When customizing a motorcycle, changing out a seat brings the additional benefit of comfort and in the case of the latest from British Customs, some nostalgic style.
The Octane, Victory Motorcycles tire-shredding bike is roaring into the spotlight with the appropriately named ‘Operation Octane’ custom building contest.
A new take on what is quickly becoming a customizable classic will be seen later this week when two female bike builders add their vision to BMW’s R nineT.
Bikers wanting some impressive bragging rights have an opportunity this weekend as the first and last Jack Daniel’s Indian Chief Vintage Motorcycle rides onto the auction block.
Aftermarket parts company British Customs have published more of its ride into the motorcycle past with Richard Pollock, the founder of Mule Motorcycles.
Building custom bikes can trace its roots back to rocket science, at least for motorcycle-builder Richard Pollock. This and new motorcycle accessories are found with the latest chapter of British Custom products.
The opportunity to customize the very seat of a bikers favorite ride adds another level to the popular motorcycle adage of ‘making it your own.’
Different worlds come together in the latest custom build for Indian’s popular Scout as bike builder Klock Werks bring together Jack Daniels, experimental retail locations and motorcycle safety in one unique bike.
They could be called custom motorcycles of heroic proportions, the latest Harley-Davidson models featuring customizations inspired by some of the most iconic Marvel characters.
On the continuing road of breaking out of its superbike mold, not only did Ducati take its new cruiser to the legendary Sturgis rally, it let famous bike builder Roland Sands give his take on the XDiavel.