Gloves New Fangle by Dream Wheels Heritage
Our collaboration with our mates from NewFangleClothing is simple: create the best vintage look gloves hande made in Portugal! A pair of fine gloves featuring contrast textures with reinforced fabrics.
The more you tighten your grip, Tarkin, the more star systems will slip through your fingers. I can't get involved! I've got work to do! It's not that I like the Empire, I hate it, but there's nothing I can do about it right now. It's such a long way from here.
Newfangle Clothing is the realization of an old dream, a reflection of a great passion for fashion and it is based in the city of Porto, Portugal. After years of accompanying closely all the menswear scene, that passion became reality and here we are to try to contribute for the well-being of the contemporary man, with refined taste in lifestyle and way of being. With the combination of well known brands and other new ones, we want to innovate, show and make them accessible worldwide, always with the intention of offering items of great quality.
Regarding the name itself, the definition of Newfangle perfectly sums up what we desire. Newfangle, v. T. Eager for novelties; Desirous of changing, To change by introducing novelties We intend to change, to introduce novelties, to raise awareness based on quality, detail and originality! Providing Quality & Stylish Menswear.
GoldenTyre products are created to satisfy the needs of professional riders, sportsmen and women, and enthusiasts. Product development is also a result of the close collaboration between the brand and teams from the various motorcycle disciplines : Motocross, Enduro, Rally, Minicross, Trial, Speedway, Flat Track and Supermotard. This support work yields important technical data both for the production of new models and the continuous improvement of existing ones, in order to always offer the best possible product.
Furthermore, quality control is carried out following strict standards, to ensure the end user gets maximum product quality.
The Heritage is made by us
It seems incredible now, but in the mid-1960s, BMW came close to abandoning motorcycle production completely. Motorcycles were suddenly becoming a losing proposition, so BMW decided to focus on developing its more profitable automobile business, a move that in time revived the company’s finances: It also meant that the BMW motorcycle range got somewhat neglected.
The then-contemporary BMW R60/2 was badly outclassed in power and handling by Italian, British and Japanese bikes. The sportier BMW R69S was available with lighter telescopic forks and a few more horses, but it was still pretty sluggish. Both bikes retained such anachronisms as a DC generator, 6-volt electrics and magneto ignition. If BMW was to continue building motorcycles, a radical change was needed. Fortunately, what the company came up became a classic BMW motorcycle - the BMW R60 /5.
In 1964, BMW made the decision to stay in the motorcycle business, and lured Hans-Günther von der Marwitz away from Porsche. It was his job to design the new bikes, which would be built at Spandau, near Berlin, instead of Munich. The Slash 5 series (R50/5, R60/5 and R75/5 of 500, 600 and 750cc) was announced for the 1970 season, and represented a revolution in BMW motorcycle design. Though the flat-twin BMW boxer engine layout remained, just about everything else was new.
BMW R60 /5
46hp @ 6600rpm
Four-srtoke, two cylinders horizontally opposed, "boxer" 599 cc, Air-coooled
GNR - Brigada de Trânsito
The Suzuki GN is a series of standard motorcycles built by Suzuki since the early '80s. They included: Suzuki GN125, Suzuki GN250 and Suzuki GN400
All featured air-cooled SOHC single-cylinder engines with chain drive and were designed to be easy to ride by beginners. Early GN250s featured a front drum brake which was touchy in cold or wet weather. The drum was replaced by a disk after one year. Instrumentation included a speedometer, odometer with trip, high beam and turn indicator, and a gear position indicator.
Suzuki GN 125cc
With incredibly low running costs, modest but useful urban performance and funky retro looks, the Suzuki GN125 is an ideal about-town motorcycle or learner bike. Incredibly easy to ride, with a reliable engine and minimal maintenance, the Suzuki GN125 is forgiving and a great confidence-builder.
SUZUKI GN 125
11hp @ 9600rpm
Four-srtoke, Air-coooled 124 cc, l-cylinder, SOHC, 2 valves
Ex-driving school Motorcycle
BMW's big seller - The R100/7. There's the S series for the Café set, the incredible RS for the status–conscious. But the R100/7 is without doubt the workhorse of the Bavarian Motor Works. This is the model that is the favorite of the tourist as well as the working class. The slash 7 is as at home on the Superslab as it is in crowded city traffic.
70, BMW introduced an entirely revamped product line of 500 cc, 600 cc and 750 cc displacement models, the R50/5, R60/5 and R75/5 respectively. In 1977, the product line moved on to the "/7" models. The R80/7 was added to the line. The R90 (898 cc) models, "/6" and R90S models were replaced by updated versions with a new 1,000 cc engine, the R100/7, the R100S and the new super sport model the R100RS with a full fairing. This sleek model, designed through wind-tunnel testing, produced 70 hp (51 kW) and had a top speed of 200 km/h (124 mph). The R100RS had a shorter rear end ratio to overcome the higher wind resistance of the full fairing. Many period motorcycle tests in Germany indicated it was actually slightly slower than the R100S with only 65 hp. In 1978, the R100RT was introduced into the lineup for the 1979 model year, as BMW's first "full-dress" tourer. The RS and RT fairings were very similar in appearance, however, the RS fairing was essentially a lightweight streamlining/protective shell and windscreen with no other functions, while the RT shell was heavier and had two "glove box" lockable compartments, ventilation louvres and an adjustable windscreen. The RT fairing was widely used for police motorcycles, with radio equipment in the fairing compartments.
We had the opportunity to re-build and make it more classy. Now it rides the street’s of Lisbon! Thank’s Rui Carvalho and enjoy your ride!
60hp @ 7000rpm
Four-srtoke, two cylinder horizontally opposed “boxer" 980 cc, 2 valves per cylinder
With the law allowing anyone (here in Portugal), with car driving license, drive up to 125cc bikes, this is definitely a new market that could become quite interesting and so far we have not seen big constructions on the world of custom builds. Dream Wheels Heritage aims to change that and made this project: Honda CLR125 CityFly Scrambler.
Originally, Honda CLR 125 City Fly is a sassy urban bike (forget the supposed potential off-road) to be enjoyed easily in the city and in flat areas because its 125cc engine was not designed for a sporty driving, but to be economical and reliable in daily use. This type of bike was and still remains the model of choice for courier delivery of pizzas, couriers, and so on . It was there that we find out the base: Acquired in 2001 with zero miles, was Pizza Hut man, he bought this specific model to work because still had no licence card for motorcycles and needed to be able to work with "Pizza Hut " team (although he sold us this bike and took lessons to get the licence card to his new motorcycle Honda NX400).
On the engine, Honda CLR125 CityFly uses the same as the 124cc Honda XLR125, which means it's an old block, but already proved to be extremely durable and reliable one.
Honda CLR 125 CityFly
Air-cooled 4-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder inclined 15° from vertical
Ex-pizza delivery motorcycle
Dream Wheels Heritage and Capêlos Garage proudly presents the Moto-Guzzi 750 Nevada Brat.
The Moto Guzzi Nevada 750 is a modest cruiser which is a surprisingly competent all-round bike as well as an effective posing tool. It’s one of Guzzi’s older generation of bikes and has had very few updates since 1989 but it doesn’t matter. It’s excellent round town, works over distance with a screen fitted and has a charm the Japanese could never match.
The origin of Nevada is found in another motorcycle, also well known, the V35 Florida. Created as a low-cost version of the operating version of 650 cc, it was also a version with no fixture, which however could be added for a fee. However, when the majority of Florida displacement was removed from production, the 350 cc was receiving still some success, and given the numerous requests received, convinced Moto Guzzi to resume production. For commercial and marketing, it was decided to change his name in the wake of the names of US states, however, that not suit particularly to the type of motorcycle; then after California, Florida, here comes the 1991 Nevada. The new V35 was given a facelift that will allow then to arrive until early 2000 and to be the best-selling Italian custom in Italy. It was updated, as well as in looks, even in components, to the benefit of comfort and even propaganda, as the new electronic technologies then prevailing, were very influential in the field of purchase considerations. The larger displacement version of the beginning seemed unthinkable to produce, even in respect of the additional tax payable, then was available version 750 Nevada 750 cm³ precisely engine that was already mounted on various versions enough to be considered an optional (there was not even the name Nevada, but it was an addition) mountable on a standard frame. Then, for good commercial success, although no longer in production of 350 cc in 1999, it was decided to start producing a new Nevada only 744 cc, and 2002 comes with the redesign: the new engine with electronic fuel injection inductive discharge digital Magneti Marelli-Digiplex and new Brembo brakes with front discs floating gold series of 320 mm diameter stainless steel and 4 piston fixed caliper. A restyling in 2010 with the two-color version Anniversary. In 2012 it was presented the new two-cylinder single-supply from 51 bhp.
Project sold to Funchal – Madeira Island (Portugal)
Moto-Guzzi 750 Nevada Brat
46.00 HP (33.6 kW)) @ 6600 RPM
743.00 ccm (45.34 cubic inches)
68.60 Nm (7.0 kgf-m or 50.6 ft.lbs) @ 3200 RPM
Valves per cylinder:
Dream Wheels Heritage in association with Richie Motorcycle Designs proudly presents the Yamaha XJ750 Scrambler Edition.
The Yamaha XJ750 is a motorcycle made from 1982 to 1985. It has a 750 cc four-stroke, four-cylinder, air-cooled, naturally aspirated dual overhead cam engine with a bore of 65 mm and stroke of 56.4 mm.
Project sold to Lisbon (Portugal)
Yamaha XJ750 Scrambler Edition
Air Cooled, Four Stroke, Transverse Four Cylinder, DOHC, 2 Valves Per Cylinder
Bore X Stroke:
2.5x2.2 in OR 63.5x55.9 mm
45 lb-ft @ 7000 RPM
61 Nm @ 7000 RPM
4x34mm Mikuni Carburetors
Dream Wheels Heritage and Capêlos Garage have joined forces to build this incredible commissioned project of a Honda NX650 inspired by the 1970's.
The Honda NX650 Dominator is a dual-sport motorcycle. It was manufactured from 1988 to 2000. The main differences between model years are the graphics and details in the fairing. The Dominator is unique in that it carries the engine oil in the frame, similar to older British bikes. The Dominator has a cult following which can be accredited to its handling capability both on and off road and also because of the recent fashion of conversion to 'Supermoto' or 'streetracker' style's. Second hand models continue to fetch good prices for machines of relatively low cubic capacity and are much sought after amongst enthusiasts.
Project finished and delivered to the cliente (Porto-Portugal)
Honda NX650 Dominator Retro Scrambler
44.00 hp (32 kW) at 6000 RPM
643.7 cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine
154.0 kg (dry)
The best way to honor heritage, is to build it ...
Our mission is built, not bought.
Dream Wheels Heritage is a brand that has passion for hand crafted and customized objects. The main idea is to rehabilitate and transform bikes to a retro look and custom-made machines.
Follow your dreams, feel the spirit, be exclusive, keep it simple and enjoy the ride!