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Brat style

Transform your motorcycle with the iconic brat style. Explore top ideas to give your bike a unique and vintage look that will turn heads on the road.
Yamaha Xs 650. Low, firestone-clad brat bike, with a glossy brass patina tank Cafe Racer Honda, Cafe Bike, Cafe Racer Bikes, Cafe Racers, Bicycle Shop, Brat Bike, Brat Motorcycle, Steampunk Motorcycle, Tracker Motorcycle

Like all aesthetic pursuits, customizing motorcycles is mostly an exercise in personal taste. So when we told Philippe Lagente that his Yamaha XS650 might get less than favorable comments, his response was: “I don't mind—and I love to ride it.” Based in Toulouse, France, Philippe builds bikes as Soyouz Cycles—an after-hours hobby which he describes as “just a bunch of friends sharing a garage.” And while his build might tick all the wrong boxes for some folks, we dig it for reasons that we…

Walter Leukam
The brief was to make this CB750 blacker than a railway tunnel at midnight. Clockwork Motorcycles carried out the hit, and succeeded in style. Cb 750 Cafe Racer, Cafe Racer Honda, Cafe Racer Girl, Cafe Racer Build, Cafe Racers, Bike Exif, Scrambler Motorcycle, Riding Motorcycle, Motorcycle Outfit

Murdered-out customs used to be all the rage. But lately, builders have been favoring more diverse color palettes. Which is a real pity: done right, black-on-black can be downright beautiful. Clockwork Motorcycles' Samuel Guertin proves it with his latest offering: a 1978 Honda CB750 with a brawny stance and subdued finishes. “It needs to be all-black” was his client's primary request—and the helicopter-mechanic-turned-bike-builder was more than happy to comply. But first, he had to get the…

Marcelo Lara Godoy