Wrenchmonkees is a Copenhagen, Denmark based shop that builds bikes for clients who are looking for something out of the ordinary. They don’t necessarily build the fastest or most aerodynamic bikes but their bikes will provide your with individual styling and a dynamic driving experience. Their latest, the Triumph Thruxton 900 by Wrenchmonkess ($26,900) is a perfect example of this mantra. The bike features customizations like lowered forks, Hagon Nitro rear shocks, Triumph Bonneville clutch, gas cables, and Pazzo Racing levers. If you’re interested in this bike give the guys a call.
Analog Motorcycles is just five years old, but they’re already making a name for themselves in the bike customization arena. Started by Tony Prust out of Gurnee, IL, they’ve created some iconic bikes like our previous reviewed 1973 Yamaha RD350 S2RD. They’ve now released the beautifully streamlined Blue Baron By Analog Motorcycles ($TBA). The bike […]