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Bike Exif 2014 Wall Calendar

Bike EXIF, the premier showcase for custom motorcycles and cafe racers have made available  the 2014 edition of the famous Bike EXIF wall calendar. This year´s edition is larger than in the past, it measures a substantial 17 x 12 inches, and is beautifully illustrated with some of the coolest builds from renowned workshops such as Classified Moto, Wrenchmonkees, Rough Crafts and others. Available now from amazon.

Available in Europe here

Here’s a quick run-down of the featured bikes:

"This year’s calendar includes: Classified Moto KT600, Kaffeemaschine "Caffettiera d’oro,” Wrenchmonkees Monkeefist, Walt Siegl Leggero Series, Mike Salek-built Honda CB750 custom, Rough Crafts Knucklehead, Cafe Racer Apollo Dreams (based on a Honda XR600), Factory Metal Works "MQQN Machine,” KDI Cycles CB550F, Luka Cimolini-built BMW R80/7, Wilkinson Brothers’ BMW R75/6, and a Mark Huang-built Yamaha XS650.”




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