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Suzuki ST400 by Speedtractor

Tokyo has one of the world’s most vibrant custom motorcycle scenes. It’s dominated by names like An-Bu, Ritmo Sereno, Sanctuary and Sundance. But here’s a new entrant worth keeping an eye on—Speedtractor.<p>This Suzuki ST400 Tempter is one of Speedtractor’s first builds, and it’s a beauty, in a chunky …

Too good not to repost... CB125 from @murdockmoonrow #openroad13

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Triumph bobber by Southsiders

These days, you don’t often see hardtails getting thrashed around dirt tracks. But this Triumph T120-based machine is not only a daily rider, but also throws up rooster tails on a regular basis.<p>The bike is owned by a French BMX rider who now runs a surf-and-moto shop in Toulouse. Christophe wanted …

Honda CB450 K1 by Ellaspede

Brisbane is Australia’s third biggest city. It’s the capital of Queensland, the unfeasibly huge ‘sunshine state.’ Queensland is also an idyllic environment for motorcycles, so let’s turn our attention to the brightest star on the local custom scene: Ellaspede.<p>Ellaspede’s latest build is this 1968 …

Analog Yamaha SR500

Tony Prust of Analog Motorcycles has built his reputation with a raft of elegant, mid-capacity customs: the perfect bikes for barhopping and cruising around town. This 1979 Yamaha SR500 has more of a raw edge though, and a name to match—‘Bruto.’ It was commissioned by Mark Wator, who wanted a …

Co-Built Triumph Bonneville

Co-Built are famous in the UK for building flat track motorcycles—the type that go fast and turn left. But they’re also a dab hand at customizing road bikes, like this 2003 Triumph Bonneville.<p>There’s nothing radical in this build. But it shows what can be done on a reasonable budget by a builder …

Triumph 6T custom by Baron's

With all the attention on the ‘new wave’ custom scene, it’s sometimes easy to overlook the older workshops that have been quietly operating for years or decades. One of those shops is The Baron’s Speed Shop in London. It’s run by Dick Smith, who has forgotten more than most people know about …

Vintage style motorcycle: the Black Douglas

Take the A51 <i>autostrada</i> out of Milan, and half an hour later you’ll arrive in the small town of Brugarolo. It’s home to one of Italy’s more unusual bike manufacturers, the Black Douglas Motorcycle Company.<p>Black Douglas makes vintage-style motorcycles with a distinctly English appearance, like the …

Suzuki Thunder 125 custom

In 2012, just over seven million new motorcycles were sold in Indonesia. To put that into perspective, it’s around <i>fifteen times</i> as many bikes sold in the USA. But Indonesia’s 240 million inhabitants are still poor by Western standards: most earn less than US$2 a day. They just happen to be crazy …

Dime City Cycles Bonneville

The 50s and 60s were arguably the best years of British motorcycling. Invariably finished in black and chrome, the bikes repeatedly pushed the envelope of engineering—until the Japanese arrived. It was a golden era, and it’s the inspiration for the latest build from Dime City Cycles—the …

Ton-Up Garage 'Urban Pearl'

There must be something in the water (or the <i>gasolina</i>) on the Iberian Peninsula. The custom motorcycle scene in Spain is booming, and Portugal is not far behind. This is the latest build from Porto’s Ton-Up Garage; it’s a classy Triumph Bonneville T100 that could pass as a desirable limited edition …

Honda CB550F Super Sport

Nelspruit is a remote town in South Africa’s former Eastern Transvaal, surrounded by citrus groves and miles from anywhere. There’s no custom motorcycle scene to speak of, but on the up side, Nelspruit is surrounded by some of the country’s best motorcycling roads. And on those roads, you’ll find …