Issue 24

Yeah, I know, there’s a bloody car feature in Built. But it’s not just any old car. It’s completely handbuilt and a tribute to one of motorsport’s engineering greats called Harry Miller (check him out on Google). It would have been rude to photograph Lamb Engineering’s latest bikes and ignore such a thing of beauty just because it has too many wheels. We all love custom engineering and the level of detail in this car is mind-blowing. But don’t worry, we’re not setting a precedent here. Just appreciating some wonderful work

The rest of the issue is rammed with twowheel goodness as usual. There’s the world’s most extreme Triton, with a modern 1200cc Triumph engine stuffed into a Norton Featherbed frame, a BMW that took a race team 800 hours to build and Old Empire’s latest (and stunning) T120... plus loads more. Enjoy.

Gazza, Editor

Free Range

Lamb Engineering is famous for outrageous bikes. and they’ve made three new ones. But there’s also…a car

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Clean Lines

Simplicity is not easy. Just check out how hard Bullita Motorcycles work to achieve uncluttered lines like these…

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Creature Comforts

Old Empire Motorcycles build a more usable version of their stunning T120 project from last year. Boss Alec Sharp explains…

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