Founded for the bespoke motorcycle scene in Singapore; Custom Burner rebuilds classic motorcycles; offers custom accessories and creates epic two-wheeling experiences.
Besides building custom bikes and running a motorcycle workshop in Woodlands for motorcycle repairs and maintenance, we are always dreaming and planning for the next fun thing to do on our bikes with the community.
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2016: Keong Saik Carnival
A Homage to the Historical Keong Saik Street
Keong Saik Carnival is an inaugural street festival that aspires to display the neoteric charms of Keong Saik street, where past inspires present, traditions meets contemporaries and a day where the young and old come together to create memories of new treats on these old streets.
An all-day event created by Potato Head Folk and Division Communications, the carnival showcases the best of yesteryears from legendary local 60’s band to experimental collaborations of traditional Chinese musicians with cutting-edge electronic DJs, as well as avant-rock acts and the freshest sounds of beat-smiths from all across Asia.
Custom Burner is pleased to be creating a display of classic and custom motorcycles for the street bazaar.
To juxtapose the old and new, we prepared a lineup that spans our favourite biking decades; the 60s till the 90s. Many were amazed and brought back to the colonial past with the rare 1961 Triumph Tiger Cub that was specially curated. Two immaculate Hondas; a Dax CT70 and a CB77 drew much attention for that day too. Also on display was a 1978 police-model BMW r60/7 among the classic rides. Many enjoyed the close encounter with these bikes and we had a great day sharing the stories behind each of them.
2015: Ride Free
A Classic Motorcycle and Custom Classic Gathering
Partnering Tuckshop Sundry and Supplies, ‘Ride Free’ was created to celebrate the freedom of riding and to showcase the local custom motorcycles. We hope to encourage like-minded bikers to join in the shows and together, keep the local custom culture vibrant.
The first ever ‘Favourite Ride Awards’ is an open category contest voted by the public. More than 100 votes were received that day. The inspiring entries are proof that: Where there is a will, there is a way to enjoy custom culture even in Singapore. #ridefreesg
2014: Sailor Jerry Pop-up Tattoo Parlor
at The Esplanade
2013: Singapore Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride
by Custom Burner and Motorwerks
Ateliers Ruby x Daft Punk Album Launch
at 1 Altitude
2012: Singapore Distinguished Gentlemen's Ride
by Custom Burner
2012: The STYLE Event
at The White Rabbit