Custom Motorcycles by Hookie Co.

Jul 20, 2017

Who hasn't dreamt about screaming around corners on an old country road riding their own custom built motorcycle? Well even if you haven't, spend any time around these guys and you will. The Hookie Co. Garage is a stop you must make next time you visit Germany. In Dresden, this true "creative garage" space is infused with the nostalgic smells of your grandfather’s garage. Oil, gas, rubber and the burning metal from being cut and shaped into pure road art fill the space. The best part is you can be involved in more ways than one. 

First of all, you bring the cash, some ideas of your dream bike and they'll get to work. Coming out of this garage are some of the cleanest custom motorcycles in the world. All they ask for is your patience and your trust. Like any creative process, time and space has proven over and over to yield the best results. Hookie Co. isn’t into the idea of just churning out bikes as fast as possible to build their portfolio or to make huge money. They believe in the creative process and with what they rely on “reflected and meaningful design” that produces results will be art that's ready for adventure. The attention to detail is evident in every bike produced.

Secondly, they aren't greedy with their knowledge. In fact, they provide workshops that will shed light on issues that come up when building a custom motorcycle. Anything from furthering your knowledge of engine technology or how to manufacture your own components. If your willing to take on a build of your own they can help you get to the finish line.


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