"Custom culture has gone through the stratosphere.
It's not even funny any more.
Colorado based manufacturers Ronin have gone and started a 47-run line of Buell customs - inspired by the legendary Japanese warriors of lore. Each one will be "
"Images via Wrenchmonkees & Bike Exif.
The thing about the Guzzi format, though, is what makes it so perfect or tweaking into the aesthetic stratosphere. That long, low-profiled engine and drive train coupled to a simple, spindle frame. The format "
"We asked Chris Hunter, editor of the world’s largest custom moto website, to select his favourite builders from recent months. So here’s the hand-picked Bike EXIF x Influx Selection: the builders (and bikes) that are reshaping the new "
"Brough Superior might be one of the most venerated bike brands in the history of motorcycling. But is the brand’s reboot just another high-end custom house taking the mickey with the prices it charges for a build?
When the "
all pictures Wrenchmonkees Via Bike Exif
There are people out there who believe in the theory of dispersed and spontaneous, simultaneous evolution.
The theory goes, roughly, that mankind on the grandest scale is passing through huge cycles of time - "
"The days of working on your own bike (or car) have been pretty scarce in more recent years, but custom-builds are gradually becoming more and more popular. Jay Shepherd tells us his story.
As a self-employed builder, Jay’s bike "
This monster is currently the fastest Naked Street Bike in the world - having clocked 172 MPH this year at Bonneville.
Its not the sort of bike you'd consider for a daily ride – it's the prototype X132 Hellcat Combat, and it "
"A few years ago, I was a passenger on a friend's Harley for a long ride through Santa Barbara, California.
There's really something special about being on a motorcycle, you're part of the whole experience in a way you don't "
"Fear is essential. Fear keeps us from taking on life-threatening activities or endangering ourselves and others. The knowledge that actions have consequences – and knowledge of which consequences are best avoided at all costs – keeps us safe.
Fear keeps us away "
"Ever owned something you just know you can never sell?
When it comes to motorbikes, these people know them like the back of their hand. A back of hand they've spent thirty years staring at, as they twist an oh-so-familiar "