The Custom Bike Scene in Indonesia has fascinated the world with its bike creations. They are way far ahead of us when it comes to custom bike culture. I remember when I was in Bali back in 2011, I saw a tracker build for the first time with a surfboard mounted on the side of the bike. it was an eureka moment for me thinking why don’t we have the same culture in our country. From that time, the rest is history as the culture spreads like wild fire through out Asia. Here in the Philippines, we draw inspirations to some of the best Indonesian bike builders like Katros garage, Thrive MC and Bingky’s Biker Station. The style and craftsmanship of their build and how they create a normal stock motorcycle in one exciting art form gave us that perspective of you really can create something from a stock bike and make it a head turner along the way.
One of the stand out custom bikes display during the show, with a make shift wasteland setting for his creations is Bingky Biker’s Stations. known to be as one of the most recognized bike builders in Indonesia, Ignatius Hendra, Binky Biker’s Station main man has been creating masterpiece choppers, bobbers and tricycles with his original concept and design when it comes to craftsmanship and presentation. Binky Biker’s Station is an icon to the Indonesian custom bike scene with countless features in Indonesia one of the them is the prestigious and most celebrated magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine.
Here are some of the best custom bike builds by Bingky Biker’s Station presented at the recent Indonesia International Moto Show 2017.
Bingky Biker’s Station
We’re so honored to meet an Indonesian Custom Bike Builder legend. Thanks for the opportunity. The Indonesia International Moto Show 2017 is a 10 day culmination of the best car and motorcycle makers in the industry featuring the newest cars and motorcycles that we expect to hit the market this year.
Special thanks to Carmudi Philippines for giving us the opportunity to experience this event.
Words and photos by Michael Eijansantos