Fred Walmsley has been building and developing manx norton racers since he was 19. But all along he was planning to make this.
Built in memory of Moto Guzzi’s founder - a pilot - the latest creation from Death Machines of London is a lesson in aircraft-quality aluminium
Daniel Thomas at Lions Den Motorcycles wanted to make a statement with his company’s first major build. Mission accomplished: his Dirt Racer is a phenomenal piece of work.
These two BMW K100s were built by IMPUL S in Germany. It’s the partnership of Philipp Wulk, a photographer and lawyer, and Matthias Pittne, a master metal worker and graffiti artist. Philipp explains going down the alternative BMW path.
“Two years ago I saw the Caselli KTM built by Roland Sands Design. I’d not seen anything like it before,” says Dan Ridge about RSD’s tribute to off road racing star Kurt Caselli, who died while competing in the Baja 1000 in 2013. “I thought, ‘I can do that,’ so I decided it was time to do a project bike.”
The world’s largest coffee exporter has finally produced a worthy cafe racer. We quiz one of Brazil’s growing band of customisers about his latest build.
These guys don't do compromise. If they think a customer's idea is rubbish, the design won't get built. Simple.
Under sunny skies I get on the road to Koropi near Athens to meet Jorge of Homo Ratus (translation: Rat Man).
One of the most powerful custom bikes we’ve ever seen, this 186bhp creation is aptly named. Say hello to the Brain Eraser.
Just outside Athens is one of Europe's most innovative custom parts manufacturers. But getting it off the ground was no easy job.