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Kellermann Magazin


Kellermann and VTR Customs - Inspired by aviation!

The fine Swiss motorcycle workshop VTR Custom is world famous for their special BMW creations. Here, boss Daniel "Dani" Weidmann and his team develop and manufacture most of the custom bikes themselves and then add noble accessories. Lights from Kellermann are almost always among them. Mehr lesen

Bei Harley Davidson Bielefeld steckt der Teufel nicht im Detail

Dem Gehörnten huldigen? "Ja, können wir machen, aber nur, wenn es auch legal bleibt." Mit dieser klaren Vorgabe schickte Stephan Kaminski seine Truppe ans Werk. Die erfahrene Werkstatt Crew von Harley Davidson Bielefeld durfte damit "El Purgatorio" zum Leben erwecken. Aber nur, wenn das Gefährt nach dem European Biker Build-Off auf der Custombike in Bad Salzuflen auch ganz normal auf der Straße unterwegs sein kann. Also quasi der Fantasie freien Lauf lassen, aber nicht für das Museum oder Länder ohne TÜV produzieren. Da lacht der Teufel, aber mit Stil.  mehr lesen

Kellermann indicators on Woidwerk bike for Rolling Optician -

‘This has look good and function perfectly at the same time!’
Who said that? All three candidates for this quote will play a role in this story. But let’s check out first what the topic really is. The kick of idea was to transform your average BMW R 1150 GS into… well, into ‘what’ actually? And who is behind the project?
Enter the man who has become a well-known face at trade shows and events in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland: Manuel Wilde. Doesn’t ring a bell? Maybe the artist’s name is better known: ‘Rolling Optician’. That has become his trademark in the last twenty years at shows throughout Europe.
When travelling he always has on board the full arsenal of an optician and frames of all known brands. His expertise are special motorcycle shades and his name among bikers is almost legendary. Of course, he is a keen biker himself and so a special show bike was the natural next step.­read more

Milwaukee in Mittelhessen: With One Way Machine the Atto travels the world!

The first contact from Asia or somewhere else in the world often comes via email, ‘and that is very ok’, says Julian von Oheimb. Later, there will be enough time to arrange face time, digitally or personally, with the demanding clients. The man behind One Way Machine knows the challenge time zones can bring to family life when the next high end Harley project is on the horizon.

Yet the passion for Harley Davidson has been part of his family for some time. The father was and is mad about Harley and was probably the first to ride a bike from Milwaukee through Mittelhessen North of Frankfurt am Main. That morphed into a full stable of HD bikes and they needed to be taken care of. Working on knuckleheads, flatheads and panheads became the world for father and more

Black Bike - Lights in the Black Forest: A photo and its story

A guy with red and black lumberjack shirt sits on a fine Café Racer, the Kellermann lights shine bright on the bike, the whole scene is placed in a cult style retro setting. It looks completely staged yet natural at the same time. Maybe something like this is only possible in the German Schwarzwald, internationally know as the mystic Black Forest. People just do their thing in this part of the word. And this particular man does just that and his name is almost a legacy: Alex Schwarz.­read more