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Tips & Tricks for Outdoor Photography

Outdoor photography can be tricky, especially when trying to capture a great shot of a person and the environment they are in. The majority of my …

The Factory Five 818 ain't your father's Cobra kit car

With WRX power and a minuscule curb weight, it's not for amateurs.<p>More than twenty-five years ago, Factory Five was founded with a pretty simple purpose: Give people a chance to build their dream car using Factory Five'skit, a wrecked example of a high-performance car that was built in large …

Kawasaki W800 x Wrenchmonkees

You can find a passion for motorcycles in the unlikeliest of locations—even on a small island in SE Asia still reeling from decades of civil war. That’s where the owner of this bike lives, a man who wanted a low-key custom capable of tackling rough roads.<p>It’s one of the more unusual commissions to …

Motorcycles

Yamaha XT600Z by Plan B

Lying forgotten in the corner of a garage in Italy, this 1988 Yamaha XT600Z was on life support before Christian Moretti of Plan B Motorcycles decided to apply the defibrillators. Not that he wasn’t up for the challenge. According to Christian, Plan B was born from a philosophy of Nothing To Lose. …

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Suzuki GN400 custom

This 1981 Suzuki GN400 is one of those increasingly rare custom motorcycles that was built for under $1,000—without actually <i>looking like</i> it was built for under $1,000. The donor bike was an old GN400 thumper that old friends Chris Errecart and Adam Bendig found on Craigslist; it wasn’t running, but …

Motorcycles

Honda CB400 by Classified Moto

Classified Moto is one of the breakthrough builders of the past couple of years. John Ryland’s stubby, purposeful aesthetic has attracted a legion of fans (plus the media attention to match) and the order book is full.<p>Ryland grades his bikes according to the amount of work involved, and this 1981 …

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