Recently concluded at the Malaysia Agricultural Exposition Park (MAEPS) in Serdang, Selangor, the sixth edition of the 2017 Art of Speed showcased some of the best in the Malaysian custom show car and bike scene. A multitude of custom cars and bike were on display, and we have prepared a gallery of some of the custom modified motorcycles.

Held across the weekend on July 29 and 30, this year’s Art of Speed recorded over 40,000 visitors across the two days. Local custom car and motorcycle enthusiasts had the chance to meet a bevy of international, regional and Malaysian customisers.

Amongst the invited guests were Cole Foster from Salinas Boys Custom Cars & Bikes USA, Jeff Holt from Hot Bike Magazine USA, David “Chopperdave” Freston from USA, Shige Suganuma & Wildman from MOONEYES Japan, Dino Dalle Carbonare from Speedhunters.com Japan, Kaichiroh Kurosu from Cherry’s Company Japan, Yuichi Yoshizawa from Custom Works Zon from Japan.

Also on the international guest list were Makonabe from Chopper Journal Magazine Japan, Tetsu from Hopping Shower Japan, Sugihara Ken from Fusty Works from Japan, Toshiyuki Osawa from 4th Dimension from Japan, Shigeo from 420 Kustom from Japan, Chicarockabilly Shima & Theresa Tay from Cherry Bomb Singapore, Irvine Jasta & Fahmi Freeflow from Indonesia.

On the local front, in attendance were Nodie Azmil Abd Wahab of Nodie Cycle, Beautiful Machines, Kenstomoto Kustom and Shawn Seelan Creations. D-Street Customs of Singapore won the Art of Speed motorcycle open class category, while best motorcycle display went to Mohd Faiz Rushdi from Rachun MC.

The AOS Invitational Bike Build Off prize went to Muhammad Khalid Musa with his Honda CX500. The best chopper prize was won by Bear Brothers Cycle Co of Singapore, while the best bobber, cafe racer and bagger categories were taken by Nodie Azmil, Beautiful Machines and Kicap of KKMG, respectively.

Malaysians won the remaining motorcycle categories at the Art of Speed, which included; best Jap-style – Muhd Izwan Jelani, best restored classic scooter – Muhd Razlan Isman, best Street Cub – Amirul Hakimi Ahmad, best Radical Ruckus – Muhd Amirul, best restored retro Japanese – Sundares Nadarajan and best restored classic Continental and American – Meer Al-Rashid. Meanwhile, Keeny Yeoh of Kenstomoto Kustom won best custom street bike with the Kenstomoto Ju.