With over hundred years of legacy behind them, motorcycles have left a century long trail of culture and lifestyle through the years and while the modern tech is moving towards supercharged and turbocharged and electric motorcycles, at the same time, classic and retro motorcycles are making a come back like never before. There are several custom bike builders around the world today building different styles like cafe-racers, bobbers, choppers, trackers, scramblers, etc. and each one of them is trying to carve a niche for this new motorcycling culture on the global map. One such custom motorcycle outfit is Fuel Bespoke Motorcycles (The same guys behind the FUEL STRADA and FUEL SCRAM/7) from Barcelona, Spain. Kickstarted by Karles Vives, it’s not only custom motorcycles that they build at Fuel, but they build a lifestyle around it too. A complete 360-degree solution for the lovers of old-school motorcycling. At their SHOP IN BARCELONA, they don’t only work on crafting gorgeous looking custom motorcycles but also develop apparel and clothing that goes out to match your style of motorcycle.
And it doesn’t end there though. Every year, Fuel Motorcycles puts out an adventure ride called the SCRAM AFRICA – that takes the participants across the gorgeous landscapes of South Morocco over a span of twelve days conquering the African deserts. Now in its sixth iteration, this year’s Scram Africa was tailored towards the purists in the sense that only neo-retro or customised scrambler motorcycles were allowed to take part in. Other off-the-shelf adventure or touring or custom motorcycles were kept out of the ride to keep it devoted to the scrambler spirit of riding through varying terrain. And those twelve days sure offered plenty of changing terrains including some well-paved roads starting from Tangier before riding across Morocco towards the famed sand dunes of Marabout Sidi Naji before turning back and riding back via Merzouga and Fez and arriving back at Tangier to catch the ferry back to Barcelona.
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