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Kalup Machines: Strait Jackets & X Trousers!


What makes you different when viewed by several people walking alongside the road. These are things that will never be covered from anyone, something very simple, but it will make you look very different and not lose fans. Whatever you wear (clothing) is a simple thing but it will make you look fresh when wearing clothes that are suitable to your style while riding.

’96 Honda CB400: ZIFE Design’s Megatron!

1996 Honda CB400 Megatron Inspired Project 1

Vietnam is famous for its friendly people and has a strategic capital. Hanoi is the capital, This is a beautiful place in Asia, a city surrounded by several rivers and lakes are so beautiful that would spoil the eyes of anyone who sees it. Impressed, that’s the first look for some guy from the city of Hanoi, who called themselves “ZIFE Design”. Let’s look at their story and hope you enjoy!

’79 BMW R80 RT: Side Rock Cycles!

'79 BMW R80 RT Side Rock Cycles! 1

Very rare to get a chance to publish a bike from the country where the Cafe Racer was born. Now that opportunity has arrived and here Side Rock Cycles, the Bournemouth-based custom bike builder is officially revealing interviews their latest build, “Vanity” a ’79 BMW R80 RT Cafe Racer. I hope you enjoy!

Backstory: Stephen Heath’s Triumph Daytona 500

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Written by: Stephen HeathSoul’d out Motorcycles

Here goes. It all started about 18 months ago when a friend knocked on my door to tell me that a man that he was doing some landscaping for had an old motorbike in his garage that he wanted to get rid of, he said that it was in bits and that he thought that it was a Yamaha or something (Ed knows nothing about bikes), he wondered if I would be interested in it.

’82 Honda GL500: Wrench Kings!

'82 Honda GL500 Wrench Kings! 1

Time has passed, 35 years later. Now, you have to say that the technology offered by Honda CX series includes Honda GL500 is the best of its time. Worsened, now people vying to make the prettiest “queen without a king”. Not counted how many people who have modified into a cafe racer with their own designs and inspire yours. If you see it, this is one of the prettiest that I will show to you.

’76 Honda GL1000: Sur Les Chapeaux De Roues!

'76 Honda GL1000 Sur Les Chapeaux De Roues! 1

Ever heard of a latin guy saying “Sin Ti” which means “Without You”? A fate similar to what we will discuss in this article, a Honda GL1000. He infamous, not many motorcycle builders are willing to use this bike as their inspiration. Now, The Bike Shed says “Often for reasons of obesity, GL1000 is a cracking donor and we’ve seen a few of late. But this one seems to have that special something”.

’78 Honda CB750: Rusty Bolt Garage!

'78 Honda CB750 Rusty Bolt Garage! 1

What will you do this morning? I have no idea! read some of the emails that have missed more than a month. Almost deserted of writing activities. Now the spirit of it has been returned. Some people ask, why does not assign to it? You’re kidding, this is a personal page that I filled with my own hand works, some of you might be laughed at. So only you are the faithful who dare to wait patiently.

Ducati Monster S4: Ducati 916 Madness!

Ducati Monster S4 Ducati 916 Madness! 1

The next generation of cafe racer if you see many around, but this Ducati S4 has something really extraordinary that manages to steal the look wasn’t even a pin up by a heart attack. Marco Rebecchi, builder and the owner of this Ducati, He is a fan who does anything in his life but has always cultivated a passion for mechanics.

Shop Visit: Superior Layer Motorcycle Jeans!

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So, which motorcycle jeans that you will choose now? It’s a paradigm, if you do not have to always wear goods made in the United States, this is one great choice. Previously I had to review this product. But, this is not the right time to discuss some rival products and there is no time to promote them. Now, I have to visit, for a proof that they are real and you can try to wear it.

’98 Laverda 668: The Ghost Strike Racer!

'98 Laverda 668 The Ghost Strike Racer! 1

EXCLUSIVE, Saverio Alan Damiani probably is not the first person who plans to become famous when building a custom motorcycle. Slowly, but surely. That is the spirit which he considers sacred thing to do, he did not rush into crazy things when building a custom motorcycle. Inspired by the design of Mad Max but still embed functions. And that’s what he’s currently trying to do on a ’98 Laverda 668, an Italian Icon.