Here’s something different for a change. Classic seat with new cover. Made the cover from 2 different vinyls and a red trim.
New foam and leather for this Sportster seat. Replaced and remodelled all the foam for a better quality and made a new cover of a brown full grain leather.
New foam and cover for this Bonneville seat. Brown vinyl with a ‘golden’ stitch and a logo on the rear in that same colour.
Bolt-on subframe with seat for BMW R-series. The subframe and seat pan is made by Machete Company and I did the upholstery. Light brown full grain leather with a stylish diamond on top and high quality foam.
Seat, tank pads and grips. All made of red leather with some Porsche Singer inspired details and a Silver Machine tail light unit.
Just another manic Monday.. new seat for this CB, new foam and cover on the old seat pan. Black vinyl, black tuck n roll and white stitching on the sides. Sweet!!
Harley Softail seat with matching fender bib. Red/brown leather stitched with ‘gold’ double diamonds on both items. Happy how these came out, happy weekend folks..
Made this seat for RUIG amsterdam . He brought me the seat pan and asked me for black leather with a tuck n roll. Nice little seat for the CB550 he’s building.
What started as an experiment at the kitchen table almost 6 years ago ended up in making seats full time for 3 years already this day. Big thanks to my girl Marina, Pancake Customs and Rusty Gold Motorshop for supporting and helping me out since day 1. And everyone else for making this work. Of course this calls for a little celebration, so I’m giving away 3 goodie bags (tee/koozie/key chain/some stickers). All you have to do is SHARE/TAG/FOLLOW, share this post, tag 2 friends and all 3 follow me on IG. I’ll pick one winner and all 3 friends get a goodie bag, cause friends is what it’s all about. Winner will be announced next Monday.
Starting the week with this Husqvarna Vitpilen from Outsiders Motorcycles. In case you were wondering who made the seat for the ‘Wild Child’, the answer is Silver Machine did. Maybe you spotted it at the Bikeshed show and a full article on Pipeburn with all the details right now.