Exotic Machines Ducati’s are known for building some of the world’s most aesthetically pleasing and high-performance motorcycles. The comparison with Italian car manufacturers such as Ferrari is easily made. Due to their racing heritage, the engineers at Ducati know exactly what it takes to make a … [Read more...] about A Ducati 1198 S Corse Café Racer built by Radical Ducati in France
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From Amsterdam to Madrid Several years ago, I rode across Europe on a modified Triumph Bonneville T100 while moving from Amsterdam to Madrid. Shortly after my arrival, I discovered a ‘just opened’ local motor shop called ‘Irons Café Racer’ ran by Miguel and his wife Natalia. Their little helper … [Read more...] about Visit to Irons Cafe Madrid
Unusual suspect The Yamaha XS400 is not a bike that is particularly popular or well-known with bikers. It was built and sold between 1978 and 1987, and was in fact preceded by the XS360. Severely overshadowed by its more successful siblings at that time, the XT500 and XS650, Yamaha did manage to … [Read more...] about Sleek Yamaha XS400 Café Brat by Marfil Moto
Not the first time Last year a guy by the name Bob Kelly called Sean Skinner, the top-gun and at Motorelic, couldn't stop raving about a previously built 1979 Kawasaki KZ he saw on the internet. He asked if he could ship a donor bike and get started. At first his thought was "Ugh, that was so much … [Read more...] about A luscious red Kawasaki KZ1000 by Motorelic
BikeBrewers scoop ‘maiden ride’ The Tamarit team from Spain have their very own view on custom building. In a relatively short period of time the Alicante based workshop have managed to carve out a very special niche in the world of customization. Their 81st build is yet again proof of their … [Read more...] about ‘The Gotham’ by Tamarit & MotoShare