Month: September 2013

KAWASAKI Z1100 ST: MACCO Nº4


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Hi again:

Sometimes bikes take its time to be built and sometimes they come together. Just now we finished the rebuilt of the Big Z, Macco Nº1, and here you have the new BIG Z RACER. We know you featured our Dusty Pearl recently but things are so and we want to show the Big Z Racer to the rest of the world, so it´s up to you when you want to do it. Thanks anyway for sharing.

KAWASAKI Z1100 ST: MACCO Nº4

BIG Z RACER

Fate brought home again the Macco Nº1. Sandro, the previous owner had a little scare in her, so he was told at home no more bikes. Sad for Sandro but happy to get back the Big Z at the garage again.

So we decided that the time of the Big Z had already passed and thought to make a completely new bike, on the same base, in the same spirit, but with a new look and a new style. The idea of a cafe racer was always in our plans, so this baby was born: the BIG Z RACER.

Sober colors, gray matte chosen from the Ducati´s colour chart, and black, as well as many improvements as new handlebars, new floating brake discs, new seat, K&N filters, new grips Beston style black, new lights, new exhausts, new side panels and side number plates, make this Kawasaki Z1100 ST’s MACCO No. 4.

And, by now, it´s for sale!

SPECIFICATIONS:

– Rebuilt engine (0 km)

– New clips-on handlebars

– New floating rear and front discs brakes

– Rear subframe chopped

– New seat by Maccomotors

– Single speedometer

– Rear suspension Marzocchi E81

– K&N filters

– Bates headlight

– New Turnlights signals

– Taillight Texas

– New grips black Beston style

– Pipes adapted fron a Kawasaki Zephyr 1100

– New exhausts

– Mudguards Maccomotors

– Tyres Metzeler Lasertec: Rear 130/90-16 Front 110/90-19

– New paintwork Maccomotors

– New side panels

– Steel and aluminium pieces by maccomotors

You can get more pictures from our website http://www.maccomotors.com or you can ask for more if you want.

Pictures by Isi Sellés

Thanks

Jose and Tito

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My first Streamliner. The Castrol Rocket!


Special thanks to Nick Hill for sharing these shots of the Jason DiSalvo “ridden” Castrol Rocket.  by the way Nick, I went and grabbed a few more from the ADV rider post (check it out folks) .  Hope you don’t mind.

HI I was hoping I could submit this photo for photo of the day. More info at castrolrocket.com

Thank you!

Nick Hill

MACEDAY/EMPIRE
248-894-5301
nick@maceday.com

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Some assorted Builds from TH1RTE3N MOTOS in the UK


I like your style David. That red/white Cafe XS650 is sweet!

Hi
My name is David Sharp from the UK and I own and run TH1RTE3N MOTOS
I specialize in custom tracker and cafe racer and streetfighters
I have included a couple of sample pictures and would love to have the bikes featured on your site and can supply further info and spec sheets if required
Kind regards
Dave 13

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Macco Nº3, a Triumph Bonneville SE customized by Maccomotors


It was part of a mass mailing but it’s still a nice build. Never really knew where the styling might go with the SE models. This seems like a nice direction. Very well photographed too.

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Greetings!!

Here is the Macco Nº3, a Triumph Bonneville SE customized by Maccomotors. We named DUSTY PEARL, and here is a brief overview of its history:

When Juan Manuel, the owner, bought his new Triumph Bonneville SE with standard mag wheels still didn´t hear about bikes customizations. And then he discovered it. He was impressed with the Macco Nº1 an then contacted us to completely change the look of his bike. He wanted us to build an industrial-looking bike and retro at the same time. The first was to change the original rims by spokes rims, and thereafter, all that Maccomotors would provide. So we set to work with the design and we have changed almost everything. One of the most noteworthy contributions in Dusty Pearl are the handmade side panels that left the rear brake pump outside. We love it.

The spectacular photos of Pearl Dusty have been made by the great Sergio Ibarra from semimate.com agency (please if you publish the photos Make mention of Sergio Ibarra)

Here you have the specifications of Dusty Pearl:

· Rizoma 22 mm handlebars

· Short control levers polished

· Tomaselli grips

· Single Speedometer

· Rizoma front brake reservoir

· Bates headlight 5 ¾

· Turn signals

· Tail light “Mongrel”

· Mudguards and bracket Maccomotors

· Spokes rims: 18” front y 17” rear

· Tyres: Metzeler tourance 140 rear and dunlop 110 front

· Racing footpegs

· Side panels by Maccomotrs

· Ignition recolocation

· Progressive rear shocks Bitubo WME rear

· Progressive fork front springs Wilbers

· Subframe chopped

. Seat Maccomotors

· New paint Maccomotors

· Bar end mirror

· Supertrap exhausts
· Exhaust wrap pipes

Here you have some pics so you can choose the ones you like most.

All our work is in maccomotors.com and in our FB page

Regards from Maccomotors and thanks for sharing!!

Jose and Tito