Well where do I start? Droog Moto. What a magnificent company. The team at Droog Moto are awesome!! That’s right 2 exclamation marks. I commissioned Droog to add some spicy flare to my completely stock Triumph T100. I had one request. ‘Bend it like Beckham’! You read that correctly. I wanted the famous Spice Girl (Posh Spice for those who are not as big of fans as I am) husband’s Bonnie T100. But add a dash of Droog in the mix. Unbeknownst to me, Droog are not as big of fans of the Spice Girls like I assumed 99% of the human population was. What I got was a Droog makeover that would blow your British socks off. I gave them mostly free range on the build, but stipulating that what really makes a David Beckham motorbike is a vintage brown leather saddle. Droog laughed in my face. Brown?! we don’t do ‘brown’, little man ( that’s what they assumed my name was). Black. Droog only does black. I can’t fault the geniuses at Droog for putting my color choices in a headlock and throwing them in front of a speeding train. No, what they created was nothing short of a miracle: Perfection! Intergrated LED lighting, upgraded suspension, big fuck off knobby tires for impending apocalypse, signature gas tank that looks like it fought in the great battle of Skynet vs the Resistance on Judgement day, and basically removed all the bulky excess junk and sent the bike swirling in to the minamalist abyss. It’s a stealth war machine. The bike came out better than I expected and something that Airwolf and Nightrider would be proud to call their own. Who’s David Beckham? All I know is David Hasselhof has a new favourite ride.. Droog Moto’s customized T100.
I stumbled across MOTO-3 on Instagram, and thought ‘DAMN that thing looks good’. I’m a mountain biker, never rode anything more motorized than a Vespa, and wasn’t in the market for a motorbike at all. Heck, I didn’t even have a license to ride one of these things! But somehow that bike didn’t get out of my head...For still unknown reasons, I got in touch and asked a few questions about the bike. When they mentioned that it was custom built for a tall rider, that it could work fine even for a novice, and that it was for sale, I felt a little twitch or two. A few weeks of deliberation later, I was ready to buy it. I’ve asked to see a clean title and other things I’ve read on the internet I should check before buying it. After all, I haven’t been able to touch or hear it, live and in the flesh. But Max came across as a super solid, trustworthy dude, and I felt good about closing the deal. They said I wouldn’t regret it. And boy were they right. MOTO-3 is one rad beast of a bike, and it keeps turning heads everywhere I go. (They said I’d get used to that, too)
Droog Moto popped up on a website I’m subscribed to and I was immediately intrigued. I checked out their site and I couldn’t stop looking at the bikes they have created. After many weeks of constant day dreaming I decided enough was enough and it was time to pull the trigger on a bike they just completed. I was a bit nervous about buying something I had never seen in person, but Max and Erica went over everything with me and made the process super easy and they handled all of the shipping. When the bike arrived I was blown away. It was more amazing then I could have ever imagined. I loved it so much I figured I should get a second Droog! I’ll do you the favor and say if you want one, get one. You won’t regret it.