The custom motorcycle scene can often feel not very “custom,” with so many bikes looking like the same versions of one another. But every once in a while, we come across one that is so different or better, it stops us dead in our tracks. Such is the case with this Revival Cycles BMW Landspeeder.
The funny thing about custom motorcycles is how often they end up looking so similar. When MotoCorsa, the top selling Ducati dealership in the nation, was asked to be a part of Ducati’s Custom Rumble contest, they wanted to put the “custom” back in custom. Meet the Hello Kitty-themed Scrambler, and boy is it...…
Some ambitious owners have already slapped new mufflers on the 2016 Toyota Tacoma, but MagnaFlow is claiming the first true dyno-tuned 50-state legal exhaust system for the new truck..
There are 85 million Honda Super Cubs in existence but, thanks to Deus Japan, only one that looks like this. Meet the Firefly.
Everybody loves a good Gulf livery, but how excellent is the old-school grille on this F-150? Also, extra points for orange light bar. [Image: Galpin Auto Sports]
U.S. Specialty Vehicles is offering a rebody for the Ford Super Duty that effectively turns the pickup into an oligarch assault vehicle. Not sure about its actual war readiness but it’s certainly going to scare the hell out of your neighbor’s Range Rover.
I disapprove of your decision to turn brake lights into skull eyes, but I’ll defend your right to do it. Within reason, people. Nobody wants to clean your ass off the pavement because they couldn’t see that Halloween decoration blinking across the highway. So we’ve got some tips for doing custom lighting properly.
As of November 2015, U.S. Speciality Vehicles is taking orders on the Rhino XT. It’s a complete off-road luxury conversion for the current Jeep Wrangler that transforms it into a dead-ringer for the Hummer HX concept from 2008.
This offensive nest of metal plates is allegedly the latest Red Bull mobile party machine. They were going for “armored moon vehicle,” how are we feeling about that?
We’ve seen a few renderings and bits to make the 2015 Chevy Colorado a little more exciting, but this “400 horsepower” supercharged desert toy is my favorite modified version of the mid-sized truck so far.
I built a motorcycle, I bought a van and then I left...I left my job, my friends, my fiancée, my dogs and every other thing that brought me comfort.
First, Yamaha teased the XSR700 with the Shinya Kimura “Faster Son” FZ-07 concept. Now it looks like they’re set to do the same with this Roland Sands “Faster Wasp” FZ-09 build for the upcoming XSR900.
We know today’s Jeep Wrangler Unlimited as a four-door. But before that came out in 2007, the “Unlimited” was a long wheelbase two-door. That stretched setup was eliminated with the introduction of the current Wrangler bodystyle (JK), but the aftermarket’s just brought it back and it looks awesome.
This 2016 Hyundai Tucson customized by Rockstar Performance Garage looks pretty cool: “Softroad” SUV with a solid but subtle stance, meaty tires, LED bar. You’re looking at exactly What’s Hot Right Now in off-road aftermarket pimping.
It takes more than just a bunch of LEDs to stand out in the Japanese tuner car world. Like a holographic wrap, flamethrower exhaust, and a Lamborghini Aventador somewhere underneath all that. Merciful mushrooms look at this thing.
This life-sized Hot Wheels looking thing is the Hainan Xiaohuohua. It may not be as fast as it looks, but some dude and his dad knocked this thing out with about a year of work and $5,000 of parts. And hey, it drives!
We can talk about how bad we all want a Jeep Wrangler pickup, how insane it is to spend $178,000 on something just a few short years ahead of a horse-drawn carriage, or we can bask in the glory of what may be the most beast modern Jeep on Earth.
I left Wisconsin full of energy. I had left my job and loaded my bike and all my gear in the back of the van and said my goodbyes...I had started my journey.
I initially dismissed the the 2015 Chevy Colorado Trail Boss press release because no ZR2, no care. Then I saw that roll bar! It’s definitely not a safety device but it is the first OEM pickup truck roll bar that’s come out since, I think, I’ve been old enough to read. Come on automakers, bring these babies back!