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PUNCH DRUNK. Pap N Mam’s Boxer Kawasaki W400 Scrambler

Posted on November 7, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler, Tracker. No Comments

After almost ten years of blogging about custom bikes, we’re pretty confident we could count the instances of builders who have made their own engines on one hand; even a hand that’d taken a trip through a rear chain and sprocket. Put simply, it almost never happens. Unless your Indonesia’s Pap N Mam…

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AN X TO A TEE. MotoRelic’s Jaw Dropping Yamaha XT500 Restomod

Posted on November 1, 2018 by Andrew in Classic, Enduro, Scrambler. No Comments

Forget about textbooks and teachers because the two things that will always capture a teenage boys attention are speed machines and wild women. Combine the two and you have a potent mix that will forever be burned into an impressionable young mind…

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SON OF A GUN. Colt Wrangler’s KTM 390 Duke Scrambler

Posted on October 25, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler. No Comments

‘Colt Wrangler Lyons.’ With a name like that, I’d be disappointed if he didn’t come from Texas. Based out of New Braunfels, in the North Eastern corner of San Antonio, this charismatically named 26 year old turned his hobby of hacking and slashing at motorcycles into a business in 2015. Here’s his latest…

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BIRD OF PRAY. Titan’s ‘Blue Falcon’ Yamaha MT-01 Dirtfighter

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

Austria’s Titan Motorcycles make all manner of madness. They turn cylinder heads backwards, fabricate parts from scratch and tackle every style of build. They do amazing one-of-a-kind customs and ultra clean restomods. We adore everything the mad pair of Michael Siebenhofer and Tom Possod do…

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ELECTRIC LOVE – Tarform Motorcycles

Posted on October 11, 2018 by Scott in Café Racer, Scrambler. No Comments

We obviously have a fondness for combustion engines. We love the smell, the noise and even the odd pipe burn. But we don’t have to look into a crystal ball to see that electric motorcycles will play a big role in the future of the motorcycle industry. A few years ago, Tarform Motorcycles saw the huge potential for e-motorbikes and decided to build ‘the motorcycle of the future’. Tarform are an automotive start-up company based both in Brooklyn, New York and Stockholm, Sweden. After building a number of combustion engine motorcycles in the past, they have just launched their first electric motorcycle prototype, unveiled at the NewLab Innovation Center in Brooklyn.

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FLYING LOCUST. Analog Motorcycle’s ‘Grasshopper’ Royal Enfield Scrambler

Posted on October 4, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler. No Comments

When you are given the chance to be the first you only have one shot, so you better make it count. With the launch of the all new Royal Enfield twin, the builders chosen to produce a custom for the company had a chance to produce the bike in their chosen style for the very first time…

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EAT MY DUST. Cardsharper’s Honda CX500 Off-Road Racer

Posted on October 2, 2018 by Andrew in Racer, Scrambler. No Comments

It’s easy to forget that the scrambler’s origins are steeped in racing. Sure, the modern-day interpretation seems to be more about enjoying nature than about silverware, but the ‘scramble’ the genre’s name refers to wasn’t a scramble across rough terrain, but a mad scramble to the finish line…

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BAMBINO TO GO. Anvil Motociclette’s Tiny ‘Koz’ Italjet Minimoto

Posted on September 5, 2018 by Andrew in Classic, Enduro, Moped, Scrambler. No Comments

When builders thought that scramblers were getting old, they looked to ‘60s and ‘70s Enduro and Motocross for greener pastures. So when Italian moto magicians Anvil Motociclette grew tired of that, where to next? Bambini, that’s where…

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I SCRAM LEGEND. FCR Original’s McQueen Triumph Scrambler Homage

Posted on August 29, 2018 by Andrew in Classic, Scrambler. No Comments

For all their marketing bucks, there’s one thing the motorcycle manufacturers’ money will never be able to buy. It’s the same stuff that Burt Monroe, Giacomo Agostini and Rollie Free have in spades. Authenticity. And for Triumph, their authenticity mostly revolves around Steve McQueen’s star…

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ONE IN TWO BILLION. Smoked Garage’s BMW G310R Scrambler

Posted on August 28, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler. No Comments

In case you haven’t already figured it out, they buy a lot of bikes in India and South East Asia. 2 billion odd people will tend to do good things to your sales curve. Most manufacturers are falling over themselves to get a piece of this exotic pie and now BMW have teamed up with TVS to produce the G310R…

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