Build Your Dream Bike With These Modular Custom Motorcycles

Aug 1, 2019

Category: Rides

Founded by passionate motorcycle racer Marcus Walz, the WalzWerk Motorcycles company has been in operation for the last three decades and produced well over 600 bikes, pioneering the German-style motos abroad in the early ‘90s. The Schizzo Concept Bikes by Walzwerk Motorcycles are a line of modular bikes that can be customized based on your preferences.

The Schizzo comes in three different versions, including the Base, Comp, and Pro, referring to the engine and parts used. Powering the Schizzo Pro is a 1000cc engine, while the Base and Comp versions come with an 800cc engine. You can choose from five Schizzo models: Scrambler, Cafe Racer, Roadster, Bobber, and GT1. Each Schizzo bike is designed and built in-house with handcrafted rear frames, concealed cables and wires, an exhaust system and valve line ribs that are parallel, and a proportionate seat. There are plenty of options to choose from so you can build the two-wheeler of your dreams. For example, you have the options of adding a Brembo brake rotor, Black-T mono rear shock, MotoGadget Speedometer, and WalzWerk Le Mans style gas cap to the Schizzo Cafe Racer. Invest in a Shizzo Concept Bike and customize it, starting at $16,586.

Purchase: $16,586

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