- November 17, 2011
My copy of the latest issue of Sideburn finally arrived yesterday. Stoked! If you didn’t order a copy yet, you can grab it here.
- November 7, 2011
By far the coolest bike magazine out there, Sideburn has a new issue available for pre-order now. Actually, it’s more like a mini book than a magazine with each issue a collectors item in it’s own right. We made...
- October 25, 2011
Thanks to Christof for sending me the image. InMoto engaging in a bit of Bikenstein design of their own.
- September 5, 2011
No offense to Roland Sands as I have a lot of respect for his work, but THIS is the way to do a desmotracker. Another fine Bikenstein from MP.
- August 23, 2011
Didn’t really find anything bike related worth posting today so I made another quick bikenstein. As usual it’s not completely resolved, but is loosely based on an RC8 base.
- July 21, 2011
Finally got around to making another bikenstein. More or less a modified classic Elsinore Honda mixed with some SuperDuke R, EXC, a 990 Engine and various other bits and bobs. Work in progress.
- March 21, 2011
2 new KTM Bikensteins spotted over at Simkom. No name on them though so not sure who to credit. The seats are way too small to ride the bikes properly but interesting designs anyway. Thanks Maxime for the headsup.
- February 19, 2011
Another quality Bikenstein from MP: Moa-ha ha ha haaaa! Fuck yeah, these bikensteins are fun! I put this one together last night and I think it would kick ass! Low positioned coolers that’d be filled with sand before even...
- February 16, 2011
After receiving a nice email from Marcus of marcusmotodesign in Sweden I got motivated to finally finish a KTM 690 street tracker Bikenstein which had been sitting half finished for ages on my computer.
- November 25, 2010
Wow, the M & M team have just hit the ball for 6. It’s not even worth starting to list all the ingredients, but what a bike! Would be nuts to drive, but it looks like it would be...
- November 23, 2010
Small bore tuned 350cc 4 stroke based on the KTM 125 engine and frame, 125 r wheels and 125 stunt forks with various other mods, tweaks and additions. 2 different variations.
- November 22, 2010
Maxime from Kiska just sent me the craziest Bikenstein yet which was built in collaboration with an ex colleague of his Mark. Some KTM Adventure, some superduke and some mad proportions in there.