BMW Motorrad Vision DC roadster In our motorcycle community it has always been petrol and noise what has been binding us together. But times are changing and we just have to adopt. I never thought I would be writing a piece on an electric motorcycle and feel good about it. But then again, … [Read more...] about A new roadstar is born
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Apocalypse tomorrow The team at Droog Moto have a knack for designing bikes with a unique flavour. The bulky tyres, the dark colour schemes and the overall ominous looks of their bikes are clear trademarks of the Washington team. The owners first name ‘Max’ is well deserved and fits the image of … [Read more...] about Droog’s Hayabossa
FIVE HUNDRED HOURS were spent building this dream machine. Life started off as a relatively modest Honda CB900 FF back in 1981. When its current owner, Minneapolis resident James Berrau, purchased the machine he was planning to execute just a few changes to transform the bike into a … [Read more...] about Tokyo Nights and the best of all worlds
Always build in CAPITALS! Our friends from the Polish outfit have every right to write their company name in capitals. But just as much to use the capital ‘T’ indicating their latest build! The creativity of this gang from the Southwest of Poland is extraordinary. The bikes that leave the … [Read more...] about RnineT by UNIKAT 1/1
Spanish styled Yamahas “Why submit one if you can write about three in the same post”? That’s what Juan Carlos from San Sebastian based Café Racer SSpirit answered to my question why he wanted us to write about the bikes featured in this article. He had sent us a note about the bikes and … [Read more...] about Three of a kind (but very different)