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OLD LION, NEW TRICKS. K-Speed’s ‘Dark Simba’ Benelli Leoncino Scrambler

Posted on March 5, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler, Tracker. No Comments

Established on Italy’s North East coast in 1911, the lion-branded Benelli Motorcycles predates Moto Guzzi’s foundation by a decade and holds the title of Italy’s oldest existing moto brand. The last 6 months has seen the revived company concept and release a bunch of new metal. Here’s one we’ve been watching…

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BUILDING MUSCLE. Cohn Racer’s Tough Harley XR1200X Scrambler

Posted on February 20, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler. No Comments

“When I make it big, I’m going to build the coolest custom bike.’ Don’t deny it; we’ve all thought about it. It’d be like rocking up to a top restaurant and ordering everything. And for Miami restauranter and businessman John Kunkel, that’s pretty much exactly what happened. Here’s his dream bike, the ‘Muscle R’ Harley XR1200X Scrambler…

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UNIVERSAL APPEAL. OMT Garage’s ‘Stardust’ Yamaha XSR900 Scrambler

Posted on February 19, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler. No Comments

In many ways, Italy’s OMT Garage is the perfect nuclear racing family. Father Gaetano Troiano started the shop in 1978. Mother Silvana handles the media. And sons Marco and Mario are now pushing things into the 21st century and beyond with their love of racing and customisation. Take this blindingly good Yamaha XSR900 for instance…

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RAD PLAID. A Very ‘70s BMW Scrambler by Hello Engine

Posted on February 17, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler. No Comments

You know life is going well when you wake up one morning, wander outside and there in your driveway is a brand new motorcycle. Things get a whole lot better when you didn’t a dollar and it comes direct from the manufacture with the simple instruction to get creative…

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MAJOR LASER. Wrench King’s ‘War Zone’ Yamaha XJ Apocalypse Scrambler

Posted on February 14, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler, Tracker. No Comments

On Any Sunday, The Great Escape and The Wild One. These are the highbrow motorcycling movies that we all name-drop as being one of the reasons we got into motorcycling in the first place. But let’s face it, it wasn’t just them. There were plenty of more embarrassing shows that pushed our buttons, too…

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INTERNATIONAL RESCUE. A Cross-Border Kawasaki W650 Scrambler by Recast Moto

Posted on February 9, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler. No Comments

Most of you can jump onto Craigslist or eBay, rock up to a darkened car park, meet a stranger and take home a project bike of your choosing. It can be old, it can be Italian, it can be American, it can be British. Living in the West rocks. But we’re not all that lucky….

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SIGN FROM GOD. Skunk Machine’s Jorge-Approved ‘Trackster’ Ducati Scrambler

Posted on February 5, 2018 by Andrew in Racer, Scrambler, Tracker. 23 comments

Esoteric arguments about a custom bike’s relative merits are all good and well, but as we all know it always comes down to the same old fact that there’s no accounting for taste. I like red. You like blue. The rest is mere conjecture. But all bets are off when you own a bike signed by Jorge Lorenzo…

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SHINE ON YOU. Diamond Atelier’s Beautiful Ducati Scrambler Sixty2

Posted on August 4, 2017 by Andrew in Racer, Scrambler. 24 comments

Munich’s Diamond Atelier have produced some incredible, high-end motorcycles over the last few years. But lately they’ve decided to take a new approach, making a run of customized motorcycles all based around the same platform. This allows them to nut out the quirks and challenges of each build and offer up a motorcycle that’s cost effective but equally bloody gorgeous. The first to receive this treatment is this gorgeous Ducati Scrambler Sixty2.

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COFFEE AL FRESCO. Benjie’s Café Racers take on a Ducati Scrambler

Posted on July 13, 2017 by Andrew in Scrambler. 11 comments

Benjie’s Cafe Racers have been selling tanks, seats and sundries for over ten years now. Most of their parts are styled after the more classic, traditional cafe bikes that we all oogle over: all hunkered down, gloss-sheened and highly polished. But this time the team have tackled a plastic-riddled 2014 Ducati Scrambler and trimmed it into this bit of motorcycling perfection.

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YOSEMITE SCRAM. BMW’s R nineT Scrambler Takes On The Sierra Nevadas

Posted on July 1, 2017 by Andrew in Review. 18 comments

The sun is rising, the air is cool and crisp, and the wildlife outside my tent sporadically announces the start of a new day. As my eyes open and begin to adjust, the faint scent of hickory wafts through the air as the covered embers emanate amid a semi-silent dawn. As I emerge from my tent, I see my friend Yoshi in his own shelter rustling about. My other friend Erik is at the picnic table prepping food and getting coffee ready. I turn to look over at the BMW R nineT Scrambler that brought me up here, and realize how cool it looks poised beside Yoshi’s Land Rover. I think to myself, “There’s a lot of manliness going on right here. Every weekend should be this amazing.”

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