Did you know that already? The black mamba is widely perceived as the deadliest snake on the planet. Bringing the venom character into a motorcycle was our biggest challenge so far. We knew it needs to be small, slim and cautious. But the head must be clean with a toxic look.
It’s getting cold as ice, baby!
This post is all about how to surprise your girlfriend and to earn some „best-boyfriend“ credits. Therefore we prepared a little recipe that tells you how to make a fresh poison ice all by yourself. Are you ready?
As you guys seem to be interested in custom motorcycles, you probably know that some of the most famous and maybe also most crazy bike shops are located in Japan. Especially in and around Tokyo. Our mechanic Christoph recently had the chance to visit an old school buddy who moved to Yokohama last year. Here is what he came back with:
We’re often asked where we put all the electronics and the battery to keep the overall look for our Honda CB750 Caferacer clean and simple? With every build we did over the last months and years we by the time developed and designed a simple Under Seat Tray, which provides enough space for all necessary electronic parts. In our following “How to” we show you, how it works and what you need to get your custombike done:
Ilya just got his black Hookie CB750 „Vultur“ and he was so happy about it, that we decided to share this special moment with you. During the whole process, he became more than a normal customer to us. So, we would love to introduce him now with some little questions:
For the Hookie Co. family it meant 3 days of pure nature, motorcycles and festival feeling in Italy at Wildays. Starting in Dresden, we were heading to Parma, Italy. Indeed it is a long trip, but on the way we got to see a lot. Passing the Alps, short break at Lake Garda and heading to the Emilia Romagna region with its Apennine Mountains in the south gave us some breathtaking views.
Earlier this year we got the invitation to stay at a new motorcycle festival called „Wildays“ in Parma, Italy. A festival with races, music and camping. And not only because of the festival but also because of the beautiful country we fell in love at first sight. But together with the excitement also the stress came up. Next to all the organizational work we also had our race bike that was not ready yet. So we decided to first focus on the bike and get it done as soon as possible. At that point we only had 4 weeks left to finish all and plan the crazy trip itself.
We met Markus the first time in February 2016 – he spotted Hookie Co. in a print featuring of a Motorcycle-Mag and was instantly crazy about our first Honda CB750. Markus was looking for a small and aggressive bike, which he can easily drive on the street. As he is a very sporty and experienced driver, we thought a little Honda CB250 fits him perfectly. After some calls we defined the concept and donor bike, which would be the best for a sleek and small caferacer.
Are you ready to weld and grind? For the following “How to” you need experience in welding, grinding and a good eye for perfect lines. For all modifications in our tutorial you need more than 45 min, so organise your workshop well with all necessary tools and protection. Enjoy it and always have fun!
Last year we got a call from Jean Pierre, a famous TV host and one of the biggest German influencers in car tuning. When he came across the picture of our first Honda CB750, he just said “If this image of the CB750 is a real motorcycle, than I definitely want it!” The look of this picture reminded him of a 3D model. This was the beginning of the concept of “Alcedo“. JP said he never had a motorized object which was not build by himself. So obviously we accepted this challenge and started to build him a new Honda CB750 Caferacer.