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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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STROKE OF LUCK. Underground Custom’s ‘74 Yamaha TZ250 Racer

Posted on October 31, 2018 by Andrew in Classic, Racer. No Comments

Trust us. When it comes to finding amazing bikes in weird places, we at the House of Burnt Pipes have pretty much heard it all before. Just discovered a unit Triumph in a nearby barn or shed? Pffft! Unless it’s a three-wheeled Brough Superior or a priceless Harley down a toilet, we’ll barely bat an eyelid…

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CRADLE TO KNAVE. Krossover Custom’s ‘Leftover 43’ Yamaha XS650 Cafe

Posted on October 23, 2018 by Andrew in Café Racer, Classic. No Comments

In the restaurant game they call it ‘paddock to plate’. In manufacturing they call it ’cradle to grave’. And in the oil game they call it ‘well to wheel’. Put simply, it’s the practice of looking at the complete life cycle of something to make sure that you’ve considered where it’s come from and where it’s going to…

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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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KID SKIDS. Classified’s Faster Sons Yamaha FZ-07R

Posted on October 12, 2018 by Andrew in Roadster. No Comments

It’s been a storied journey from humble beginnings for globally renowned Classified Moto out of Virginia, USA. But a new chapter for the company means that anyone with an internet connection is set to benefit from some brilliant new content. The bread and butter however stays just the same, incredible customs…

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HIT AND RUN. Ironwood’s ‘Sicario’ Yamaha XT600 Street Tracker

Posted on September 12, 2018 by Andrew in Tracker. No Comments

Motorcycles seem to be vehicle de jour in Hollywood of late. Whether it’s Mission Impossible, Bourne or Bond, there’s bound to be some cool moto action sequence spread all across their trailers. And without fail, the evil assassins will be the ones riding black bikes, all dressed in black…

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KISSING ASS. Federal Moto’s ‘Bottom Feeder’ Yamaha XS650 Chopper

Posted on September 9, 2018 by Andrew in Chopper, Classic. No Comments

Please spare a thought for the poor old chopper. King of the custom scene for almost 40 years, the resurgence of the bobber and cafe look in the first decade of the Noughties has, in some eyes, relegated it to uncool school ever since. Of course, custom bike tastes wax and wane like Australian Prime Ministers…

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KICK ASS. Mule Motorcycles’ Yamaha SR500 Tracker

Posted on August 24, 2018 by Andrew in Tracker. No Comments

There’s no two ways about it – Mule Motorcycles build the best trackers in the world. They usually work their magic on Sportsters. But they’re nearly always twins. Thankfully, for worshippers at the altar of the SR500, he’s now turned his talents to Yamaha’s…

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T YOU LATER. Hageman Motorcycles’ ‘TT500’ Yamaha XSR700 Enduro

Posted on August 10, 2018 by Andrew in Enduro. No Comments

Here’s two men have a passion for Yamahas and a deep respect for their history; Shun Miyazawa, the man behind the Yard Built program and master builder Greg Hageman, who has turned out some of its best work. Now they pay tribute to the legendary TT500…

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ROCKY MOUNTAIN FLY. Krossover Customs’ Yamaha XS650 Adventurer

Posted on August 2, 2018 by Andrew in Adventure. No Comments

If it’s true that one’s destination is never a place, but always a new way of seeing things, then surely a trip to the Himalaya’s can lead to a vision where anything is possible. The Yamaha XS650 has been a mainstay of the custom motorcycle revival and even before they were being cafe’d they were being cut up and bobbed…

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