Ducati 860 GT by Made In Italy Motorcycles

Ducati 860 GT by Made In Italy Motorcycles

In the sleepy English country town of Stowmarket you’ll find one of the world’s top Ducati specialists: Made In Italy Motorcycles. For thirty years John Fallon has been buying, selling and restoring Ducatis—and we’ve finally snared a set of images that show the incredible quality… Read more »

The Top 10 Custom Motorcycles of 2014

The Top 10 Custom Motorcycles of 2014

2014 was the year that customs moved into the mainstream. Nearly every major motorcycle brand has been working with independent builders: some publicly, and some privately. Yamaha and BMW are visibly throwing their weight behind the scene, while the Italians are working behind closed doors.… Read more »

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Clean Maschine: Urban Motor’s rakish R80

Clean Maschine: Urban Motor’s rakish R80

Every year, 120,000 motorcycles roll off the production line in BMW’s giant Berlin factory. But some of the most interesting Beemers come from a tiny workshop just 15 kilometers to the east, on the banks of the River Spree. That’s where you’ll find Urban Motor‘s… Read more »

New York cafe: 1979 Moto Guzzi LeMans

New York cafe: 1979 Moto Guzzi LeMans

If you live in New York and love vintage European machinery, we have a name for you: Peter Boggia. He’s the man behind Moto Borgotaro, a Brooklyn-based shop that handles everything from regular maintenance to full restorations and café racer builds. Boggia is one of… Read more »

That ’70s Show: new Bonneville, vintage style

That ’70s Show: new Bonneville, vintage style

Most builders rhapsodize about their bikes, scattering superlatives like autumn leaves on a country road. Kev Taggart describes his Triumph Bonneville T100 as “Small, squat, and tough as old boots.” Kev can afford to be blunt. He’s one half of the English workshop Spirit of… Read more »

Stealthy: Renard’s custom Harley 1200

Stealthy: Renard’s custom Harley 1200

Unless you’ve been living under a lump of naturally occurring solid aggregate, you’ll know that scramblers are all the rage right now. And by ‘scramblers’ we loosely mean bikes with a go-anywhere attitude, upright ergonomics and retro-cool looks. A Harley 1200 is not the obvious… Read more »

Enter Sandman: French Atelier’s Yamaha TW125

Enter Sandman: French Atelier’s Yamaha TW125

The Yamaha TW125 is one of the oddities of the motorcycling world. It’s short, high-ridin’ and underpowered. It doesn’t sound promising—but over the past 15 years, the TW125 has built up a strong fan base. And if you’ve ridden a fat-tired TW over the sand… Read more »

Hot Picks: Women’s Motorcycle Gear

Hot Picks: Women’s Motorcycle Gear

Many of our female readers have asked for a roundup of the best motorcycle gear for women. So here it is, written by one of our favorite motojournalists, the Motolady. Even with the growth of the women’s population within the motorcycle industry, the general consensus… Read more »