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DIRTY DUET. Titan’s Twin Honda SLR650 Trackers

Posted on June 13, 2018 by Andrew in Tracker. No Comments

It’s interesting to think that before Henry Ford left his mark on automotive manufacturing, most commercial vehicles were still made by hand. In other words, everyone owned a custom. Nowadays, factory vehicles are pretty much exact replicas of each other. But what if a custom shop met you somewhere in the middle?

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JACKPOT FOUR-POT. NCT’s Winning Honda CB500F Cafe Racer

Posted on June 7, 2018 by Andrew in Café Racer, Classic. No Comments

NCT Motorcycles are a clever bunch of guys. We know that they can build a mean moto, as their folio of stripped-back custom bikes shows. But what we didn’t realise is how good they are at a bit of self promotion. How? Well, play your cards right and this sweet little CB could be yours…

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WIFE NUMBER SEVEN. Duke Motorcycles’ ‘Mrs Duke’ ‘73 Honda CB500 Cafe Racer

Posted on May 31, 2018 by Andrew in Café Racer, Racer. No Comments

There is nothing in the laws of physics that says leaving parts in a junkyard couldn’t result in the wind turning them into a custom bike; it’s just that the odds are infinitesimal. To make it a sure thing, you only need to park a Ducati Panigale next to a Honda CB500 in the Duke workshop…

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LIVIN’ THE DREAM. Classified Moto’s ‘Junior’ Honda CT70 Scrambler

Posted on May 28, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler. No Comments

Having both his moto licence and his own custom shop, Classified Moto’s John Ryland is 2-for-2 in the dreams-made-real stakes. But he still had one castle in the air he wanted to bring down to earth. The ability to do wheelies…

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FOUR POT SUPERSHOT. A Classic Honda CB550 Cafe Racer from Mellow Motorcycles

Posted on May 2, 2018 by Andrew in Café Racer, Classic. No Comments

When Germany’s Mellow Motorcycles revealed their latest custom bike in January, the plan was to have it do the hard yards through Europe’s biggest bike events for the rest of the year. Sadly no one told the bike’s new Spanish owner, who purchased it 10 minutes after the show’s gates opened…

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TROUBLE & STRIFE. Pip Davidson’s ‘Eris Speedcub’ Honda C90 Shoestring Racer

Posted on May 1, 2018 by Andrew in Moped, Racer. No Comments

Pip Davidson. As a man of few words, a self-confessed budget-build-a-holic, lover of small nitrous engines and the colour cream, you can imagine that his bike builds aren’t like most others. Not even a tiny bit. So when he told us his new bike was a faired Honda C90 ‘Speedcub’ racer, well…

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VTEC FOR VICTORY. A Honda CB400F Street Tracker from Mandrill Garage

Posted on April 19, 2018 by Andrew in Tracker. No Comments

When someone mentions the words ‘Honda’ and ‘VTEC’ in the same sentence, you’d be excused if your mind was filled with images of stanced Honda Civics with neon lighting, tearing around your local strip on a Friday night. But as any real Honda aficionados will tell you, their famous VTEC is available in magical moto land as well…

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READY PLAYER ONE. A JPS Honda CX650 from One-Up Moto Garage

Posted on April 12, 2018 by Andrew in Racer. No Comments

Think you’re busy? Spare a thought for Taylor Henschell from Arkansas’ One-Up Moto Garage. A one man shop that designs, builds and finishes a custom ride every three months. Each bike is a rolling resumé that showcases the incredible work he does alone – and none more so than his this, his latest latest build…

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UNHEAVY METAL. Ad Hoc’s Svelte & Chromed Honda PC50

Posted on April 9, 2018 by Andrew in Moped. No Comments

It’s a wondrous thing how less can sometimes be more – especially when it comes to mechanical engineering. Soichiro Honda understood this implicitly; his abilities saw him dubbed the ‘Japanese Henry Ford’. Nowhere is this better demonstrated than with his pressed metal frame motorcycles, like the classic PC50 moped…

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FASTER & SON. A Honda CB750 Cafe Racer from MT Customs

Posted on April 5, 2018 by Andrew in Café Racer. No Comments

Most of the planet got their introduction into what a Father and Son custom bike shop looks like from the hugely popular series American Chopper. But if the motorcycles themselves were terrible, the damage to the relationship was even worse, sending a cautionary tale around the world. But for the family Brewus of Poland, no such problems exist…

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