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Screw Disneyland…

Posted on May 22, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic, Racer. No Comments

I’m taking the kids to The Barber Vintage Motorsport Museum instead. The rides look like more fun. Heres a selection of their rides…

1974 Norton Commmando 850
1966 Moto Guzzi Stornello Regolarita

1959 Matchless G50

1972 Ducati 450

 

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Jack Black on Track

Posted on May 21, 2009 by Scott in Classic, Other, Tracker. No Comments

Found this shot of Jack Black on what looks like an old Triumph Dirt Tracker. He is obviously paying homage to Evel Knievel. Thought I’d add a pic of the legend himself. Of course Evel is riding the all american Harley Davidson. Some of you might be surprised to hear that Evel Knievel owned a Honda Motorbike Dealership in the 60’s.

 

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Deluxie Customs

Posted on May 20, 2009 by Scott in Bobber, Brat. No Comments

Deluxie Customs is a Japanese custom shop that doesn’t use SR400’s. Looks like they mainly customize old triumphs and Harleys. The Triumph below is a 1972 T100R Hill-Climber. Looks pretty sweet in the candy red pearl with white seat. Nice work.

 


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Leader of The 59 Club dies

Posted on May 19, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic, Other. No Comments

Only a few days since I wrote about the 59 club on this blog I have just heard that Father Bill Shergold died 2 days ago. He was one of the founders of the club. No doubt he will be missed by loads of rockers and bikers all over the world. RIP.

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Colarado Norton Works

Posted on May 19, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic. No Comments

Colarado Norton Works (CNW) mission is to is to ‘re-build the finest Norton Commando motorcycles on the planet’. Judging by this amazing Norton Commando they are doing a damn good job. CNW spend over 250 hours on each custom motorcycle re-build, completely disassembling each Commando bike and re-building it from the ground up to create some of the most stunning and rideable British motorcycles ever built. View their gallery to see the amazing standard of work these guys strive for.

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1969 Honda CB750

Posted on May 18, 2009 by Scott in Classic, Racer. No Comments

One bike that might put viagra out of business is this beautiful CB750 KO. If you want to read the whole story and see more pics they are on Motorcycle Online.

 

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Not so Stupid

Posted on May 17, 2009 by Scott in Brat, Café Racer, Classic, Tracker. 5 comments

Stupid Crown has a unique name that matches their unique style. They are another Japanese Custom Shop producing some out of the ordinary bikes. The Honda Monkey sidecar pic is one of my favourites…

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The 59 Club

Posted on May 16, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic. 1 Comment

The 59 Club played a major part in shaping the Rocker and Cafe Racer culture. I love these vintage pictures from the 59 club days. If you want to see more check out Graham Hulletts Photographic Collection . (Graham was the club leader from 1962 to 1970).

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Shooting Starr

Posted on May 15, 2009 by Scott in Other. 3 comments

Just found this photographer called Tony Starr from Melbourne, Australia through Speed Junkies (which is a fresh blog). He is the proud owner of a 1973 Honda CB350. But it was his photography that got me really excited…

 

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Classic Kawasaki Commercial

Posted on May 14, 2009 by Scott in Classic, Video. No Comments

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