History is a wonderful thing. But don't believe what the scholars tell you, the most interesting parts aren't "the lessons from the ages that we must all keep in mind as mankind progresses." And it's not the politics or the relationships or the romances either. No way. It's the really cool big shit. The catapults, the pyramids, the zepplins, the battleships with a thousand guns the guns that can throw planet-sized projectiles over the horizon. It's the rockets that have 38 million horse powers to carry a car to the moon so that the guys inside can do low-G burnouts on another world. That's the stuff that really matters - the stuff that they will remember in a thousand years. Janne Leiman knows this. That's why his bikes are amongst our favourites. He's not the sort of guy that fluffs about with clever colour schemes and faux-aged finishes; he's the sort of guy who looks at a bike and thinks "what's the biggest, coolest, most insane mod I could possibly do? I know - how about an enormous, face-melting supercharger to give it enough giddy-up to melt diamonds on a distant planet and make all the Pharaohs simultaneously rise from their graves and give us a very dusty, skeletal ‘sign of the horns’ with both hands." Love your work, Janne. Love. Your. Work.