Category Archives: Bikes

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

Alta Motors Redshift ST

Everyone’s heard about the team at Zero Motorcycles, although some should also focus on Alta Motors and their work as well. The motorcycle manufacturer has introduced a new version of its flagship Redshift, the Alta Motors Redshift ST is meant to take over the market and the

Harley-Davidson Marvel Superheroes

After recently having enjoyed Marvel Comics’ ‘Doctor Strange’, I’m hoping I will find my superpower as soon as possible. In the meantime, the Harley-Davidson Marvel Superheroes collection should suffice. Harley-Davidson and Marvel joined forces and what resulted is an incredible choice of motorcycles. To celebrate

2000 Yamaha FZS600 Fazer by Bad Winners

The 2000 Yamaha FZS600 Fazer in front of you has been customized by the team at Bad Winners. It has fenders and no pipe wrap, it’s neither street legal nor refined; it’s definitely a conversation starter. It shows off a blend of styles, with cues reminiscent

Yamaha XSR700 by Macco Motors

The Yamaha XSR700 has always been a good conversation starter, thanks to its impressive aesthetics – some would say controversial, but that’s OK. However, there’s a damn fine motorcycle hiding underneath, and here’s a project that proves just that. The Yamaha XSR700 by Macco Motors is

Honda CB750 by Auto Fabrica

Not long ago, you couldn’t open your browser without stumbling across another Honda CB custom. Those days are gone, with the occasional fine CB750 still impressing anyone around it. This absolute masterpiece from Auto Fabrica fits the bill, right? The customized Honda CB750 benefits from the English shop’s

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