Monday, August 27, 2007

21. Honda's CB400 Version Logen

Submitted by: Logen

When you spray a new paint job for you bike, you're customising it. When you spray both the bike and the helmet, you are personalising it. Let me take a deep breath and list down all the parts that has been installed. *Inhale* Alien Headlight,KTM Shrouds at the side,Honda Racing rewrapped seat, Renthal Handlebars, matching Arai Ram II Helmet. *Exhale*
I like the KTM Shrouds idea, usually bikers get parts that are compatible with their bikes and just bolt them on, not much brains/work involved, but to bolt a KTM shroud to the side of a CB400, now that is unusual. I like the HONDA tail light even more, every time you brake it goes, HONDA, HONDA. Hell if I have this tail-light, I'll keep braking just for the kick of it. Enjoy this unusual and unique Super Four!

Saturday, June 16, 2007

sgBikeSearch - Singapore's Dedicated Motorcycles and Accessories Classified.

I've been pretty inactive several months for a good reason. I am coding a dedicated classified for Singapore's Riders. Although it is still under development, I believe in giving you guys a glimpse of it through open testing. So feel free to click by

Monday, January 29, 2007

20. "A" Star Supermotard

It never cease to amaze me what people can do with a TW. Throughout the years I've seen the birth of the farm machine, getting popular, then problematic and now it's the bike to get if you're into customizing supermotards. This amazing TW has it's whole triple clamp replaced to fit a front wheel the size of it's rear! YES! Get a load of the size of the front wheel. To top it up, the rims looked imported or even custom, all I am sure of is it's super jaw dropping. A simple design that is not over the top. Very nicely done, by far the most unique TW I've yet to see. Hell, we should start a whole series/competition on TWs, that'll defintely be some eye candy.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

19. The Carver by the Dutch

It's hard to justify whether this is a bike or a car. But hell it sure is one toy every guy will wanna get. Bikers will love the tilt without the rain, drivers will... well love the tilt. I was just in awe when I watched the video. I hope some dealers will import these babies into Singapore.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Motoz Forum Takes Flight.

I've just created a forum to aid discussion and encourage a community for those who are enthusiastic about customizing your ride. The forum is still in its infant state and any feedbacks or suggestions are greatly appreciated. Again I'd like to thank you for your support and contribution.

Rav Tan

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

18. First Look Suzuki GSR 400

Looking more like a concept bike in a bike show than an actual production model, Suzuki gives Honda a run for their money in the class 2A category. I've been waiting to see one of these in the road and actually saw 2. One on the expressway and one taking a break in the carpark. How can I let this one go? This street fighter is styled like no others in its class. The first 400cc to come with a twin undertray exhaust, the first 400cc to have a digital speedo, the first 400cc that is actually worth our money. When I first lay eyes on it, it's huge tank can only suggest one thing, a huge airbox underneath. And with a huge airbox comes great power. Yeah Honda's Vtec is great, but the super 4 lacks the look, and the lungs. This baby looks so sporty, all Suzuki got to do is to add some fairing, a pair of inverted forks and retune the 400 engine with sports gears and camshaft and BOOM we got a new GSX400rrR. The only problem I have with the GSR 400 is it's gentle purr, it's bark is too soft and gentle, I can hardly hear the bike moving off. But there's nothing an aftermarket exhaust won't do. Enjoy, the new GSR 400!

Thursday, October 05, 2006

17. "Nija Kawasaki Jack-X-Ah-Le PoHanLe YEAH!"

Hmmm my jaws dropped when I saw the box.... Then I fell off my chair when I saw the gloves and helmet. After that I had problem sleeping. How can this not be jaw dropping "stunning". Remember Jack-X-Ah-Le Pohanle, Fastest 400cc bike in Singapore, YEAH!.

Saturday, September 30, 2006

16. Retro Stripes TA200

Contributed by kiamh.

Ok let me try say this in one breathe. "Custom Metallic Copper with Retro Stripes & GIBSON Accents on the Full Fenders, Beach Handlebar with Kuryakyn Stealth Black ISO grips , Chrome Billet Headlight, Tombstone Brakelight and Custom Rear Signal Lights and of course Saddlebags to complete my rebel retro outlook. O and don't forget the crash bar!" Now this is one nice TA200, small bike with huge attitude. Respect to kiamh, great job done.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

15. Sunflower anyone?

From, This bike is now offically Singapore's Most Visually Stunning bike. It got the whole country looking for him. Now this sets the benchmark for Motoz Singapore. Hell it even comes with a matching jacket. This guy knows his stuff. But why sunflowers? Well we'll know when we find him.

Monday, September 04, 2006

14. 1960's Spanish Bultacos

Contributed by Owen Ditmas, Oakland, California

Some history lesson for all you off-road junkies out there. They don't make scramblers like they sured to I say. Enjoy.

Thursday, August 17, 2006

13. Lost Childhood

Hand painted happy-blue-sky-in-the-park theme. I like the evolution of man joke painted by the owner and the grass green carpet. Who don't like grass on their feet? Well you don't see this kind of bikes often. Enjoy :)

Saturday, July 29, 2006

12. Big TA200

How do you put an elephant into a box in 3 steps? Well, you open the box, put the elephant in and close the box. But first, you need a box as huge as this one.

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

11. Mod Vespa

Contributed by Bryan
This vespa reminds me of an ambulance, in a good way. Owners of Vespa tend to restore the machine and give it an old school look, but this one has been mod-ed with a slight classic aftertaste. Like dark chocolate, you got to taste this baby slowly and soon you'll realize it's details. The paint seems to be new, restored floormats, an ambulance red sprayed box with cushion and not to forget pretty pretty shiny chromes! Classics are never complete without chrome! The owner even sprayed the gear cover with two colours. Amazing details, great effort. This is one interesting Vespa.

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

10. Glowing In The Dark

Even without ample lighting, this baby still turns out well in the picture. What more do I need to say?

Monday, June 26, 2006

9. Diamond Plate Runner

This is by far the most serious looking runner I've seen. Diamond plated foot-rest, air grids, unknown suspension and woah! G.P.R mufflers. This guy really mean business. I really like the diamond plate idea, don't see much bikes with these on.

Sunday, June 04, 2006

8. Vespa Classic

I'm never a big fan of scooters, riding them that is. But I do appreciate scooters that are restored and done up really nicely. Take this grey beauty for example, the owner took a simple approach and kept the bike clean and simple, with touches of beautiful details, like a chrome speedometer and a chrome brake cover with Vespa inscribed on it. Overall the bike is really pleasing to look at and definitely very well maintained.

Friday, June 02, 2006

7. The Spid-mobile!

Submitted by Melvin
WOAH! That's the reaction I got when I received the email. I've seen plenty of R1s around and this got to be the loudest of them all. Not only is the paint job loud, the muffler's a micron! I wonder if there's any more goodies under the hood. The owner must be one heck of a spidy fan, getting the bike done to a spiderman theme is one thing, getting the helmet sprayed to a vintage spiderman theme is another. Thumbs up to the owner. Now, if only the bike can jump and spin some web....

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

6. Rock Oil RXZ

Everyone knows the RXZ is a really practical bike with good reliability, fuel consumption and speed. This particular RXZ is really pleasing to the eyes with it's Rock Eye theme. The exhaust and number plate is missing from this bike, most likely the owner is getting his exhaust done or mod. Lots of effort is put into this RXZ, my respect goes to the owner.

Saturday, May 06, 2006

5. Stunning RS250

Submitted by Nami3amuro of Singapore Bikes
This RS250 is nice for one reason, the airbrusher knows his lines and curves. Even though it's not moving, the paintjob seems to make the bike move, fast! One look at the bike and one will go, woah! It's nice. I espesically like the airbrush, nice colour combination. The bike is now for sales at Heng Motor Enterprise, for any info please call Xiao Chun at 91009600

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

4. Black 13 VXR

Submitted by BlackVXR of Singapore Bikes
A good designer is not one that knows what to add, but one that knows when to stop. And the owner of this beautiful Gilera Runner VXR 200 is one such designer. A dash of hot pink at prominent areas and an ironic number 13 makes this bike a massive head tuner. There are no overkill of any colours or decals and the bike still looks great even with a box. I cannot remember the last time I came across a good looking bike with an aftermarket box. Her clean and uncluttered arrangement of decals, 13s and hot pink, with beautiful Front Runner Head Lamps for her eyes and Spider Tail Lights for rear completes her extraordinary finish. Perfection I say. 2 thumbs up for the owner. By far the best looking runner I've ever seen.

PS : This bike is for sale. Click here or contact 98585712.

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

3. Inverted EN125 - I like it mean, big and upside-down.

Well I'm still hoping to spot a hayabusa with honda cub wheels but this would have to settle for now. When my eyes first caught glimpse of this machine, I immediately went huh? Well I've seen a lot of big heavy suspensions on small little bikes but this one beats them all. Not only is it really huge! It's in striking yellow that screams, "LOOK AT ME!" Well, inverted forks are a standard for high performance motorcycles and this bike don't want to be left out. Lets get serious and install a yellow, Mean, BIG and FIERCE looking reservoir suspension, upside-down. That way everyone knows I mean business. Honestly, I don't think the manufacturer will recommend this kind of configuration but hey! Who's to stop a man from tweaking his ride. If he's happy, we're happy.
PS: On a more serious note, the suspensions were inverted to fit because the reservoir was hitting the chassis if installed upwards. I believe the owner wasn't trying to be funny, he just had no choice.

Sunday, April 30, 2006

2. RS250 Venom

Submitted by wacko from Singapore Bikes Forum.
This RS250 has a very realistic custom paintjob, Venom from Marvel Superheros. Well if this bike was to pull up beside me at a traffic light, I would go "Woah, there must be something big under the hood, I meant fairing." But of course every rider would know better than to screw around with a 2 stroke 250cc sports bike. One look at this bike and you will go wow it sure is messy, beautifully messy! That's what makes it so visually stunning. Another closer look and you'll think that an aftermarket swing-arm was installed but according to wacko, it's stock, he took great pain to polish it to that shine. Definitely a head turner and a bike that you will take a second, no, a third look at.

Saturday, April 29, 2006

1. Baby Blue SP

Well not exactly jaw dropping stunning, but it sure makes head turn. I was driving through a friend's carpark when I saw this baby blue Honda SP, complete with baby pink flowers. Like I said, it sure makes head turn. I took another look and realized its uniqueness. A very feminine looking bike with a paintjob that requires an acquired taste. Now finally someone dares to be different.

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

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Birth of Motoz Singapore

Hello and Welcome to Motoz Singapore. I've set up this blog for displaying visually stunning motorcycles from Singapore. What classifies as visually stunning you might ask? Well it's pretty abstract but my opinion of visually stunning goes like this, a hayabusa on honda wave wheels, now imagine how crazy that will look. Of course I don't expect anyone to be as crazy as that. If the bike has a cool paintjob. Some really cool custom fairing or even rare/vintage, I would classify that as visually stunning. Join us now and send those pictures in, remember it could be your friend's bike, your bike or some bike you saw in the streets. Welcome to Motoz Singapore.