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A RICH, SMOKY FLAVOUR. Krossover Custom’s ‘Batch #44’ Yamaha RD350 Cafe Tracker

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

In the age of social media, everyone has an opinion on absolutely everything and if your work involves creative endeavour then chances are you’re copping twice as much abuse. But award-winning painter Kacey Elkins of Krossover Customs is having none of it. He spends his days keeping his clients very happy…

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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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A WHITE HOT GO. The World’s Fastest Naturally Aspirated Thruxton Returns to the Aussie Salt

Posted on April 18, 2018 by Andrew in Racer. No Comments

Riding your motorcycle flat-out for nine miles across a shimmering carpet of hard packed salt is not everyone’s cup of tea, but if you’re into custom builds and high-speed runs then you can’t look past Lake Gairdner – Australia’s very own version of the famous Bonneville Salt flats…

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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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NO FORKS GIVEN. JSK Moto Co’s ‘Rhodium Omega’ Yamaha GTS 1000 Neo Racer

Posted on April 13, 2018 by Andrew in Racer. No Comments

A longtime Yamaha GTS fan has turned to Samuel Kao of JSK Moto and with his most vivid of imaginations describe the brief; a back to the future vision of where convention is considered ill-informed. Here’s the Project Rhodium Omegal; a 1993 Yamaha GTS 1000 racer that makes the truly unique original seem downright bland…

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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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FAIR WEATHER FIEND. Vagabund’s ‘V08’ BMW R80RT Summer Brat

Posted on April 11, 2018 by Andrew in Brat. No Comments

You know you’ve probably got a custom bike problem when you start ordering builds based on weather. And for Vagabund’s Paul and Phil, that’s exactly what their latest customer has gone and done. They were distraught by the fact that their summer riding options didn’t include a fenderless BMW brat. Until now…

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MOTO PHOTOS: 2018 Motor Bike Expo, Verona, Italy

Posted on April 10, 2018 by Andrew in Other. No Comments

After you’ve been to more than your fair share of bike shows, it’s easy to become a little jaded about the whole shebang. But within 30 minutes of arriving at the MBE show, I was rethinking my convictions quicker than a televangelist at a jelly wrestling contest. There is a better way, and I think MBE has found it…

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Video: Waterfall Way – Roads We Ride

Posted on April 10, 2018 by Andrew in Video. No Comments

Nestled in one of the greenest parts of the country is Dorrigo and the beautiful Waterfall Way. A 42 km stretch of road running west from Raleigh to Dorrigo on the NSW North Coast, the second half of the run is easily one of the best stretches of road in the country…

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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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