In the third issue of Built, we're celebrating 20 years of Krazy Horse, Britain’s number one custom bike dealership, there’s machines from Rickman Buell, XTR Pepo and Death Machines and the latest selection of builds from Yamaha’s Yard Build custom bike programme.
We visit custom bike shop The Foundry Motor on our tour of Cornwall, meet the custom crew in Paris and Wisconsin, and meet Karles Vives, who’s tour company Scram Africa organises trips into the desert for classic and neo-classic bike riders.
Look forward to event reports from Bike Shed London, Malle Mile and The Hot Hayride, the launch of Deus’ latest flick ‘South to Sian’, plus there’s fashions from Pike Brothers, Urban Rider and Dickies Urban Workwear.
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Meet Foundry Motorcycle's Tom Simpson, an engineer who creates art from metal and is the genial host of one of the south coast's great biking destinations.
Death Machines of London have brought life to the remains of a 2007 Triumph Thruxton 900i and turned it into something truly exquisite
It started in a garden shed and has evolved into one of the biggest custom bike shops in Britain. This is the extraordinary story of Paul Beamish’s Krazy Horse
Paul's staff practice what they preach. Here are some of their incredible bikes...
More space. More bikes. More people. The Bike Shed at Tobacco Dock in London just gets better and better
Yamaha have embraced the retro custom movement with a passion and they proved it again at Wheels and Waves in Biarritz. This year the crowds were greeted by new bikes , special builds and even a full on flat track race …
What an event: sprints, 12m banking and a flying BSA
Rather than sit around waiting for the winter months to pass, these Americans fire up their vintage Harleys and go ice racing
The West Country is chock full of artisans. Bulit seeks them out while dodging storms on a pair of Harleys
London & live: A party hosted by girls on bikes? We’re there
Adding a hillclimb to the original drag race format took The Malle Mile to a whole new – and brilliant – level
For 50 years Britain’s most innovative nutcases have gathered at Santa Pod to race up the strip. Dragstalgia celebrates this glorious heritage, and gives youngsters a chance to challenge the old boys…