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    Ducati 749 by Shed-X

    Staunch Ducatistas might balk at the idea of ripping the bodywork off a 749. Neil and Jim at Shed-X don’t seem to mind too much…

    Mr Martini Shorty

    One of Italy’s most prolific custom builders is Verona-based Nicola Martini, better known as Mr Martini. He specializes in Triumph customs, and his Super Cooper—which…

    Top 5 Triumph Scrambler customs

    Triumph’s Bonneville-based ‘modern classics’ range has been a hit with riders and builders since its launch in 2001. Initially released as a carbureted 790cc parallel…

    Ducati flat track racer

    Every now and then, I get an email from a gentleman called Seth Dorfler, who is well known in US motorcycling circles. Dorfler presides over…

    A Ducati for the Flat Track

    Believe it or not, this muscular-looking Ducati started life as a 2007 GT1000. Then it went into the workshop of Ohio-based Lloyd Brothers Motorsports. They…

    Yamaha XS400 tracker

    It’s usually Yamaha’s XS650 that gets the custom treatment, so it’s nice to see a smaller capacity XS get a workover. This tracker-style machine has…

    Mule “Stealth” Street-Tracker

    By David Edwards—Here’s the latest street-tracker from Richard Pollock at Mule Motorcycles, a 1200 Harley nicknamed “Stealth” due to its black and dark-gray color scheme.…

    Co-Built flat track racer

    Co-Built is one of those companies quietly bubbling under, deserving of a higher profile. They’re three guys based in Oxford in England, and they build…

    VD Classic SR500 Tracker

    Jean François Vicente has been creating custom parts and designing whole bikes since 1991. His VD Classic workshop is in the Alsace town of Fegersheim,…

    Yamaha SR500 tracker

    Giannis of Speed Junkies bought this 1981 SR500 from an owner who thought the bike had a transmission problem—but it just needed a clutch adjustment.…

    KTM Tracker by Roland Sands

    I’m surprised we don’t see more KTMs on the custom scene. Maybe it’s because the Austrian bikes offer great performance straight out of the box,…

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