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 son.
That’s where the story could end. But not if Julian von Oheimb is involved. He wanted to be more than ‘just’ a good mechanic, he wanted to know simple everything about it. Various internships, trainings, courses, and studies lead him to become an engineer from the University of Applied Sciences. The connection between craftmanship and advanced technical concepts was made. The result until today are bikes with the unique combination of a classic motorcycle and high-performance riding machines.
The prizes One Way Machine has won fill sheer endless shelves, he has won numerous titles at the famous AMD customizing world championship. Time and again he surprised with creations never seen before:
‘It has to look great and function perfectly’ is exactly the philosophy that guides the development and production of the ‘Kellermanner’ from Aachen, Germany. So, it comes as no surprise, that the cult indicator Atto regularly gets delivered to Staufenberg and from there is shipped anywhere in the world, installed on a bike from One Way Machine.
The most recent bike from One Way Machine again combines a classic bike with a potent riding machine, this time in an amazing scrambler concept. Part of the show is the Atto of course, the perfect indicator for the ultimate Harley Scrambler. It comes as no surprise that Bike EXIF covered the story in detail and concluded: ‘One Way Machine still got it’! The excellent reputation will result in more emails for sure…