Wez’s R100

Oct 19, 2014 | 4 Comments
Wez’s R100

Wez from Port Elizabeth, South Africa proved he has what it takes to put a bike together when he sent us his beautifully finished MB100, take a look here. He said he’d be back with something bolder and […]

Dave’s Metal #1

Oct 18, 2014 | No Comments
Dave’s Metal #1

The great thing about project bikes is that they stack so nicely. You can get four of them in the same space one car would take up in the garage. Cheaper and easier to play with, in […]

Nick’s Ducati Club Racer – Detroit

Oct 15, 2014 | 5 Comments
Nick’s Ducati Club Racer – Detroit

This absolutely lovely Ducati 900ss has been built by Nick; originally from Detroit but now residing in Cologne. Being from Detroit, Nick felt the need to get customising, but first needed a man-space. Once a garage was sorted the desire […]

Duett CB250

Oct 9, 2014 | One Comment
Duett CB250

There are just too many interesting facts about the small Basque region nestling in the Pyrenees to list them all. For instance, the Basque language, Euskara, is the oldest in Europe. Unrelated to any other known language its roots […]

Barnaba’s Blackfish XS400

Oct 6, 2014 | No Comments
Barnaba’s Blackfish XS400

Quite often I’m given articles to write that I relate to as I own the same donor or I’ve done a similar thing with something different, that’s been the case for a bonkers modern day scrambler, a special Ducati Café […]

Dan’s GN400

Oct 4, 2014 | 12 Comments
Dan’s GN400

“It all started a year ago with a Bet.”  Ah, that legendary precursor to many a high story surfaces once again. Nothing quite prompts a burst of pull your finger out motivation than the pressure of a […]

Steve Baugrud CB450 NightHawk

Sep 17, 2014 | One Comment
Steve Baugrud CB450 NightHawk

Sometimes, you don’t even have a shed to build in. A common frustration for many an amateur builder, who long for somewhere warm and dry, where you won’t get glowering looks from the other half about oil […]

Nick’s CB750K

Sep 9, 2014 | One Comment
Nick’s CB750K

Too often in the UK when we think of New York we picture New York City. Whereas NY State’s hugely diverse landscape carries a fascinating history but more importantly some great roads and scenery, particularly along the […]

Maarten’s Wingnut

Sep 8, 2014 | 6 Comments
Maarten’s Wingnut

“The wood I got from my grandfather, I have been making stuff with it for the last couple of years, it is oak and almost a hundred years old.” When glancing through the parts and modifications list […]

Desmoone’s Pistola

Sep 6, 2014 | No Comments
Desmoone’s Pistola

Desmoone is a builder and engineer from Civita Castellana, near Rome. Having built many a house in his time, he thought he’d try his hand at building his own bike for a change. And what a great […]

Frank’s Kraut Escape

Sep 4, 2014 | 3 Comments
Frank’s Kraut Escape

Taking the prize for funniest bike name of the month has to be Frank Schulte’s shed-built BMW R60/5, “The Kraut Escape”, but it takes more than a mirthful moniker to get your bike featured on The Bike […]

Dan’s TR250

Sep 3, 2014 | 2 Comments
Dan’s TR250

No matter how fine a motorcycle may look, the most important aspect of a bike will always be how it feels, how it fits your frame, fits your life, and the experience of the ride. Unfortunately sometimes […]