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Thank you Tim!
The British Monster seat is outstanding! Just modified my T-100 with the dark rust color and could not be happier. The quality of the material, detailed stitching pattern, and sturdiness of the seat-base are second to none--and I am extremely, EXTREMELY picky when it comes to quality. Not only is the seat profile slimmer than the original on my Bonneville, it is noticeably more comfortable. My wife also commented on the comfort after cruising around for an hour. I have made numerous modifications to my bike and, for the money, I can say the British Monster seat from Journey Project has made the biggest impact to the looks and comfort. What you see in the pics is what you get. The dark rust color is accurate to what it shows online and, even for the competitive price point, I just don't see where you can go wrong. It leaves nothing to be desired. I am beyond pleased!
Yamaha SR400 by Carlos Rodriguez
Our Scrambler FI fitted on Carlos' SR400. Perfect fit!
T120 by Joshua Smith
Joshua opted for a nice JP Vintage seat "Step Cafe" in black to complement his matte black T120.
Triumph Bobber by Steve Thomas
Steve kindly sent us these amazing shots of his new Bobber fitted with our genuine premium leather side bag. Perfection!
SR500 by Bob Smith
Bob just sent us these pictures of his SR with the new seat and Supertrapp Style muffler.
He also left a nice feedback for us:
Ordered Supertrapp style muffler and Café rocker V2 seat,
Questions were answered quickly and courteously. Ordering was easy, Postage was prompt and Items received within 14 days as expected. Goods were exactly as described and fitted well. Quality was good, Would certainly deal with this supplier again.
Wire Model by Paolo
Paolo ordered a handmade wire model of his Moto Morini Corsarino ZZ and obviously can't hide his happiness. :-)
Triumph T120 by Lionel Cosson
A truly remarkable T120 by our customer Lionel, who ordered a JP Vintage Sport Duo in black with dark rust seat partition to complement his beautiful build. Double thumbs up from Omega Racer!
SR400FI by Erin Overcash
Erin used a number of Omega parts, including the tracker seat and the full scrambler exhaust system, resulting in this well balanced SR.
Street Twin by Andreas Beeres
Andreas sent us this nice picture of his Street Twin with his brand new JP Vintage seat (Brat Style, dark rust, diamond stitching). He says he's extremely happy with it and spreading the Omega gospel to anyone asking about the seat. Enjoy Andreas
Yamaha SR500 by Guillaume and Ben Barras
Yamaha SR500 by Yannick Cornaz
Yannick is from Switzerland and he did a great job on his SR. He mounted our Misano tank and the big aluminium fairing. A perfect combination!
John Robinette's Street Twin
John got a JP Vintage Brat Tracker from us and he loves, loves, loves it. :-)
In his own words:
"I love, love, love my new Omega Racer JP Vintage Brat Tracker seat. It's comfortable, looks amazing and I've already put over 1000 miles on it. Thanks for the brilliant craftsmanship and great customer service."
CX500 by Paul Sas
There are now many CX custom bikes, but only a handful really stand out from the crowd. Paul's CX is definitely one of those. We are happy to have contributed in a small way to the realization of this awesome bike, by providing the aluminium fairings.
W650 by Jeff
Here's Jeff's W650 for which we made this very particular styled seat cowl. We think it matches extremely well with the bare metal tank.
Yamaha SR500 by Rob Lovelace
Rob just sent us this picture of his SR500 that he just fiished. The Mojave tank, seat cawl and fenders come from Omega Racer, but creativity and hard work are all his doing. Great job Rob!
Triumph Bonneville by David Mellor
David got one of our JP Vintage seats and is very happy about his purchase. "Hi Markus, I thought I'd send you some pics of the bike with your seat on it. Looks amazing, I love it!"
Yamaha SR500 by Joachim Seidler
Joachim's very shiny cafe racer is right up my alley. In fact, it reminds me of my own SR500 "Telos". For his project Joachim got the tank and seat cowl combo from us, as well as both fenders and the top yoke. Outstanding bike!
Harley Davidson Sportster by Joseph Ryall
Joseph approached us for a custom made aluminium tank for his Sportster 883. We did our best to materialize the vision he had for his bike. Judging from his feedback, we think we did well.
I'd like to say a very big thank you for the Harley 883 tank I bought. It was a while ago, and before you started offering them on your website. The team at Omega Racer were nothing but helpful during the back and forth emails with measurements and requirements. The result was a tank that fits as good as it looks, right down to the petcock being in exactly the same place and the handlebars not touching the tank dimples. It gets compliments everywhere I go.
Triumph Bonneville by James Goodrum
James is modifying his Bonnie with subtle and carefully selected parts. One such part is the JP Custom Seat, which he really likes, and so do we.
Thought I'd show you a few pics of the seat I ordered through you...thanks so much. It is really well made and has fantastic detailing. The spray and cloth were a nice touch as well. All in all, absolutely chuffed!
1978 Yamaha SR500 by Edwin Esparra
This stunning SR500 was Edwin's first attempt at a bike restoration. And what a job he did! The tank, fairing and many other bits and pieces come from Omega Racer, but it was his passion and skills to fit everything together with such a great result. We love it!
Edwin: "Thanks Markus for the fairing, tank, advise and all the other bits to make it possible!"
Suzuki DRZ400e by Dave Powell
Here's a somewhat different bike from our usual cafes and scramblers based on Yamaha SR and Kawasaki W650. Dave used a Suzuki DRZ400 as a basis for a retro scrambler. He asked us to provide the tank and the mudguards, which we happily supplied.
In his words: "Markus was so easy to deal with. I sent him an email with some custom modifications to one of their tanks and he had it made and delivered within weeks. The products are top notch."
Check out these cool pictures by photographer Brendan Allen.
W650 Special by Andre' Sakellarides
Andre' sent us this picture of his completed W650 Special. We helped him by providing the Mugello tank and this very special seat cowl. One of my personal favourites for its elegant yet aggressive lines.
SR in progress by Rob Lovelace
Rob sent us a few pictures of his SR with the new Mojave tank and the custom made seat cowl we made after his specifications. We sure can't wait to see the finished bike!
Kawasaki W650 by Michael Oser
Michael used one of our custom made aluminium tanks (Brat) as the crowning finishing stroke to his build. We can't but approve!
Yamaha SR400 by Arden Fiegert
Arden build this very unique SR in Australia, using a few Omega Racer parts in the process (engine undercowl, valve covers etc). Not your usual cafe build, and that's why we like it so much.
Big fairing on a Honda CB500.
David Powell sent us some pictures of his completed Yamaha SR project, a very neat bobber/scrambler/brat. Whatever you want to call it, one thing is sure: it's finger-licking good!
On this bike, David used a pair of small aluminium side covers and modified them to accomodate the relocated ignition key.
Christian Schwarzenlander contacted us April 2013 inquiring about Omega Racer supplying him with a custom fairing for an upcoming build. It was interesting for us as it was the first time somebody had asked for a fairing without a headlight cutout. After a few emails back and forth, the idea was set in motion.
For his project Gian Luigi from Italy used the Omega Racer SPORT aluminium tank, the aluminium side covers, a front fender, an exhaust pipe and the unique "The Sports" seat cowl, all provided by us. One of his friends made a pair of fiberglass 'skirts' to fit on the underside of the tank, so that its lines would converge with those of the seat cowl, an awesome job he did, too!