MUTT CUSTOM OPERATIONS
All Mutt’s are hand finished at our workshop in Birmingham, England in by renowned custom builder Benny Thomas and his team.
Continuing our heritage of many years building fine custom bikes, Mutt Special Operations offers the option to bespoke your Mutt to become a truly one off machine.From simple cosmetic changes to the Mutt of your choice through to complete personalisation nothing gives us more of a buzz than creating something special.
TOM’S 125 SABBATH SPECIAL
Starting with one of our favourites the Blackest Sabbath, Tom wanted an even beefier and blacked out look, tough and slick much like himself.
We fitted, extra wide rims to take super fat chunky off-road tyres and slightly longer shocks to lift the bike slightly, those over size tyres and hand finished fenders filling the space nicely.
The frame and rear fender was shortened for a more aggressive back end. Renthal bars give confident and narrow riding position for carving up the London traffic. LED indicators and retro tail lamp complete the slick finish. This bike has attracted so much attention the customer has already ordered a bespoke 250 Mutt in the same vein and this 125 will become one of our main production bikes.
ALEX’S CALIFORNIA CRUSH
Alex really loved the vibe of our S-54 but fancied something more rugged with an even bolder 70’s super car/tracker vibe. With paint super gloss scheme based on a pimped up vintage Californian Porsche this one is a head turner.
We added wider rims, super fat Twin Duro tyres and wide Renthal crosser bars to give this bike a really substantial stance. The handmade seat is slimmed and shaped to bring the riders feet closer to the ground. Motogadget retro dials replace the standard clocks to give the front a streamlined finish.
Benny and the team also produce a number of larger cc one offs throughout the year using a variety of base bikes from classic Japanese bikes to Triumphs to vintage Harleys. These bikes can be great inspiration for your custom builds but don’t hang around long so keep an eye on our blog to stay updated.
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