Seven Fifty Two Customs have been busy toiling away, creating modern custom bikes
and some good few bike restorations from a Tardis style industrial unit in Sevenoaks
for a couple of years now. Starting with adapting some of there own bikes, they have
also turned out some stunning builds as well, from café racers to a lovely fat sportster
which was just sitting in the shop just screaming “ride me”.
As with many shops though they made it a place to visit, with their own range of
merchandise and also have catering on a Friday and a Saturday, when the shop is open
to customers. With the modern quirky interior and café bar style fittings. They then
thought a Spring bike day would be a good idea.
Well, it wasn’t only me who thought this was a good idea (never having visited before)
but at the end of an unseasonably warm March week, so did many, many other folks.
Which included several large bike groups as part of organised ride outs and all sorts
of bikes from sports to classics.
There was a very steady flow of bikes and the sheer number surprised all not least
the poor fellow trying to marshall and keep some sort of order, so the users of the
other units could still work.
Personally the BMW custom had an interesting quirky exhaust which fascinated me,
how it didn’t shake off I don’t know, but the rider said seemed ok, just loud.
A good way to spend a sunny morning Seven Fifty two can be found at Unit 11 Chaucer
Business Park, Watery Lane, Kemsing TN15 6PL