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WROUGHT IRON. GasBox’s Classic ‘72 Harley Ironhead

Posted on June 17, 2018 by Andrew in Bobber. No Comments

Cleveland’s GasBox seemingly threw this classic shop project ‘72 Harley Sportster together using spare bits and pieces. Oh, and their custom bike genius. But the best part is that they are pretty much giving the thing away at the 2018 Fuel Cleveland Show…

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HIROSHIMA HERO. Heiwa’s ‘No.10’ Kawasaki W650 Bobber

Posted on June 8, 2018 by Andrew in Bobber. No Comments

In an industrial area near the wharves, on a white weather beaten wall, is an old Castrol sign that looks like it marks the spot of an old English workshop. Welcome to Hiroshima and the now world famous workshop of custom builder extraordinaire Kengo Kimura…

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FORGET ABOUT IT. Greg Hageman’s ‘Fat Vinnie’ Yamaha Virago Bobber

Posted on May 29, 2018 by Andrew in Bobber, Brat. No Comments

Greg Hageman’s beautiful ‘Vincentification’ of his famous Yamaha Viragos is well documented. Just how he manages to turn a Harley knock-off into something with such style is clearly moto black magic. But his latest Vincent Virago as a much more ‘in-your-face’ creation that’s about as subtle as a baseball bat…

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CUSTOM REVOLUTION: Paul d’Orléans’ Petersen Museum Moto Masterpiece

Posted on May 8, 2018 by Andrew in Bobber, Café Racer, Classic, Event. No Comments

We’d call Paul d’Orléans a Renaissance man, but 14th Century Italy wouldn’t have enough vintage motorcycles, loafers and Hawaiian shirts to keep him happy. Instead, we’ll just call him a modern day moto legend…

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THE ONE AND ONLY. Emporio Elaborazioni’s ‘Solo’ BMW R50/5 Bobber

Posted on April 27, 2018 by Andrew in Bobber, Classic. No Comments

Over recent years we’ve featured countless BMW builds, crafted from models from the ’70s right through to the modern era. But there was a time in the German company’s history when there was every chance that not a single one of those machines would ever have seen the light of day….

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THE MAN WITH FIVE HAZANS. We chat to Bobby Haas from Dallas’s Haas Moto Museum

Posted on April 16, 2018 by Andrew in Bobber, Classic, Other, Racer. No Comments

Dreaming of owning a Max Hazan motorcycle? Put simply, unless you win the Lotto, it’s never going to happen. Now prepare to meet a man who owns five of the things. Yes, you read that right. Welcome to the new Haas Moto Museum & Sculpture Gallery.

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PUMPED UP VIX. Officine Rossopuro’s Genre-Defying Moto Guzzi V9

Posted on March 8, 2018 by Andrew in Bobber, Other. No Comments

The head honcho of Officine Rossopuro was looking for a way to commemorate ten years since he built ‘80’, one of his most popular bikes, and decided to pay it tribute by setting a challenge. Take a brand new Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber and create a crazy cool street machine…

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HIGH & MIGHTY. ATS Paris’s ‘Thirtieth Story’ Harley Street Bob

Posted on March 6, 2018 by Andrew in Bobber, Racer. No Comments

When you’re one of France’s oldest original-owner Harley-Davidson dealers and the company announces a custom competition entitled ‘Battle of the Kings,’ you better not take your entry lightly. With 30 years of history and a dealership smack bang in the middle of the nation’s capital, ATS Paris knew they had much to lose. So they made this…

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BOTH BARRELS. Max Hazan’s Enfield-Powered ‘Musket II’ Bobber

Posted on March 2, 2018 by Andrew in Bobber, Classic. No Comments

In a world full of creative minds, he is a true renaissance man who doesn’t produce works of art to impress but simply because he is driven to. The ideas inspired by the world around him are manifest in metal with a dedication to perfection, a standard he demands of himself. He is Max Hazan…

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PRINCE OF DARKNESS. Rough Crafts’ ‘Noir King’ Harley Road King

Posted on January 11, 2018 by Andrew in Bobber, Other. 19 comments

It’s a style of motorcycle so popular that manufacturers have been offering them for years, whole magazines are dedicated to showing them off and workshops around the globe exclusively specialise in their customisation. And yet in nine years of Pipeburn we’ve never featured a single one…

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