5 models, 5 universes that reflect a true fusion between art and footwear. Virtually unique, each pair was produced in only 20 copies. Let us tell you the story of this collection and introduce you to the models that make it up.
Customizing motorcycles is an art that requires creativity, passion and expertise. At Morex Custom, we are proud of our work in customizing motorcycles and even more so when one of our achievements has been honored byBikeExif,one of the biggest motorcycle blogs in the world!
Our inspiration for this t-shirt comes from the classic MustangFastback 1967 GT car.This car is a symbol of elegance and power. We wanted to capture this essence in our design, using iconic car images on the back of the t-shirt.
On September 25, the second edition of the Morex Custom Contest took place, our motorcycle event which honors the love of beautiful mechanics and the limitless creativity of many enthusiasts. After a very sunny summer, the weather was erratic throughout...
Moto Heroes is a benchmark in the Custom world. It is an honor for Morexto appear on the pages of this storyteller of mechanical exploits. For them as for us, motorcycling is an art, discover ouradventuresin their pages…
Olivia and Kévin, a first motorcycle road trip experience through Corsica: from construction to the realization of a travel project as a duo. Meeting with this couple to discover this journey in their image.
At the beginning of October the weather continues to be generous... That's all it takes to give some ideas to the Morex team, which loads all the bikes and surfboards into a truck in a jiffy. Six short hours on...
On Sunday October 10, our very first contest took place under the sign of creativity and love of mechanics. A successful first edition which brought together more than fifty participants in the election of the most beautiful custom motorcycle and hundreds of visitors to our "House" in Rennes.
On July 14, 2021 we celebrated the opening of our "House" after long months of work. This event brought together several hundred people over two days and officially marks the beginning of the adventure. A weekend of music, shared dishes, exchanges and good humor.
The founders of Morex Custom introduce themselves in a short video: “The Question Box”. With a touch of humour, they define their role within Morex and answer various questions about their childhood, their meeting and what unites them above all: their passion for surfing and motorcycling.
Cafe Racer magazine honors us in its 110th issue. History of the brand, birth of our Morex House, focus on the latest of our motorcycles; discover how from a common passion a multi-faceted project was born.
There are some reproductions in the world, not necessarily completely faithful to the original, and the copy that is presented by the MOREX CUSTOM, was built in California in 1989 and won the first prize for the best reproduction of the film at the Bike LAS VEGAS show in 1996.
Discover "L'Océan de Sable", episode three of our series, the story of an adventure anchored in our heads forever. It will take you to discover the Moroccan desert, in the footsteps of our team through breathtaking landscapes.
On June 14 at 8:00 p.m. and after several months of work, episode 3 of our series will be unveiled. “L'Océan de sable” will take you to the heart of a Morex Custom adventure in the Moroccan desert. A story of passion, discovery and transmission...
This car is perfect but it no longer exists because we live in a cruel world. If its outcome was long, its destruction was rapid. Leaving the workshop on a Friday evening, after a first refueling for its new life, it was the next evening that this monster went to hell.
From the start of our project, we knew that we had to bet on those who know how to do their job. If mechanics are the specialty of Morex Custom, we have never been afraid to turn to those who excel in their field, the medallion is the first part of this story.
Morex Custom was born in Normandy, from a passion rooted in the DNA of its founders. Always driven by a taste for adventure transmitted by their father, the Morel brothers did not arrive here by chance.