• Laverda custom motorcycle

    Wrenchmonkees Laverda 750

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    If there’s one company that symbolizes the style of the new wave custom scene, it’s the Wrenchmonkees. Their motorcycles are raw, simple and pure—the legendary Danish design aesthetic applied to two wheels, and roughed up a little. An early 70s Laverda given the Wrenchmonkees treatment… Read more »

  • BMW R100 by Untitled Motorcycles

    BMW R100 by Untitled Motorcycles

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    The BMW airhead revival continues apace. This stripped-back R100 RT comes from London’s Untitled Motorcycles and it just oozes vintage charm. It’s a classic barn find story. The BMW had been rotting away in a garage for years before Christian Smith saw it, bought it,… Read more »

  • Honda CJ360 by Kingdom of Kicks

    Honda CJ360 by Kingdom of Kicks

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    Kingdom of Kicks is typical of the small, up-and-coming workshops that are lighting the fires under the European custom scene. It’s run by James Jordan, who started out building bikes in a small apartment—and now enjoys marginally larger premises in Hackney Wick, an east London… Read more »

  • Top 5 Ducati SportClassics

    Top 5 Ducati SportClassics

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    For a motorcycle that only sold in small numbers and was produced for just five years, the Ducati SportClassic generates a remarkable amount of press. It’s virtually impossible to find a good condition example on the secondhand market, and if you do find one, you’ll… Read more »

  • Suzuki Katana by Motohangar

    Suzuki Katana by Motohangar

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    When we heard that Motohangar had ripped the bodywork off a Suzuki Katana, we were dismayed. After all, the Katana is one of the most iconic motorcycles ever made. But then we found out that Patrick Jones and crew were revitalizing a 2006 Suzuki Katana,… Read more »

  • ICON 1000 Triumph Speedmaster

    ICON 1000 Triumph Speedmaster

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    ICON Motosports is back with a killer new custom. It’s the company’s third hookup with Triumph, who delivered a 2013-model Speedmaster for baptism by Sawzall at Icon’s Portland headquarters. In the 1960s, Triumph 650 twins ruled the drag strips and the ICON 1000 Speedmaster is… Read more »

  • BMW R1100GS by Cafe Racer Dreams

    BMW R1100GS by Cafe Racer Dreams

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    If you’re planning a trip to North Africa, you need a bike that is absolutely bulletproof. Cafe Racer Dreams know how to take a motorcycle apart and rebuild it, and have made their name transforming everything from vintage Honda CBs to modern Triumph Scramblers. But… Read more »

  • Yamaha XJ750 by Ad Hoc

    Yamaha XJ750 by Ad Hoc

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    David Gonzalez is one of those low-key, under-the-radar builders, slowly creating a portfolio of stylish and slightly unusual bikes. Ten months ago we covered his classy Moto Morini 350; it’s now a pleasure to show his latest build, this angular 1983 Yamaha XJ750. The XJ750… Read more »

  • Ducati 999S by Venier Customs

    Ducati 999S by Venier Customs

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    This is one of the fastest motorcycles we’ve ever featured—and I’d say it’s one of the best-looking too. It’s a Ducati 999S ‘Testastretta’ converted from race to road use by Stefano Venier, a New York-based builder with an immaculate eye for understated aesthetics. Venier is… Read more »

  • RD350 Streak by Brew Bikes

    RD350 Streak by Brew Bikes

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    If you like two-wheelers of the pedal-powered kind, you probably know about Reynolds 853 tubing. It’s a seamless, air-hardened and heat-treated steel tube with a high strength-to-weight ratio. It’s not something you often see pressed into service on a motorcycle frame, and this 1974 Yamaha… Read more »

  • XS400 by Urban Motor

    XS400 by Urban Motor

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    In the 1960s, VW created a famous ad for the American market, asking, “How does the snow plow driver get to work?” The answer, as you’ve probably guessed, was in a Beetle. I was reminded of that ad when I heard that Urban Motor’s Peter… Read more »

  • Metisse cafe racer kits

    Metisse cafe racer kits

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    If you’ve got a recent-model Triumph Bonneville, Thruxton or Scrambler in your garage and want to upgrade it, you’re in luck. You’ll find a dizzying array of options to choose from, with full cafe racer kits at the top of the tree. One of the… Read more »