Mortagua Fighter is a custom-built motorcycle series that was started in 1995 by Carlos Rodrigues. Carlos lives in Portugal and works in the glass industry in Portugal. Working on motorcycles and giving them a unique identity is what he does in his free time. His latest creation is the Mortagua Fighter 9 and he has named it as the Infernal Chaos.
As understood by the name, this is his 9th build and like his earlier creations this, too, features some exquisite artwork and design. Clearly, Carlos has got a different taste in custom-building a motorcycle and we are only amazed by each of his work.
The Infernal Chaos has got a mind-boggling appearance. It has numerous sharp edges and panels. Thanks to the engine borrowed from a Suzuki Bandit 600, this bike is rideable but that’s not exactly it is meant for. It is more of a show-bike. It has a very demanding and aggressive riding position. The handlebar is itself a work of art. It seems that the bike would be very aerodynamic in nature.
Carlos has put in a lot of effort, time, money, sweat, blood, and tears in making the 9th edition of Mortagua Fighter. It took him 20 months to complete this project. And you can tell why. Every piece on this custom motorcycle is spot on. There are a lot of parts that come from original Mortagua like the exhaust, carb, front forks, frame, headlight, bodywork, etc.
Both the wheels are from Suzuki. At the front, we have a 120-60/17 tire and 190-60/17 at the rear. The rear disc brake is from Suzuki whereas the front one is made in Mortagua. The electronics are also original.
The paint job on the Mortagua Fighter 9 has been done by Joe Garage Designs. And the polishing and chrome work is completed by guys Perbal.
Apart from working in the glass industry and building custom motorcycles, the 44-year-old Carlos likes to listen to some death and melodic metal music and his favorite band is Amon Amarth. Even though his love for motorcycles is irrevocable, he does have a favorite car which is the Lambo Veneno.
Carlos has already made up his mind about his next project that is obviously going to be the Mortagua Fighter 10. We would get to know more about that soon. Until then, admire the Infernal Chaos in the pictures.