Ha, my moment of fame! It’s a great honor for me to be a guest blogger for MPOTD. So who am I? Well, I am still trying to find that out, but I’ll share some facts; the name is Ton Stam, 38 years old, and I live in the beautiful Netherlands. I have built a couple of custom bikes, ranging from streetfighters to scramblers. Nowadays I have a weakness for customized oldies, but I still LOVE modern bikes that have been changed into something more personal.
Now for some hardware, this is my home-built Wrenchmonkees-inspired (can you tell 🙂 ) Z750 Twin, which I sold this summer to make room for some new projects. Was (and still is hopefully) a blast to ride! The action pics were taken by Michiel de Molenaar of shedbuiltbikes.com, thanks again Michiel!
Looking forward to share loads of nice rides, so keep ‘m coming!!
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Really glad I found this one! That’s a tough looking build!
I’ve been reading your site for quite some time now and I really enjoy it!….keep up the good work!
here are some pic’s of my 2001 Triumph bonny that I have owned since new I just recently completed the scrambler up grade you see in the pic’s the cromoly frame,pipes,camshafts,and fiberglass,ect. were all made from scratch in my garage……feel free to post them on your site if you like.
Thanks for your consideration
Frank Lee Strange
I’m on the record I think as NOT being a big fan of “Brat” styled bikes. I won’t get in to ALL the reasons (OK just a few – Flavor of the week styling exercise, Corker tires and no seat to speak of? seriously? gotta suck to ride) But I’m giving this one a pass because I think it’s more scrambler than brat and I bet it’d actually be a fairly fun smooth gravel rode ride. The parallel twin
Kawi 750’s 400 don’t exactly have a stellar reputation but I do like the look.
Talk about getting the most out of a transformation! Gregory Moore sends in more proof that you don’t need tens of thousands of dollars to build a cool custom bike.
Here is a 1982 Honda CM250c (the predecessor to the Rebel). I bought this for my lady to rip around but we live in the woods of southern NH where there’s lots of dirt roads & torn up tarmac so I wanted it to be a little scrambler not a saggy cruiser(not meant to be of offense to rebel owners). This is what I came up with, hope you like it!
(And be sure to check out his build thread:) http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=31070.0