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Hydra

Hydra


Don’t get me wrong by the title of this article as I am sure it will insult the very builders reading this. Know truly that I admire all of you and your art. I mean that. And while generations before me look back at the builders that made them want to trade in their vocations to become grease monkeys, such as Von Dutch, George Barris, Arlen Ness, and Mondo, Generation X was witness to my brand of admiration that was influenced by those who have fallen from our horizon for various tragic reasons.

  • Billy is doing his time in the most honourable of ways.
  • Larry died while doing what he loved most.
  • Jesse has evolved from West Coast gangster to southern gentleman.
  • The Teutals are still feuding.

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Minotaure

Minotaure


The 8th edition of the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building took place in Sturgis, South Dakota on August 7, 2011. This event is known as a pinnacle of sort for many custom bike builders around the world. This show is really distinguished from others as it is recognized more like a display of engineering and design. The competitors come from all corners of the earth including Argentina, Finland, Russia and Japan to name a few. This high level international competition is incomparable since builders – who although share a common passion – express themselves in various ways while taking as a starting point their respective cultures. That’s what explains the richness of this event!

The judging and point system is quite unique. Each participant and VIP guest is asked to judge the motorcycles that are grouped in four distinct classes: modified Harley, performance ...

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Midnight Phantom

Midnight Phantom


The incredibly customized bike you see before you was shaped by the expert hands of Roger Harris, owner-operator of Cherry Customs centred in the Okanagan. This midnight rider was first conceived with help from Roger’s good friend Doug over at Metalsport Wheels in California. A while back Doug introduced Roger to the new world of crazy looking twenty-six-inch front wheels. As the story goes Roger wanted to get into building Hot Rod looking baggers and seeing the extreme styling of the new spherically shaped alloy the production was on! With a quick call to Jim Nasi Customs out in Phoenix, Arizona, Roger was quickly in possession of one of their touring conversion kits that fit perfectly on the 2009 Harley-Davidson. To give the bike some severe attitude the bike’s frame neck was cut, stretched and angled to perfectly embrace the big twenty-six incher. The headlight nacelle was reworked ...

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Gilby Bike

Gilby Bike


When Gilby Clarke is not off on some worldwide tour or playing one of his Les Paul’s on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood, he’s rolling on two wheels. He’s been spotted on them everywhere, from the grimy backstreets of Hollywood to the cover of Hot Bike Magazine to our very own Revolution Magazine in recent months. Gilby Clarke is no stranger to the limelight whilst slinging his guitar and belting out vocals on lighted stages worldwide. Yet it bewilders me that he can still find time to get knee deep and wrench on his rides. On this occasion his very own ride takes centre stage.

When I caught up with Gilby, this time he was hip on sharing his most recent project that features many of his very own hand machined parts. Using a 1965 FL 74 cubic inch Panhead outfitted with an S&S E carb ...

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