“The hills are alive with the sound of Triumph!” THIS SLIGHTLY MODIFIED opening line from the world renowned theme from the ‘60’s movie ‘The sound of music’ sort of illustrates the origin of this build. Although his name might suggest otherwise, Gabriel Alares is a Stockholm based … [Read more...] about A songsmith tuned Triumph
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Once upon a time in the Winter Dark SCANDINAVIAN countries are known for their long dark winters. Causing those Viking knights to take refuge in their homes, only to come back out again in Spring. As a Head of Design at a Norwegian distillery, Swedish born (but 1/4th Norwegian..) David Höök is … [Read more...] about Fascinating Dull Boy
We put it in the layaway For some mysterious reason this project ended up at the bottom of our stack and remained there for too long. With our sincere apologies to our friend Riko Loos we decided it was still a bike worth publishing a post on. It is not so often we get to write about a Honda … [Read more...] about CB 350 F fueled by Riko
The last couple of years I've seen custom bike shops pop-up everywhere. Some could be classified as one-day flies, but some are definitely here to stay. Toma Customs from Brussels (Belgium) is one of the latter category. He's delivering bike after bike (also see this and this bike from Toma … [Read more...] about BMW K1100 Brat by Toma Customs
Industrial Moto's first build was a 250 Suzuki cafe racer. It was purchased locally in Virginia by a guy who had never ridden a motorcycle before. Since that time he has completed a motorcycle trip across Vietnam and put many miles on his Suzuki closer to home. When he decided it was time to move … [Read more...] about BMW K75 by Industrial Moto