Speedway Godden

With Zbyszek, we met (not) by accident during a tennis tournament, and after a moment of conversation, we were hushed when we started getting excited. He told me about the speedway team he sponsors and about his wife, who tattooed her forearm with a speedway motif. When it turned out that Betty Rose would soon have a birthday, we shook hands with enthusiasm for a joint unprecedented project.

Shortly afterward, we hunted down the iconic base – a classic speedway bike produced by Godden Engineering – a company founded by the European speedway champion in the 1970s. The standing engine (unlike the currently used lying ones) and old-school body, including fenders, covers, etc., deserve attention.

The motorcycle underwent a complete restoration, and we wouldn’t be ourselves if we didn’t add uniqueness to it.

The scope of work includes:

– glass bead blasting of the engine and mirror-polishing of the aluminum covers and mounts,

– powder coating of the frame (which also serves as the oil tank) and swingarm, and front suspension,

– glass bead blasting of the carburetor,

– creation of a UNIQUE air filter,

– comprehensive restoration of the wheels – new spokes and nipples, we polished the rims and hubs,

– new throttle and clutch cables,

– the tank was glass bead blasted and bears traces of use, reminding of the motorcycle’s history,

– we machined a new cork with a milled 1/1 logo

– new stainless steel exhaust system,

– all screws, nuts, and axles were glass bead blasted and re-zinc-plated,

– new UNIQUE painting of fenders and covers,

– leather seat upholstery, embroidery, and hand-woven grips.

Congratulations to the husband who gives such gifts!


3Lancer 300

And here is the remedy for boredom, city traffic jams, expensive fuel, and the lack of a motorcycle license.

300cc, 24HP, ABS, traction control (which can be turned off) will take you quickly, safely, and with a smile on your face.

The sporty exhaust and air filter add character and power.

Leather upholstery with stitching of your choice,

mirrors of polished steel, and other personalized details

make this machine as unique as its owner.


Harley-Davidson P.G.

It was a true pleasure and challenge to work on this project. Take a look at the original donor bike – HD Sportster XL883 Low 2006, and you’ll notice how profoundly different this one by UNIKAT Motorworks is.

We implemented numerous structural modifications, particularly related to the use of high shock absorbers, which completely transformed the motorcycle’s geometry, including the position of the swing arm and the drive.

Additionally, we achieved:

– Spoked, custom-made wheels (rear 18 inches, front 19 inches)

– Dunlop flat track tires

– Shortened front fender

– Wider and lower handlebars

– Leather, hand-crafted grips

– Mo.blaze disc front turn signals from Motogadget

– Classic, old-school Highsider mirrors

– LED lamp insert

– Relocation of the speedometer mount and controls

– Arlen Ness accessory air filter

– New handcrafted (in-house) motorcycle frame end loop

– New seat made from scratch and upholstered (covered with Alcantara)

– Ohlins rear suspension 39 cm long

– Rear, minimalistic fender

– Bates Style LED rear lighting

– Kellermann Atto rear turn signals

– Side license plate mount

– New, unique blue paint with subtle copper details.

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Yamaha TmaXXX 560

Angelos fell in love with our vision of the iconic Tmax.

However, he wanted his machine to have ABS, traction control, and a larger capacity. So, we bought the latest model straight from the showroom and embarked on a 6-month building process.

The results are truly one-of-a-kind, and the customer’s satisfaction is beyond description!

Handcrafted 560ccm of pure fun and style!

Triumph Bonneville ECLIPSE

The ECLIPSE of the sun is a magical moment,

as rare as this incredible machine.

Paweł loves black but wanted a touch of exclusive gold details.

We pleasantly surprised him by saying we could install a quality chain in that color 🙂

To achieve the look and improve handling, we laced the front wheel rim to 17 inches.
As a result, we could fit excellent Hindenau Supermoto Rain tires,
which perform well on any surface.

Additionally, we rebuilt the rear frame, seat, and fenders.
On the lowered handlebars, we installed 3-in-1 LED lighting, mirrors, and turn signals.

Custom exhaust and exhaust system provide more power and a bassy sound.

Installing aluminum buttons, a mini Motogadget speedometer, and other elements took us a few days, but it was worth it!

The CNC-milled fuel cap, brake fluid tank, and brake and clutch levers are just other “cherries on this turbo cake.”

In summary, the motorcycle is a factory of adrenaline that catches the eye of every automotive enthusiast (and not only).

As unique as its owner!

Triumph Thruxton RS TAG

TAG, in the world of street art, is essentially the artist’s signature – it must be unique and dynamic!

This machine is challenging to categorize, and we are certain there is no motorcycle even remotely similar to it. The exclusive and sporty base of the Thruxton RS, combined with the green accents resembling graffiti with streaks, creates an unprecedented blend. Add to that the green spoke nipples and spoiler, and the mixture becomes explosive.

We were thrilled to receive the news that we would be working on a motorcycle for the ‘head of the Polish Triumph family.’ Mikołaj is one of the most experienced motorcyclists and businessmen in the industry, so he knew exactly what he wanted. Every detail and component had to be of the highest quality! The riding position was to be not too laid back, with lowered suspension and a distinctive yet not overly loud exhaust. Regarding aesthetics, Mikołaj had two guidelines – a vibrant green and the ‘Triumph’ logo resembling graffiti in the New York subway.

In this project, we could also apply the extraordinary Kineo wheels, whose unique design is tubeless and super lightweight. Additionally, they are visually striking due to the nipples and hubs in the chosen color – of course, a furious green. We also switched to rain-ready Hydenau Supermoto tires, which perform exceptionally well in all conditions. The minimized rotating mass enhances the bike’s handling, making it maneuver like a ballerina on steroids.

It’s easy to say, ‘we’ll repaint the injectors, manifolds, suspension, swingarm, and all other silver elements.’ However, modern motorcycles are so densely packed with electronics, ABS systems, and the like that accessing certain components feels like solving a Rubik’s Cube. For instance, to remove the entire exhaust on RS models, the lower swingarm must be disassembled. Sandblasting components, protecting them from painting overspray, and ensuring a perfect finish took additional days and hours. Corporations don’t paint these elements black because every imperfection is visible on this color. More than once, we had to send components back for re-sanding and painting. Details make the difference!

Our mufflers may look like cut double tubes – nothing could be further from the truth. To achieve this effect, we had to change the geometry of the manifolds, ensuring the exhaust gases don’t scorch the swingarm, and describing the sculpture over the double-walled structure of the tips is difficult to put into words.

The aftermarket LED front reflector no longer accommodates cubes and other electrical components, so we had to modify the wiring to hide them under the tank. The lamp is mounted on our own-designed bracket and specially turned ‘glasses’ for this project, so no rings are visible on the forks. Sport clip-ons required milling the upper shelf for an elegant fit. Disassembling the front shocks for black anodizing also took several productive hours. LED turn signals and mirrors of polished steel at the ends of the handlebars are additional treats on the controls. Our trademark became the hand-braided leather grips, of course with green stitching!

The rear of the motorcycle presented the most challenges. The client liked our idea with the spoiler, but from visualization to realization is a long and bumpy road. It turned out that in this model, the designers placed the computer controlling the machine right at the end of the frame – just under the passenger seat. Balancing aesthetics, functionality, and safety took us some time, but the final result is uncompromising. Rebuilding the tail and reducing the passenger footrest frame forced us to disassemble the entire frame, ultimately leading to sandblasting and powder coating. We wondered if it should also be green?

Mikołaj’s green beast is equipped specifically for the rider’s weight, thanks to the Bitubo tuning suspension.

We also took care to replace the plastic brake fluid reservoir with an aesthetically pleasing aluminum one from Rizoma.

A fantastic touch (from our domestic production) is the high-quality levers from Womettech, which we could also customize.

We are particularly proud of the designer license plate holder (with a mini backlight) of our own design – soon available in our online store.

Kawasaki W650 Jo_One

Kawasaki W650 Jo_One

BMW R100 Retromod

This classically styled R100 has been rebuilt to ensure that nothing disrupts its ‘retro look.’ However, a discerning eye will notice that we dedicated a lot of time to it.

Starting from the subframe and seat, through the fenders, mirrors, turn signals, grips, and ending with the digital speedometer – everything is consistent with the style of this youngtimer.

Looks aren’t everything, so we also replaced the ‘vintage’ braking system with an efficient set from the new GS.

We love timeless style and modern technological solutions.

Ride on!

KTM Enduro 690 R

60 hours of design, 3 trial versions, and approximately 480 hours dedicated to the motorcycle’s reconstruction.

Such an effort was necessary to create this unique and unprecedented motorcycle for Dariusz.

It all started with the desire to transform a typical enduro motorcycle into an urban curve devourer.

Below is the list of modifications made:

– A fuel tank built from scratch, which serves as the motorcycle’s subframe,

– Handmade side covers, headlight fairing, modified skid plate, and front fender,

– Hand brushing of all aluminum elements,

– License plate bracket,

– New seat construction, upholstered in natural leather,

– Hand-woven leather grips,

– Polished and chrome-plated elements: swingarm, engine covers, handlebars, brake and clutch levers, rider footpegs,

– Spoked front wheel on a Takasago rim with a diameter of 18”,

– Ixil muffler,

– K&N air filter,

– 3-in-1 rear lighting from motogadget,

– Front turn signals from motogadget,

– Paint finish imitating brushed lacquer and chrome

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Yamaha TmaxxX

Maciek, after thirty years of riding motorcycles, switched to a maxi scooter. It is much easier to get around Warsaw, where he lives, by scooter. The owner wanted his T-max to look unprecedented!

In the scooter we have made, among others:

– a motorcycle completely stripped of all plastic fairings and their mounts, a new construction of the subframe with steel mesh panels under which there is a new fuel tank, rear LED lighting, as well as a battery

– electronic speedometer from motogadget

– proximity station

– front LED lighting and additional daytime running lights

– fairing from the BMW C400 motorcycle

– completely modified electric harness

– Malossi sports air filter

– UNIQUE exhaust system

– leather seat and hand braided shifters

– minimalist front and rear fender

– side mounting of the license plate

– graphite satin semi-matt varnish and brown leather details create a perfect warm contrast

– the gold fuel filler cap (also made in our workshop) is the icing on the cake- the logo was designed by the artist MAUKO, who specializes in Japanese calligraphy. The TmaxxX logotype reflects dynamism, craftsmanship and Japanese perfection.

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