Every hobbyist group needs an outlet. For Chicago motorcyclists, that’s Motoblot. It’s our chance to fly the moto freak flag. Old and new Triumphs, vintage Japanese bikes, some neglected Austrian cousins, and of course a sampling of American iron in the form of Indian and Harley are the most popular makes. The street fest style […]
Meet the latest from Analog Motorcycle’s custom vision. The Dirty Twin. The Dirty Twin started life as a brand new 2017 Triumph Street Twin. We are very familiar with the platform – one of our shop bikes is a 2016 model we have been tinkering with over the last year. That includes developing a […]
Going to Milwaukee is like visiting family. Since we are based just south of the Wisconsin border, the state’s biggest city is home to many Analog fans. The show gives us a chance to get out of the shop after a long winter of building and test out new products, displays, and builds that […]
1982 BMW R100RT – M1/7 Black from Analog Motorcycles For a full gallery and list of components and modifications of this build, we encourage you to swing by our build page for the bike. Originally contacted by a client for a build based on the XS650 platform (after seeing the Analog Agnessa build), the client […]
Motoblot 2016 Another year and another rousing success at Motoblot 2016, the annual custom motorcycle and hot rod show located in the heart of the West Town neighborhood in our hometown, Chicago. Despite the looming threat of rain and temperatures rising well into the 90’s (with a fair share of humidity), people turned out in droves […]
Click the banner above to RSVP for our Open-House, Whiskey/Grade Pop-up shop, Motorcycle Show, and hangout. June 3rd from 5p-10p. Our last open house gathered a ton of people and that was in the middle of winter during a thunderstorm. Make sure you RSVP to reserve your spot.
As is customary with our new builds, we have to get out and test them before the customer picks up the bike. This abandoned warehouse lot behind our shop seemed to fit the job nicely.
If there is a more Instagram-worthy ride happening in custom motorcycle scene out there today I am not aware of it.