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April 30, 11:14 AM

The difference between Café, Tracker, Scrambler, Brat, & rat bikes

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Submoto goes through the basic differences between Cafe Racers, Street Trackers, Scramblers, Brat style, and Rat bikes How to build a Café Racer: ...
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April 29, 12:12 PM

Fury Honda CB750 Cafe Racer

It's true. Sometimes the simple things in life are often the best. Take for example this super clean CB750 build from Montreal based workshop Clockwork Motorcycles. No clutter, no mess, no flair.
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April 29, 11:12 AM

Riverside Projects CX500

Source: thebikeshed.cc
Hurtling round the congested streets of London in the middle of winter, over-sized crates strapped to the back of their ‘Plastic Maggots’, the dispatch riders of the ’80s and ’90s gave zero consideration to the way their rides looked.
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April 29, 5:47 AM

Völser Customs XS650

Source: thebikeshed.cc
Some folk make our lives very easy indeed. This Brat-tastic XS650 is a local London build, put together by friend of the ‘Shed Marcel Ortmans.
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April 28, 12:12 PM

CX500 by Relic Motorcycles

CX500 by the new brand Relic Motorcycles in Aahrus - Denmark
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April 28, 11:12 AM

Eye Candy: Two New Walt Siegl Leggeros

We make no apologies: we’re featuring the latest two customs from Walt Siegl because we can’t tear our eyes away from them. And we’re not alone—a few days ago, Wall Street Journal reporter Jonathan Welsh fell for the charms of these Ducatis too.
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April 28, 10:07 AM

‘Art of The Italian Two Wheel’ – Stuart Parr

Imagine for a second that you’ve made it. Whether it be through sheer luck, hard work or divine skill, you’ve reached a point in your life where you have everything you’ll ever need – maybe even a little more.
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April 28, 10:04 AM

Geert's CX500

Geert Billiet's 1978 garage built CX500 Cafe Racer - Bruges, Belgium
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April 28, 10:03 AM

Fuller Moto’s Minty Fresh Norton Commando 750

The Handbuilt Motorcycle show rocked Austin, Texas earlier this month. As the name implies, the show was filled to the brim with custom motorcycles—including this show-stopping Norton Commando 750 from Fuller Moto.
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April 28, 10:03 AM

Slate Hammer Harley Cafe Racer

Over the past few years Taiwanese workshop Rough Crafts have achieved amazing things in the world of custom motorcycles.
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April 28, 10:02 AM

Electrifying: Digital Directiv’s custom Ducati

If you could buy a brand new Ducati SportClassic today, what would it look like? We reckon it’d be very similar to this—a rapid custom from electrical whizz Joe Tessitore of Digital Directiv.
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April 28, 5:47 AM

‘84 Suzuki GR650 – Anvil Motociclette

Want a quick and easy way to sort bikers into ‘buyers’ and ‘builders’? It’s easy – just talk about a tragically unpopular model. See, a buyer will judge a bike on its factory form.
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April 12, 4:11 PM

Live Fast: Kott Motorcycles’ racy Thruxton

From his home base in California, Dustin Kott’s earned a reputation for building café racers with exceptional proportions. So when Ryan Reynolds was looking to add another bike to his already enviable collection, Dustin got the call.
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April 10, 4:39 PM

de Palma 01

Source: thebikeshed.cc
Yesterday in the UK: that was it. The first day of the year when the sun shone bright, the asphalt was dry and doubts about lateral grip made way for mile wide smiles.
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April 10, 4:38 PM

Macco Motors Spike

Source: thebikeshed.cc
When Peter Williams designed, cast and raced his own magnesium alloy wheels back in 1974, while every other bike on the grid was still sporting wire-spoked rims, he did so for one reason: chasing tenths.
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April 10, 4:37 PM

‘72 Honda CB750 – Rocker Classic Motorcycles

There any many things in this world that you could class as overdue. Peace in the Middle East, for one. A decent Nicole Kidman film would also be nice. And Nickleback announcing that they are breaking up has been overdue for about twenty years now.
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April 10, 4:36 PM

‘87 BMW R100 – Skrunkwerks

Written by Marlon Slack.
I like just about every bike featured on Pipeburn.
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April 8, 11:39 AM

OEM/ODFU OSPREY

Source: thebikeshed.cc
A little practicality in life goes a long way.
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April 8, 11:39 AM

‘02 Harley Sportster – DP Customs

Arizona’s Del Prado brothers, long-time Pipeburners and well-known metal pornographers, have just dropped another killer build into our laps – this time in the form of a gold, caféd Harley Sportster.
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April 7, 1:56 PM

Richard Hammond’s Triton

Source: silodrome.com
The Triton is almost certainly the most famous motorcycle to have never been built in a factory – the name came from a contraction of Triumph (who supplied the engine) and Norton (who supplied the Featherbed frame).
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April 7, 10:37 AM

Ducati 900SS by Wrenchmonkees

Ducati 900 SS by Wrenchmonkees - Denmark (Should I say more?)
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April 7, 10:34 AM

The Triumph Salt Racer

Go on, admit it. You saw that ‘World’s Fastest Indian’ movie all those years ago and you now secretly dream of taking a bike to the salt flats and twisting the throttle until it won’t twist any more. Just you, the salt, the sky and the speed.
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April 7, 10:34 AM

BMW R nineT by MotoKouture

Source: silodrome.com
The BMW R nineT was released by BMW Motorrad in 2014 to target the rapidly expanding retro motorcycle market, the model is an interesting look back for BMW – a marque much more famous for its use of cutting edge technology in new models.
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April 7, 8:20 AM

Venier’s Moto Guzzi V65: Better Than Factory?

If you love the style of vintage motorcycles but blanch at the prospect of the maintenance and repair, Stefano Venier has the answer for you.
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