Category Archives: Bikes

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

BMW K1200 by Pan Speed Shop

The classic four-cylinder K-series is a cool ride, to be sure, but there’s always room for improvement – enter the BMW K1200 by Pan Speed Shop. The Spanish outfit went to town on this outlandish 2004 bike, making for a cool entry on the market. Dubbed Meka, this

MV Agusta AgoTT by Deus Ex Machina

I will say this, over and over – red is not my color. Nonetheless, the MV Agusta AgoTT by Deus Ex Machina seems to have been painted in the proper shade. Some might remember the MV Agusta F4Z custom superbike, but it seems someone let their vivid

BMW Alpha by Mark Atkinson & Mehmet Doruk Erdem

The BMW Alpha became a reality thanks to Mark Atkinson & Mehmet Doruk Erdem, one of the most unusual and least probable alliances. An old school machinist and motorcycle builder from Utah joined forces with a high-tech industrial designer from Istanbul, resulting in this extraordinary BMW-powered project.

Honda CB400 by João Paulo Caetano Moreira

The Honda CB400 craze started way back in 1975 when the company released the first gen bikes bearing this codename. Considering that the vibe has been around for more than 40 years, there’s always room for improvement and overall design alterations – that’s exactly what João