Moto Guzzi Metal Stone commission build. This bike got rolled in to the shop by the owner as an 2002 Moto Guzzi California Metal Stone edition. As the owner had (and has) an emotional connection with this bike and it was still was in good condition, he didn't want to simply let go and buy something new. But he was done with the old look, and wanted something more rugged and ready for a good roadtrip adventure. Read the full story on BikeEXIF Photography by Mark Meisner
This bike has been stripped and completely rebuild from the ground up. Picked it up at a farm where it ended up under a big pile of dust some where in a forgotten corner after being used for years as a daily driver on the rainy dutch days. Read the full story on BikeEXIF Photography by Mark Meisner
The DEUS Ex Machina sunday bike was shipped to The Netherlands early 2015 and needed a complete rebuild before she was ready to hit the streets of Amsterdam. She was first build in the House of Simple Pleasures, Bali. Commission build for DEUS Ex Machina Holland. Photography by Mark Meisner
The surf tracker, feature on Classic Life Cycles. This bike is the perfect machine to shred the beach with your surfboard on the side in search of the best spots. Or just to blast through the city of course! With its fresh white appearance it sets a sunny tone every where you go. Photography by Mark Meisner
A lowered Kawasaki Zephyr 550 is one of the most fun ways to blast through the streets of Amsterdam. With the white side plates and tracker style bars this makes for a fun little tracker style bars. The white exhausts and candy red tank make it a looker. Photography by Mark Meisner
A kawasaki zephyr 550 built for a roadtrip to the surf. This bike has was build in the summer of 2015 for a roadtrip along the coastal roads of france. Sold afterwords, and rolling around in the streets of Gent, Belgium. Photography by Mark Meisner.
This is pretty much where it really started, first feature on The Bike Shed and all. Black on black was always the scheme of choice, the chestnut brown seat is matched with the grips and fork coating for a cohesive design. The tinted headlight tips it’s head to the more vintage machines that part served as inspiration for the build. Photography by Merlijn S. Photography
Back in the early days. This is one of the first bike's we built, as they say: "Dream big but start small" The Mellow Monkey started as a concept. A groceries shopper during the week and a go-have-fun-bike on the weekends. The basket in front is exactly big enough to fit a throw away barbecue and the Heineken 12pack. With the surfrack on the side it was our weekly transportation to the wakeboard park. Photography by Merlijn S. Photography