Category Archives: Bikes

1928 BMW R62

Before BMW was a car manufacturer, the name was known for aircraft engines. After World War I, restrictions set by the Versailles Treaty barred BMW from aircraft production, which is why in 1923 the company moved to producing motorcycles – that was the best thing

Ducati 1199 Panigale by Ortolani Customs

Upon one glance, I realized that the Ducati 1199 Panigale by Ortolani Customs will redefine custom motorcycles forever. The Polished Ducati puts out a refined sense of luxury, complemented by Italian brawn and French styling. The looks alone hint towards some serious thrills, worth talking

BMW R nineT by Analog Motorcycles

Although the weather does not agree with me and motorcycle fans in general, as Spring seems to have been replaced with a mad scientist’s laboratory – one that loves cold, snow and so on – the BMW R nineT by Analog Motorcycles really gets my

BMW S 1000 RR by Motokouture Motorcycles

More is always better, at least when horsepower is involved. BMW Motorrad will allow riders to experience 199 hp if you go for the BMW S 1000 RR, but some of us really want more. The BMW S 1000 RR by Motokouture Motorcycles is what the

Confederate Hellcat by Revival Motorcycles

Another day, another cool project to drool over. This time, I’m going to go ahead and focus my attention on the Confederate Hellcat by Revival Motorcycles. The hand-formed and CNC machined metallic machine looks shiny and all around attractive, but does it have the power to

1999 Yamaha YZF-R1 by Lazareth

All hail the gods of automotive engineering and the stunning 1999 Yamaha YZF-R1 by Lazareth. The most important truth of our lives is to be who you want to be and not feel ashamed about it. With that in mind, I can’t help but bow

1947 Triumph Grand Prix Racer

Motorcycle manufacturer Triumph has been known to cause a few waves with their rides, and although the company’s involvement in factory racing came to an end in the 1920s who’s to say taking a Triumphs to the track is not allowed? During WWII, Triumph supplied

Mugen Shinden Roku

The Mugen Shinden Roku is the Japanese firm’s sixth entry into the Isle of Man TT. Obviously, this bike was meant to race, and it’s boasting a cultural yet dangerous vibe about itself – you know what I mean, don’t you? Did I mention this beast