Paul Hutchison’s Custom Motorcycles

(Just don’t call them cafè racers)

This website showcases my custom motorcycle builds. Please scroll down to view the blogs I have written detailing the process of construction of my BMW K100 “Hornet“, my Kawasaki GPz 750 “Saki” and most recently my Yamaha XT600. I only do mods that make a bike LIGHTER, FASTER and PRETTIER. If you like them and have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Kawasaki GPz750

Last week my cousin Lukas gifted me a Kawasaki GPZ750. It had a sump full of fuel. First we changed the oil, added some fuel and a new battery. It tried to start before covering the workshop floor with….








BMW K100


I, like many bikers, had the idea of one day doing a project bike. Every bike I’ve owned has been modified to my personal taste, this is my K1200R which was dead stock when I got it. I had talked about wanting to do a proper build for some time. My very supportive, beautiful wife asked me….






KTM 1290 Superduke R

As much as I loved my BMW K1200R, it was a 2005 model with 50,000km on it. I wasn’t really looking to replace it, but having ridden a mates KTM 1290 Superduke R I was watching them on Bikesales. One popped up at a ridiculous price, so I bought it!







Yamaha XT600

I was not looking for another bike, but a bargain appeared on Facebook Marketplace. It was a XT600 almost completely dismantled for $420.









“The Hornet is a masterpiece of customising. He has taken the K back to its vital elements with an attention to detail that is stunning.”


“The finished bike has an impressive side-profile, it looks almost like an official BMW concept motorcycle designed to invoke the spirit of the classic K100 – an idea that BMW would be wise to wholeheartedly embrace.”


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Hornet Photos

Saki Photos