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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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A THOUSAND CUTS. ADS Motorcycles’ ‘Plan-Z’ Honda VT750RS Street Tracker

Posted on March 26, 2018 by Andrew in Tracker. No Comments

Only those who’ve been on the receiving end of customer feedback will know the pain. Architects know it. Graphic designers know it and unsurprisingly, custom builders know it. And in the case of this ‘Plan-Z’ Honda VT750RS tracker, Plans A, B and the rest of the alphabet were tried and scrapped before it was finished…

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VENIER, VEDI, VICI. Venier Motorcycles’ Moto Guzzi V7 Scrambler

Posted on March 15, 2018 by Andrew in Scrambler. No Comments

As cool as it is to see a build that screams ‘custom,’ there’s something to be said for a project that looks like it rolled off a factory floor. Thankfully there are builders like New York’s Venier Motorcycles, who have taken a different angle with their Guzzi Scrambler designed to look like it rolled off the factory floor…

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Yamaha XT600 – Nick van Woert

Posted on July 30, 2015 by Andrew in Scrambler. 27 comments

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Stereotypes are dangerous things. When you get an artist from New York City send you pictures of his ride, you expect perhaps a Vespa. Or a Segway. Or, god forbid, a fixie. Well Nick van Woert not only owns this radical 1991 Yamaha XT600, he built the thing with his own hands. Stereotype destroyed. And speaking of destruction, a friend has given the bike the nickname “Woert Hog” an homage to both Nick’s name and another close quarter’s machine of demolition, the A-10 Thunderbolt Warthog.

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