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Choppahead is an American custom bike shop in New Bedford, Massachusetts and their latest build, a traditional Triumph bobber, is for a retired US Navy Seal…
After riding across the states on one of his own creations, Taylor Art Henschell knew what he had to do: leave the rat race and build bikes.
Sam Evans worked in motorsport and car restoration before finding his true calling - building affordable custom bikes.
Kris Van Damme - son of star Jean-Claude - loves his bikes. So what better way to remember his dad's late dog Scar than build J-C an arse-kicking Triumph?
After 20 years building some of the most recognisable custom bikes in Britain, Krazy Horse boss Paul Beamish knew there was only now way to celebrate - build some more.
For the very first custom build of the new Yamaha SCR950, Yamaha turned to legendary japanese builder and california resident, Go Takamine of brat style.
Every night while his family slept, Marcus Carlsson was in the garage building his vision of a Honda street tracker. Two and half years later, it's ready...
Even by the standards of custom builders, Walid Ben Lamine is not normal. The Frenchman is an ex-race team mechanic and world championship rower with a passion for speed. Step inside the world of bad winners.
After building a reputation for producing some of the neatest customised boxer twins in the world, Kevils are branching out. One of the new builds has three wheels...
Sacha Lakic is world famous product designer but his passion is custom classics and he's just launched his own bike brand: Blacktrack
British and American customizers dominate the scene, but there are plenty of talent hotspots wlsewhere. Rajputana Customs is just one example, building bikes in Jaipur, India for a growing band of riders.
Deep in the heart of Harley-Davidson country is an ex-pat Brit building glorious customs from pre-1983 Japanese bikes.
In the depths of Norfolk sits a shed. From the outside, you'd guess it would contain a Massey Ferguson or perhaps a large heap of turnips. Instead it's home to one of the most innovative bike builders in Britain.
BMW twins have hogged the cafe racer limelight for years. Here we see why Pete Hodson from Siderock Cycles is trying out his skills on a beautiful Guzzi
With a background in industrial design and automotive engineering, Bo's experience spans pre-war to post-industrial 70s machines. As a sideline to his 'real' job, he restores and customises some ridiculously radical bikes.
The word Nozem stems from a '60s sub-culture of leather-clad youths cruising the streets of Amsterdam on bikes and rebelling against authority. Think of them as the Dutch equivalent of Rockers.
William Knoll is a man obsessed. He's an ex-fashion photographer with a passion for fabricating every part of his motorcycles himself. The results are phenomenally pure motorcycles with styling cues from cafe racers, scramblers, flat-trackers and Scandinavian furniture...
Finest custom-built motorcycles house name ever? Quite possibly. The bikes are certainly up there with the best.
Whether you're checking out a customised classic, modified retro or even a blinged sportsbike, if it's a quality build it's likely to have bolt-on parts sporting the LSL logo.