Icon Motorcycles You may have never heard of them, Icon Motorcycles. The Netherlands-based outfit has dedicated itself completely to building classic British café racers. At Icon they don't just produce motorcycles; they go back deep into history. They let their hands do the work and put their soul … [Read more...] about Modern classic: Triumph Bonneville – Triton “Legend”
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UNIK Edition Motorcycles UNIK Edition Custom Motorcycles in Lisbon, Portugal is known for a wide range of interesting builds. As a matter of fact, they do more than just building custom bikes. With a full-blown workshop and an official dealership, they truly are a jack of all trades. One of their … [Read more...] about UNIK Motorcycles XT600 “133” Balaklava
Wait, who? ARCTOS. Ancient Greek for “bear”, at least, that’s what our translator says. It is also the name of the brand-new group that has emerged from a small valley in the Swiss Emmental region. Aside from the famous cheese, this area is also known for the traditional craftsmanship workshops, as … [Read more...] about ARCTOS Moto Guzzi V9 Racer
Another one We see a great number of modified and customised Triumphs in our mailbox and to be honest, we really can’t get enough of them. As we see more Triumph builds, our expectations unintentionally increase to new heights. When we first received the pictures of the Triumph Speed Triple we are … [Read more...] about Shed-build: Triumph Speed Triple “Paleo” from the Netherlands
The Roll Royce of motorcycles Every serious motorcyclist will have heard the name at one point in his life: ‘Brough Superior’. George Brough was the son of William Brough, an English motorcycle producer who had been building motorbikes in England since the turn of the century. But growing up … [Read more...] about Brough Superior; Rolls Royce of motorcycles