Bike Feature: Daryll Pil’s Custom Skygo Pony 100cc from Talisay Cebu



Mini-bikes are now starting to play in the big leagues of custom motorcycle building.


Looking back at our previous features of the Skygo Pony underwent a new face lift. Small displacement builds are truly fit for just enough budget but smaller ones? Go figure.


See Skygo Cafe by Strokers Moto Here


Stumbled Upon and Fell In Love


“ bike is a Skygo Pony 100cc. I got this bike brand new last November 2014 after I moved on from automatic scooters and semi automatic mopeds. When I got this bike I made a promise to myself to learn all the basic maintenance and do everything myself if possible…” Daryll Pil shares us.




“..While I was searching for videos in YouTube on how to fine tune carburetors and adjust valve clearances, I stumbled upon a video about cafe racers and right then and there I fell in love with the looks of cafe racers/scramblers/trackers…”




“..I started hunting down parts and I joined Cafe Racer Cebu to get more insights exchange ideas from like minded individuals. The headlight assembly is from a Yamaha l2GF, the rear shocks are from a TMX 155, the gas tank is replacement tank for Honda CD70 and I got this from Oldies Goodies!..”




“..Most of the things on this bike is DIY except for the seatpan, exhaust and dual shock conversion which was done by a local machine shop. The front and rear fenders is from a TMX 155 cut into two and mounted by a friend named Jerry Jones…”




“..The dual shock conversion was only done recently due to the wear and tear on the stock mono-shock and linkage. It was more cost effective for me to convert to dual than replace the mono-shock and linkage..”




“..Many people ask what look am i really going for with this bike but I don’t want to put any labels on it. You can call this a scrambler or brat or cafe and I don’t really care, I just consider this “My Bike”..”







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Words by Maki Aganon