We’re excited to have our recent build featured on Bike EXIF. Have a look at Chris Hunter’s excellent write-up on our Wilkinson Bros Honda CL360 Scrambler. It was a special project built for our good friend, Steve Healey. Keep an eye out for more photos and stories about this bike! In the meantime, here are some behind-the-scenes pics of the process.
Our motorcycling realm is full of fun opportunities; this last one was a thrill. Matty Bennett of National Moto+Cycle called us out to the Major Taylor Velodrome in Indianapolis to film one of his custom motorbikes lap the 28-degree-banked oval. A bonus opportunity: we ran our Ural sidecar around the pristine concrete drome as a camera vehicle. Keep reading for more pics, video and a behind-the-scenes look…
Tony Prust’s northern Chicago shop, Analog Motorcycles, has maintained a solid and steady presence in the custom motorcycle realm and garners much attention on the web. We wanted to share his latest build, the Continental Scout featured on BikeEXIF, but dig a little deeper into the mind behind the machine.
Even if it doesn’t make sense, we like seeing how creative minds followed through on using car engines to power a motorcycle. There are some mainstream manufactured examples out there, but here’s a look at some funky-cool, car-powered bikes that caught our eye.
Volker Schmidt’s custom conversion of a DR 800 Big grabbed our attention and held it for a good while. We Yankees seldom see even the stock version of the “big” Suzuki enduro, so it was cool to see such a twist on what is already an intriguing bike. Read on to see what inspired this unique German build.