This bike was built by Clay Rathburn over at Atom Bomb Motorcycles, the garage is based in the historic town of Richmond, Virginia and Clay specialises in building custom vintage British motorcycles from discarded, damaged, abused and forgotten Triumph and BSA relics.
This bike is based on a classic Italian SWM Enduro motorcycle powered by a 280cc Rotax 2-stroke, he built the bike for his 17 year old daughter although there’s nothing girly about the finished bike.
This bike, a cafe racer called “Motobee” was built by Walt in 2010, it’s based on a 1983 Harley-Davidson Sportster but as with all Siegl builds, not much of the original bike remains.
PainTTless is one of those motorcycles that comes along every now and then than makes even jaded, cynical motorcycle journalists stop and think.
So it appears that the modern trend of raking out the front forks on motorcycles isn’t as modern as we all thought. This picture dates back to October 1910 and it clearly shows a chap who’s heavily modified a motorcycle into the “Bojete Chopper”.
The Rossmeyer Flyer was built by Jesse Rooke for Bruce Rossmeyer, a very well-known Harley-Davidson dealership owner, the bike itself is a classic Rooke design with elements of board-tracker, chopper and cruiser all integrated without any one element overpowering the design.
This bike, dubbed “Nero”, is one of the most unusual CJ750s we’ve seen. The team at Bandit 9 went all out on the build, they started with a full engine and transmission rebuild…
Old Empire Motorcycles is a brilliant little boutique garage based in Norfolk, England. They’re fairly new and this is their first publicly available custom motorcycle, it’s been dubbed “The Pup” in memory of the infamous WWI fighter plane, the Sopwith Pup.
Mickey Rourke’s bike is just about as interesting as you might expect, Mickey Rourke himself seems to have been around forever, he exploded back onto the scene recently with a breakaway performance…
We featured the Nortorious by Goldammer Cycle Works earlier this week and it caused all of our regular reader’s eyes to explode out of their faces, bounce off their monitors and land on their keyboards….
The first thing many of you are probably thinking is “he spelt ‘Friday’ wrong”, it’s what I thought too when I came across this fantastic Scrambler custom over on 8negro last week.
This modified 1950 Nimbus Bobber is the brainchild of Kim Scholer, a Danish man who says he chose the 22hp inline 4 due to the fact that it isn’t fast enough to get him into trouble. It’s hard to place the Nimbus into any particular category…