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BOL’D OVER. Recast Moto’s Stunning Honda CB900F Roadster

Posted on February 1, 2019 by Andrew in Café Racer, Classic, Racer. No Comments

Some motorcycles perfectly reflect a time in history. And the early Honda Bol D’or is a prime example of it. All hard lines and pressed steel wheels, there’s something about it that screams late 70’s optimism and chest hair. But Belarus’ Recast Moto have just changed all that…

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SMARTY PANTAH. XTR Pepo’s Stunning Ducati Monster 821 Racer

Posted on January 25, 2019 by Andrew in Racer. No Comments

In only a short few years Spain’s XTR Pepo have produced the best racer-inspired customs in the world. Every time one of their builds smashes into our inbox we drop what we’re doing, drop our trousers and get ready for some serious Italian eye candy. This time was no exception…

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MISTYCUFFS. 2topia’s Wild Laverda Ghost Strike 668 Restomod

Posted on January 23, 2019 by Andrew in Racer, Restomod. No Comments

I won’t lie. The first thing I did for this story was hit up the Google oracle and ask the god of the internet, “What the hell is a Laverda Ghost Strike 668?” An esoteric model, even amongst its quaint Italian brethren, the bike was seemingly named after a Steven Seagal movie…

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THE OLD BRIDGE AND THE V. Speedy Siegl Racing’s Ducati 900SS Racer

Posted on January 19, 2019 by Andrew in Classic, Racer. No Comments

For a brief but magical time in music history the Seattle Sound dominated the airwaves and shaped a generation. Now another of the cities institutions has crumbled and gone, the equally mystical and murky Alaskan Way Viaduct. But now a new creative force is flourishing in the North West…

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GULF COURSE. Kott Motorcycle’s Textbook Honda CB550 Cafe Racer

Posted on January 17, 2019 by Andrew in Café Racer, Classic, Racer. No Comments

While we’d argue that the Gulf Oil Fords and Porsches from the 60s and 70s are amongst the most beautiful racing machines ever made, it’s with a fair amount of trepidation that we click on bike submissions that have anything to do with the brand. The reason? My God, it’s been done to death

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RENAISSANCE IN VERMONT. John Stewart’s Restomod MV Agusta 250B

Posted on January 15, 2019 by Andrew in Café Racer, Classic, Racer, Restomod. No Comments

Most Italian moto designs that are so close to perfection, only Tamburini himself could improve on them. It seems that every line, bolt and curve was placed by the hand of il Dio himself. So to set yourself the goal of restomodding one is tantamount to tweaking the Mona Lisa…

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THE FAST BOY SCOUT. WalzWerk Racing’s Tough Indian Dragster

Posted on January 9, 2019 by Andrew in Bobber, Racer. No Comments

Marcus Walz has a sort of infectious energy that both inspires and amazes. It seems like every time we talk to him, he has two or three new bikes ready to go – each one as different and as interesting as the last. It’s a Norton. Then it’s a BMW. Then it’s a Ducati. And as of right now, it’s this Indian Scout Bobber

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FOUR-STROKE OF GENIUS. The Real Intellectuals’ Yamaha SR500 Flat Tracker

Posted on December 20, 2018 by Andrew in Classic, Racer, Tracker. No Comments

Greece’s The Real Intellectuals are a rough group of motorcycle nuts who occasionally run a madcap dirt event dubbed ‘The Rotten Race’. Not content to just sink booze and watch from the sideline, they teamed up with local shop Urban Mechanics to build an entry, a 1990 Yamaha SR500

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MASH HIT. XTR’s ‘Di Traverso’ Mash 500 Dirt Tracker

Posted on December 20, 2018 by Andrew in Racer, Tracker. No Comments

Spain‘s XTR Pepo is more than a little like AC/DC. Yes, they stick to what they know, but they are so damn good at what they know you just don’t care. And if there’s one thing that Pepo Rosell is good at, it’s ‘sell your granny to the abattoir to get one’ racers. Here’s his latest.

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AMERICAN HUSTLE. Spencer Motowork’s ’66 Suzuki T20 Racer

Posted on December 17, 2018 by Andrew in Classic, Racer. No Comments

Ralph Spencer from Southfield, Michigan, USA, clearly knows the sort of bikes that get him going and he builds brilliant Suzuki smokers for both race and road. But his latest Spencer Motoworks creation is both AHRMA GP250 eligible and licensed to rip you up on the roads at the traffic light Grand Prix…

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