The most insane custom motorcycle design we’ve seen… ever!
We love a nicely done custom motorcycle more than most of the things in life. That said, we love to talk about the custom motorcycle builders that we haven’t had talked about before. This gives us an opportunity to understand the philosophy of a particular builder and how they convert their idea into their builds. We mostly get to talk about builders creating builds that contain a number of custom motorcycle parts while still keeping the true soul of the base motorcycle intact. And then sometimes, we get to talk about something like this disturbingly gorgeous build from Portugal. This stunning build which you can see below is called Disturbed Cadaver by Mortagua Fighter.
The Mortagua motorcycle has become synonymous with a very particular design style of Carlos Rodrigues. Carlos was born in Mortagua, Portugal and now works at Mortágua glassworks. For most people around the region, Carlos is also known as Mortágua-Fighter-Portugal. The Mortagua Fighter was established in 1995 when a practically new RF 600 that belonged to Carlos had a nasty accident, the damages inspired Carlos to work upon it and create his own design. This translated into a fairly unique design philosophy, his own style with painting that showcases action packed adventurous spirit. The final result of his work upon his ill fated RF 600 came to be the Mortágua-Fighter 1.
Since then, Carlos has built seven Mortagua Fighter custom builds with never seen design. The Disturbed Cadaver by Mortagua Fighter custom motorcycle is the latest of his creations, the Mortagua Fighter 8. This absolutely bonkers and insanely detailed Disturbed Cadaver by Mortagua Fighter is unlike any custom build that we have ever seen before. The cuts, the edges, and every single part of this build is something out of a post apocalyptic earth that is being ruled by alien machines. Powered by a 1993 Suzuki GSX –R1100 motor this insanity on two wheels promises to go as ferociously fast as it looks. The fat front has a 17-ich wheel wearing 120-55 section rubber while the demonic rear getting a 190-65 piece of rubber on a 17 inch rim.
The Disturbed Cadaver by Mortagua Fighter has kept the original Suzuki electronics intact and all the mechanicals on the bike are also stock Suzuki. Further, the build has a stunning and slightly over the board dual-paint scheme of white surrounded by bright and blingy gold shade thick borders. The cooling for the Disturbed Cadaver by Mortagua Fighter is taken care by an oil cooler while the suspension components are from Traz. The whole body work of the Disturbed Cadaver by Mortagua Fighter has been done by Carlos himself and we just cannot define how splendid that front end looks, especially around the front suspension. The whole build took around 18 months to build, and looking at it, we don’t wonder why.
We will now let you drool over these amazing photographs of the Disturbed Cadaver by Mortagua Fighter and would love to hear your views on this incredible custom build.