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Hageman: If I had to pick a new bike, hmm … I’m

infatuated with the SR400, a typical retro/modern

build. I like the lightweight small cc idea. I think it’s

got a ton of potential.

Yamaha Star Bolt by

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Rogers: It would be

great to get our

hands on a new

Speed Triple and

adapt our kit that’s

in development for

the previous

generation.

Performance

custom engineering

sits very well

alongside the

increasing numbers

of Triumph classic

models, Kawasaki

W800s, Moto Guzzi

V7s, etc.

Wrenchmonkees

(Bech): I would love

to build an

uncompromising

version of our

Monkee #28 to use

for travelling and as

my everyday

commuter! A 1200

Harley Sportster,

with an upgraded home-built alloy tank, Öhlins

suspension, Brembo brakes and plenty of usable

travel features!

Wrenchmonkees (Nielsen): As I really love the Ducati

engines, I would go for the new 2015 Scrambler. I

don’t know what it looks like yet, but I’m sure it’s

possible to make a leaner and cleaner version! Low

and long, spoke wheels (17? rear, 18?front),

aluminum fenders, and intake and exhaust

upgrades—a bike for commuting, but also the perfect

bike for the small winding country roads outside

Copenhagen!

Stulberg: I naturally trend towards underdogs—I

choose heavy and bloated for transformations as the

end result is then more severe and satisfying. Right

now we’ve got our sights set on a complete custom

build of the

new Moto

Guzzi 1400

California. The

technology

Guzzi has

used to make

such a big

bike feel

nimble and

responsive is

fantastic and

I’d like the

chance to

change the

entire shape

and design

philosophy

while

simultaneously slicing a hundred pounds off of it to

see just how drastically different we can make it.

Ewan McGregor has one and he’s the man we hope to

build a complete custom for soon—I hope he’s

listening.

Another choice would be the Ducati Desmosedici GP

bike. Sinking my design chops into the simple image

of a GP bike with vintage flair and bare aluminum

bodywork has my imagination reeling.

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