stuff we drool about

Triumph Scrambler 2010

Inspired by the 60s Triumph off-road sports motorcycles that were stripped down for racing, the Scrambler has a unique look and feel all of its own. Triumph’s legendary air cooled, 865cc, parallel twin features modern fuel injected and with a 270 degree firing order for a distinctive exhaust note through the stylish high swept chromed side pipes you can’t fail to notice.



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FERN TOURING BIKE | Image

FERN TOURING BIKE

Fern is a small touring bicycle and component manufacturer based in Berlin - Germany. It was founded by two traveling cyclists / design graduates – Flo and Phillip – who after thousands of miles on the road together wanted to put their touring experience into making their own practical and beautiful bikes for fellow travelers. Fern was born out of friendship, a shared lust for adventure, and curiosity. Their signature bike is the "Chacha” named after a Georgian Moun...
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1975 HONDA CB 550 | BY SEAWEED & GRAVEL | Image

1975 HONDA CB 550 | BY SEAWEED & GRAVEL

Our latest custom build crush comes from Seaweed and Gravel, a custom motorcycle workshop in southern California. The 1975 Honda CB 550 was stripped to its basics and rebuilt as a simple, clean, minimalist bike with an aggressive, low stance. The matte black paint job is beautifully complemented with satin and gloss finishes, with stylish brown leather details to add some contrast....
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KAWASAKI KZ400 | BY LA CORONA MOTORCYCLES | Image

KAWASAKI KZ400 | BY LA CORONA MOTORCYCLES

La Corona Motorcycles is our latest custom motorcycle workshop discovery, they are based in Barcelona - Spain. Their portfolio is small but impressive, and most conversions are simple but sweet. Our pick from their work is this beautiful Kawasaki KZ400, stripped from all non-essential and bulky items. With simplified engineering and appealing neutral color scheme this is a true beauty. Check out La Corona Motorcycles website for more of their fine work....
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