Projects

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Jawa

Each Customizer wants to build their motorcycle on the most individual engine, on the rarest engine, so that their motorcycle is not just beautiful, but also exclusive.

For a long time we were thinking about what engine to choose for building a motorcycle to participate in the “freestyle” category of the Russian customizing championship.

Our choice fell on a rather beautiful and visually suitable for our design engine from a Speedway motorcycle Jawa' 1985.

In Speedway motorcycles single-cylinder engines are working on methanol or, in other words, alcohol.

Our idea was to build a motorcycle similar to the boardtrackers of the 30s of the 20th century.

We decided to build the whole motorcycle out of stainless steel with wood elements and copper tubes.

We changed the engine itself, changed the compression ratio so that the engine could run on gasoline and start easily.

To the engine, we added a shift box from the Triumph' 1964 motorcycle. The transmission has four speeds and a kickstarter. Normally Speedway engine starts from a push, while in our project, this engine starts with a kick-starter.

The power system was the Dellorto carburetor, specially designed to run on gasoline.

The motorcycle’s front suspension system is called duolever. There is no rear suspension. This frame is called dry or hardtail.

All wooden elements of the motorcycle are made of oak and are handmade. Front wheel 23', rear 18', tires “Barum”.

The exhaust system is made and located as original as possible under the engine, so it can be seen from all sides.

The rear wing, all fuel and oil system tubes are made of copper.

The engine has a dry crankcase and an oil tank for oil intake.

This motorcycle became the Champion of Russia in 2017 and took second place in the category “cafe racer” at the AMD World Championship in Cologne in 2018.

This bike is a real beauty.

Each Customizer wants to build their motorcycle on the most individual engine, on the rarest engine, so that their motorcycle is not just beautiful, but also exclusive.

For a long time we were thinking about what engine to choose for building a motorcycle to participate in the “freestyle” category of the Russian customizing championship.

Our choice fell on a rather beautiful and visually suitable for our design engine from a Speedway motorcycle Jawa' 1985.

In Speedway motorcycles single-cylinder engines are working on methanol or, in other words, alcohol.

Our idea was to build a motorcycle similar to the boardtrackers of the 30s of the 20th century.

We decided to build the whole motorcycle out of stainless steel with wood elements and copper tubes.

We changed the engine itself, changed the compression ratio so that the engine could run on gasoline and start easily.

To the engine, we added a shift box from the Triumph' 1964 motorcycle. The transmission has four speeds and a kickstarter. Normally Speedway engine starts from a push, while in our project, this engine starts with a kick-starter.

The power system was the Dellorto carburetor, specially designed to run on gasoline.

The motorcycle’s front suspension system is called duolever. There is no rear suspension. This frame is called dry or hardtail.

All wooden elements of the motorcycle are made of oak and are handmade. Front wheel 23', rear 18', tires “Barum”.

The exhaust system is made and located as original as possible under the engine, so it can be seen from all sides.

The rear wing, all fuel and oil system tubes are made of copper.

The engine has a dry crankcase and an oil tank for oil intake.

This motorcycle became the Champion of Russia in 2017 and took second place in the category “cafe racer” at the AMD World Championship in Cologne in 2018.

This bike is a real beauty.

Contacts

ZILLERS Limited
2 Maryinoy Roshi Street, 2A
Moscow, 129594, Russia
State Registration Number 7700120824
Tax Registration Number 9717099991/771701001