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Green with Envy part 2 ~ Return of the Cafe Racers

Green with Envy part 2 ~ Return of the Cafe Racers

HARLEY FORTY-EIGHT 'HOLLIGAN TACTICS' - ROUGH CRAFTS - BIKEXIF PHOTO - J LONG

HARLEY FORTY-EIGHT 'HOLLIGAN TACTICS' - ROUGH CRAFTS - BIKEXIF PHOTO - J LONG

‘The Trickster’ Triumph Bonneville R100 – Macco Motors,   For a century now limited production run motorcycles have been a mainstay of the industry, from companies like Bimota and Confederate who use the engines of major manufacturers to power their beasts to the Harris and Rickman Brothers who made their own frames. It has always been about offering something that little bit special,...

‘The Trickster’ Triumph Bonneville T100 – Macco Motors

‘The Trickster’ Triumph Bonneville R100 – Macco Motors, For a century now limited production run motorcycles have been a mainstay of the industry, from companies like Bimota and Confederate who use the engines of major manufacturers to power their beasts to the Harris and Rickman Brothers who made their own frames. It has always been about offering something that little bit special,...

1973 Honda XL 285 - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers & Custom motorbikes

1973 Honda XL 285

1973 Honda XL 285 - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers & Custom motorbikes

Honda CB550 - Bridge City Cycles - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers & Custom motorbikes

Honda CB550 - Bridge City Cycles

Honda CB550 - Bridge City Cycles - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Racers & Custom motorbikes

Dear Ducati ~ See this? This is what your motorcycles are supposed to look like. This is what your potential consumers want you to build. Why, oh why, over the past few years, have you insisted on shitting up your machines by covering them in too much plastic – all of which has been molded into unnecessary angles. How did you manage to ruin the Monster? And what the fuck is up with your headlights these days? Please look at this picture, and remember what you were, and what you could be.

Dear Ducati ~ See this? This is what your motorcycles are supposed to look like. This is what your potential consumers want you to build. Why, oh why, over the past few years, have you insisted on shitting up your machines by covering them in too much plastic – all of which has been molded into unnecessary angles. How did you manage to ruin the Monster? And what the fuck is up with your headlights these days? Please look at this picture, and remember what you were, and what you could be.

Honda CB 750 KZ "Beast" by Boor Custom

Honda CB 750 KZ "Beast" by Boor Custom