Serge Bueno Gives the 1930's Majestic Motorcycle a Classy Restoration


Thanks to French engineer Georges Roy and his desire to alter the traditional tubular frames of motorcycles, the world received a one-of-a-kind two-wheeled beauty known as the Majestic. The now-rare model first premiered at the 1929 Paris Motor Show, catching the eyes of motor-enthusiasts for its sheet steel monocoque chassis and unique, curvy body. Despite Roy's completely original design and genius reimagination of the common motorbike, production of the model only spanned from 1930 to 1933, making it a true limited edition piece of machinery. Restoring one of the last of its kind, Serge Bueno takes the "Majestic" title up a notch with a new white and maroon makeover.


Sporting a mostly white exterior with hints of reddish wine color along the side detailing and interior seating, Bueno's new and improved Majestic gives the atypical motorcycle a tasteful and fresh aesthetic. After months of hard work and boundless creativity, the established designer of Los Angele's Heroes Motors outdid himself for this one. Peep the different angles of the classy revival of the '30s motorbike above and below and head here for more of your motorcycle news.

Words: Vanessa Feder