lundi 28 décembre 2015
CUSTOM BIKES OF THE WEEK
A street tracker Harley Dyna, a supercharged Nimbus from Denmark, and a stunning Triumph Bonneville tribute to Eddie Mulder. These are the bikes that revved our engines this week.
ClayMoto Suzuki SV650 The SV650 has long been regarded as one of the best bikes for new riders—and enthusiasts on a budget. Its torquey v-twin is almost bulletproof, and what it lacks in style, it makes up for with comfort and performance.
Kraus Motor Co. Harley ‘Dynamite’ Satya Kraus is a builder focused on high-end engineering, crafting the in-house components that bear his name. But occasionally he’ll use his Santa Rosa, California workshop to build a mean test bed.
DuongDoan’s Design Suzuki GN250 Just three weeks ago, DuongDoan’s Designsnagged our attention with their rough and tumble Suzuki GN250 scrambler. Now the Hanoi-based shop is wowing us with their elegant side: this GN125 cafe.
Odin’s Fury: Nimbus Bonneville racer Piloting a piece of handmade, functional, engineered art along a bed of salt, in search of speed, will never cease to captivate. Aside from the landscape, the pursuit itself may be the essence of motorcycling: It’s pure and simple.
Eddie Mulder Tribute by British Customs I daydream about taking a turn behind the bars of every build in this series from British Customs. It seems only natural to imagine how well they would perform, if given the chance. With this new street tracker from the Gardena, California company, I don’t need to dream: I can tell you exactly how it rides.