Richard Pollock has been messing around with motorcycles since 1969, and as the owner of Mule Motorcycles, is renowned for his street trackers. One of Pollock’s most famous creations is the Sportster-engined motorbike shown above: known as the ‘Madonna bike‘, it was ordered by a photographer who’d just shot Ms Ciccone for Vanity Fair. The photographer’s favorite medium was black and white, so the entire bike had to be monochrome. By the time Pollock had worked his magic, the only colored parts on the bike were the red buttons on the handlebar switches.
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