Hot Street Cub scene in Indonesia

Date posted on July 23, 2020
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Indonesia sells almost 8 million brand new motorcycles per year. Most of these are small scooter and underbones bought by the majority of the oopulation. With a population if over 200 million people, it is one of the biggest motorcycle market in the world

The government and its people have embraced the benefits of small motorcycles more than a decade before the Philippines. Their society and economy has improved as a result because majority were empowered and became more productive and pro-active.

That is also the reason why their motorcycle market is more mature and the motorcycle lifestyle cultures and motorsports are more developed.

We strongly believe that it is only a matter of time and an enlightened set of government officials before our market achieves the same.

One of the bike cultures that has seen tremendous explosion over the past decade in Indonesia is the custom bike scene were local builders transforms locally available bikes into works of art.

The Street Cub sub culture is very interesting as they transform humble underbones into scramblers, cafe racers, brats or bobber.

You can find many on instagram and here are a few we like for your enjoyment and inspiration.

Check out streetcubindonesia on instagram for more. Do you have your own streetcub build? Share it here.

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