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Samurai Choppers

Posted on April 3, 2009 by Scott in Bobber. 2 comments

Established in 1992 Okazaki City, Japan, Zero Engineering are a famous custom motorcycle shop from the land of the Rising Sun. But they now have a shop in a Las Vegas. As far as choppers go these are the best I have seen. There are so many nasty bikes on their website to drool over.


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SR400 Gravel Crew

Posted on March 23, 2009 by Scott in Brat. 1 Comment

Check out these  Gravel Crew yamaha Sr400’s. Oh Man, they do a great custom bike.

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Harolds Gear

Posted on March 21, 2009 by Scott in Other, Review. No Comments

Harolds gear in Japan make some great vintage looking jackets and gloves. Theres more on their website if you like what you see. I love their tag line on the website “The goods always belong to vintage spirit”..It doesn’t really make sense but I understand it. Deus stock their leather gloves as well.

 

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Gravel Crew

Posted on March 17, 2009 by Scott in Bobber, Brat. No Comments

I posted some pics of the Kawasaki 250tr last month. Just found some more on Japanese Custom shop The Gravel Crew website. I really dig their bikes…

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Heiwa Motorcycles Japan

Posted on February 9, 2009 by Scott in Brat. 1 Comment

A mate of mine recently purchased a Honda cd250. I had to do a google search to refresh my memory when he told me. Then I saw a shot of a Honda CD250 by Heiwa Motorcycles in Hiroshima which blew me away (excuse the pun). Check it out, it is the brown one below. Heiwa have so many nice bikes on their site I was frothing at the mouth like a rabid dog. Heres just a taste of their bikes…

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Ritmo-Sereno in Japan

Posted on January 14, 2009 by Scott in Café Racer, Classic, Racer. No Comments

Wow, these bikes are sweet. Ritmo-Sereno is a japanese custom bike shop turning vintage european bikes into awesome cafe racers. Its not often you see many european cafe racers in japan. Not with all the Yamaha’s and Kawasaki’s over there. They also have a great collection of used bikes on their website. Helps if you can read Japanese though. Toire wa doko desu ka?

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