One of the coolest things about the motorcycle industry is the people you meet in it. For most of them, motorcycling isn’t a job, it’s a way of life, and something that they live out even when they clock out. Heath Cofran, who’s a communications pro for gearmaker Alpinestars, is one of the guys, and his Ducati…
Maxwell Hazan ha built some of the most beautiful and recognizable motorcycles and his latest, “The Musket,” is certainly a looker. This short film shows some of the process of the bike being conceptualized and built.
There is a reason why sportbikes are long, keep a lot of weight over the front, and have front ends that don’t turn a ton and have beefy steering stabilizers: it’s so you don’t kill yourself. But, if you’re going to kill yourself, doing it on a Ducati Panigale-powered Grom is a great way to do it.
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...…
There are 85 million Honda Super Cubs in existence but, thanks to Deus Japan, only one that looks like this. Meet the Firefly.
With the well of disposable income drying up, the "custom" chopper fad is waning hard. So, pitching a "Super Chopper" to "make every second of your life absolutely wonderful and truly extraordinary" smacks of desperation.
The Vespa scooter has a classically appreciable shape. Portuguese craftsman Carlos Alberto managed to fashion one from laminated hardwood. The result is stunningly beautiful.
David Coker is an easy talking fellow from Tennessee with a passion for blending the old and the new. His company, Newstalgia Wheel, deals in all those classic style wheels you just gotta have for your hot rod. As a means of showing off those new old stock wheels, he's brought a just finished custom chopper up to the …