Donnerstag, 15. August 2013

El Solitario Winning Loser Yamaha SR

El Solitario Winning Loser
Great metalwork
Brilliant solution!

Killer- Racer !!

The sound of single

The Winning Loser was El Solitario’s first ever bike to be built from scratch, and it was executed to perform in the first edition of the extint Metamorfosis Masiva garage builders contest in Spain. The only two rules to participate in this contest were, to transform a Yamaha SR250 & to spend less than €1.000 in parts.
There was no limit on the amount of hours we could spend fabricating and that is what we did. With over 500 hours the Winning Loser is a true example of what constitutes an El Solitario One-Of-a-Kind Motorcycle.
Everybody thinks that the Winning Loser was thought as an exercise, a design study, a motorcycle not meant to be ridden… but as usual, everybody is wrong. Our little Yamaha 250 gets ridden every now & then by Lazlo, who is one of the chosen few with the talent and balls to beat the tricks out of this untamed mini-gladiator. Obviously with a 3 liter gas range you cannot go far, but every time there is an opportunity to take the metal chick for a spin, she performs in all her glory. Specifications:
• Front end lowered 4″
• Metric wrenches used as struts to lower rear
• Vintage bicycle handlebars on vintage flanders risers are positioned upside down
• Vintage fog light
• Wilson leather grips
• 19′ avon speedmaster front tire
• 16′ firestone deluxe rear tire
• Custom leather “rock star” seat
• 2.5 gallon stainless fuel tanks with brass petcocks and caps
• 1983 yamaha xt250 kickstart installed in order to simplify the layout
• No battery – 68.000 microfarads capacitor for sparks
• Chopper Dave “cheat death” pegs
• Custom 50-tooth rear sprocket and new regina chain
• Vintage smith tachometer on custom aluminum bracket
• Rear light from an old bultaco hidden inside the cowl
• Rearset foot controls
• Insignias by Raulowsky and Ornamental Conife

Montag, 12. August 2013

Mittwoch, 7. August 2013

BMW R75/7 Umbau von Clutch Custom Motorcycles

R75/7 #2
Based on a 75  R75 serie 7 BMW
Custom frame lowered back end -4cm,
fork dropped  machined -8cm and rethreaded.
Custom swing arm mounts, shock mounts, mud guards,
gas cap and gas cap mount, instrument older
Stainless exhaust
Relocated starter and ignition key
Relocated odyssey battery and custom battery box
Coker diamond tires 19/400 Front, 18/450 Rear
Bates style rear and head light
Re-laced original wheels with black spoaks and
stainless nipples
One of custom seat.

Unglaubliche R75, Unglaubliche Fotos !!!!!

Montag, 5. August 2013

Sonntag, 4. August 2013