At Workhorse Speedshop, he definitely broke through as a skilled custom builder thanks to a completely rebuilt BMW RnineT. The looks and performance of this motorcycle garnered Brice some very welcome media attention. It also seemed to be the perfect starting point to his career trajectory as it led to a collaboration with Yamaha. Brice joined the Japanese brand's “YARD Built program” and ended up being the only custom builder to receive a message from Yamaha Racing. His creation would later compete in the famous Punk's Peak sprint race during Wheels and Waves, the famed annual moto gathering in the South of France. Once again, Workhorse Speedshop was making name for itself, with the stunning “Sakura.” The sportive styling of the unusual sprinter suits the Belgian custom builder exactly, although Brice himself is not so sure what his own distinctive style is now.
"I process a lot of input, especially coming from the streetcar culture. I love the Japanese scene. They don't shy away from a little geekiness and just throw weird elements into their design," Brice indicates. "So I end up using a lot of sources of inspiration, but because of that, I can't really say how to describe my own style. What I do know, is that for me, it is critical that the design of the bike is right. There must be dynamism in the lines. For me, that's really the key to making a good custom bike."