Custom Cez builds an home made english wheel DIY in his home shop with Polsky Rage and Sergio.
Custom Cez builds a foot peg and a heat shield for his kid with his home shop CNC machine.
Custom Cez tries out a very difficult two tone powder coat scheme on his gas tank.
Custom Custom Cez applies some silver leaf on his gas tank.
Custom Cez rebuilds a Harley Davidson CV Carburetor.
Finally Custom Cez finishes the paint job on his bike.
Custom Cez designs ana CNC machines a set of HD Floorboards.
Custom Cez replaces the burned stator and is featured in a music video
Custom Cez modifies a Sportster peanut tank so that it can fit "properly" onto a Softail Harley Davidson motorcycle.
Custom Cez explains what is a lathe and them makes a part with it.
"The web-serie. Roma Custom Bike is the result of all of my passions.
Art, motorcycles and mechanics.
It started as a game and now we are even producing custom accessories for Harley Davidson motorcycles“
It all started from making a few how-to videos and evolved in a proper show. Roma Custom Bike is the first web-series about custom bike made in Italy and distributed world wide both in Italian and English. Now with its own accessories store.
The show starts from Custom Cez's desire to document his bike's restoration process. It was supposed to be a simple docu-tutorial, shot with a single camera so that he could keep it as a memory of passionate and creative work.
Custom Cez (aka Cesare Rascel, producer) is not capable to do simple moderate things, so already by the 3rd episode he started devolving more and more time and resources to the project until it become what it is today, a full blown tv show on the web.
The audience interaction continues to influence the direction taken by the show and this is really appreciated by the audience, making Roma Custom Bike such a unique show that is now a focal point for the Italian custom bike community.
Custom Cez Artist - Designer - CEO
At the Maker Faire 2013 in Rome to meet the founder of Tooeko, an Italian company trying to bring art to the visually impared.