Category Archives: Bikes

Ducati Diavel Diesel

Times have really changed; could you have imagined a while back a performance motorcycle powered by diesel fuel? The Ducati Diavel Diesel breaks all rules and boundaries, but not in the way you would imagine – no, this is not a diesel engine with a

BMW R100R by Dust Custom Motorcycles

Beer and motorcycles are fine things, although they’re best enjoyed separately – a cold one while the bike is cooling down seems to have a marvelous appeal. Rob Cameron, the man behind Wylam Brewery, knows this well, which is why he decided it was high time

MV Agusta Dragster 800 “Blackout”

Seems like the proper name for a stunning bike, designed to make the fainthearted pass out in utter awe. The Motor Bike Expo in Verona is where MV Agusta decided to show off two of its special livery machines and take the motorcycle world by storm

Buell XB by Bottpower

Modern race bikes are technologically advanced and incredible engineering achievements; there’s no doubt about that. However, I’m more impressed by old-school bike or restomods done properly. Oddly enough, the Buell XB by Bottpower got my attention and I just can’t get it out of my head.

Triumph Street Triple 765 RS

It’s been ten years since Triumph unveiled the original Street Triple, a design and powerful ride that became an instant hit. The fresh 2017 model looks like it’s all set to do great things. Available in three main versions, the new 765cc range starts off at

Triumph Legend TT by XTR Pepo

The Triumph Legend TT by XTR Pepo is a pure example of what the sound and spectacle of a classic endurance racer are all about. Called ‘Rocket’, this retro-looking bike seems to be right at home at Le Mans, with the engine upgrades to match. The 885

Samurai by Artem Smirnov & Vladimir Panchenko

The Samurai is much more than you think. In Japanese, they are usually referred to as bushi; they were part of the upper ranks of society and by the end of the 12th century, they became almost entirely synonymous with discipline and deadly skills. Trained as officers in

1981 Moto Guzzi Le Mans by Death Machines of London

Italian motorcycle icon Moto Guzzi needs no introduction, and although still active most of us still dreaming about bikes long forgotten. The 1981 Moto Guzzi Le Mans by Death Machines of London is such an example, with their bespoke version honoring Italian racing heritage. The shop’s first creation