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Crown Jewel: This Thruxton is Tamarit’s 100th custom

Triumph Thruxton cafe racer by Tamarit Motorcycles
Turning motorcycle customization into a sustainable business is tough, but it’s not impossible. Spain’s Tamarit Motorcycles is proof—they’ve racked up an impressive portfolio of Triumph builds in myriad styles, along with a hearty catalog of bolt-on parts. And they’ve just built their 100th custom.

We’ve kept a constant eye on the Alicante workshop over the years, and this Triumph Thruxton café racer is one of their most extensive transformations yet. Dubbed ‘Jade,’ it boasts a handful of the shop’s parts, a number of intriguing one-off details, and whole lot of style.

Triumph Thruxton cafe racer by Tamarit Motorcycles
Opting to build their 100th bike to their own preferences instead of waiting for a client to commission it, Tamarit kicked things off with a pre-2008 carbureted Triumph Thruxton 900.…

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Back to basics: Satomari’s 1982 Harley Shovelhead

Harley-Davidson Shovelhead chopper by Satomari
When it comes to vintage Harleys, we prefer a ‘less is more’ vibe. Bikes that are loaded with billet and bling, or sporting airbrushed illustrations on the tank, are just too much for us.

This elegant Shovelhead from Japan is the kind of custom V-twin we love. Stripped back to the mere essentials, it comes from Yusaku Sato of Hiroshima—a builder whose work we’ve featured before, in the days when his shop was known as Sato Marine.

Harley-Davidson Shovelhead chopper by Satomari
Sato-san and his crew are renowned in Japan for their Shovelhead builds. But this ’82 bike has a more understated vibe than the tracker-influenced ’68 we featured four years ago.

The 1982 date on the engine was the starting point for this build, because that was the year Sato’s client was born.…

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Speed Read, January 9, 2022

The latest motorcycle news and customs
We’re kicking off this weekend’s Speed Read with a cute Honda Monkey from Deus Korea. We’ve also rounded up a gnarly Suzuki Bandit 1200, a tidy BMW R80, and a restored Kawasaki A7 Avenger that’s going on auction soon.

Deus x Crazy Garage Honda Monkey 125
Honda Monkey by Deus ex Machine / Crazy Garage In South Korea, the Seoul outpost of Deus has been collaborating with Crazy Garage since they first opened their doors, and it’s yielded some pretty rad bikes. This time around, they’ve also partnered with Honda Korea—to deliver a custom based on the new Monkey 125. And as you’d expect, it looks like barrels of fun.

Deus x Crazy Garage Honda Monkey 125
Remarkably, most of the transformation was done with bolt-on parts—which just goes to show how extensive the Monkey aftermarket is.…

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Light Tripper: The Yamaha SR400 as a 1970s chopper

Yamaha SR400 chopper by NamiXII Design
The custom scene has changed a lot over the past decade, but the venerable chopper still has an enduring appeal. And when someone manages to capture that classic 70s vibe as well as Fo Huang has done with this chopped Yamaha SR400, it’s impossible not to smile.

Fo’s based in Kaohsiung City in southern Taiwan, where he creates furniture and custom motorcycles as NamiXII Design. Dubbed ‘Light Tripper,’ his Yamaha is a charming homage to the choppers of the 1970s—from its stance to its many thoughtful details. It also took home the ‘Best in Show’ award at the 12th annual Ride Free show in Taiwan recently.

Yamaha SR400 chopper by NamiXII Design
The 1985-spec Yamaha SR400 might seem like a weird choice as a donor for a chopper, but Fo’s managed to pull it off.…

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Going Strong: JuanVerde’s Honda XR650L street tracker

Honda XR650L street tracker by JuanVerde
Some motorcycles are a flash in the proverbial pan, abandoned after a couple of years on the market. Others linger in showrooms for years, until stocks are depleted or the tooling costs are paid for.

Then you get the bikes that sell steadily, year after year. The Ural has been produced since 1942, with minor updates every few years. The Royal Enfield Bullet entered production in 1948. Then you get the Japanese workhorses, like the Kawasaki KLR650 (b. 1987) and the Honda XR650L, which has been rolling off the assembly line since 1992.

Honda XR650L street tracker by JuanVerde
This businesslike street tracker shows the enduring appeal of the XR, and comes from Texas-based ‘JuanVerde’ (identity withheld by request). The builder may be pseudonymous, but his talent cannot be hidden—he’s already built several sharp-looking customs, and this XR650L is his second crack at the model.…

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Turning Ten: OWM’s first modern Harley-Davidson custom

2020 Harley-Davidson Street Bob custom by One Way Machine
Julian von Oheimb has been customizing Harley-Davidsons for ten years as One Way Machine, and is a regular fixture on the podium at AMD World Championships. But the German builder has a proclivity for older machines, and has never worked on a donor newer than 15 years old. Until now, that is.

One Way Machine’s 10th anniversary build is based on a zero mile 2020-model Harley-Davidson Street Bob, powered by a 107 ci Milwaukee Eight motor. But even though it’s a modern Harley, Julian still managed to add his signature style to it.

2020 Harley-Davidson Street Bob custom by One Way Machine
This was a new experience for both him and his customer. Based in Transylvania, the bike’s new owner already had three One Way Machine builds in his garage—but they were all older bikes.…

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