Posts Tagged ‘bikeexif’

MotoLady Monster by the Mighty Motor for BikeEXIF

Humbled and grateful to have my Monster Project named ‘Pandora’s Box’ published on the world renowned BikeEXIF website with photos by Shaik Ridzwan of the Mighty Motor.

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Feast your eyes on the Harley Davidson scrambler build by Burly Brand– can’t help but be a fan of the chunky dual sport tires, top rack, low profile seat and dirt bike bars. Oh, the ideas I’m getting…  Now, yes, a Sportster isn’t a light motorcycle, and I wouldn’t say generally makes the best base line for a scrambler bike. If you want to really be able to go braapin’ off road, you’ll need something that won’t snap your leg in half if you awkwardly drop it in some loose dirt/sand/mud. That… Continue Reading »

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Feast your eyes on the Harley Davidson scrambler build by Burly Brand– can’t help but be a fan of the chunky dual sport tires, top rack, low profile seat and dirt bike bars. Oh, the ideas I’m getting…  Now, yes, a Sportster isn’t a light motorcycle, and I wouldn’t say generally makes the best base line for a scrambler bike. If you want to really be able to go braapin’ off road, you’ll need something that won’t snap your leg in half if you awkwardly drop it in some loose dirt/sand/mud. That… Continue Reading »

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The world’s favorite motorcycle calendar (and my personal favorite, too) for 2014 is here from BikeEXIF! As if last year’s wasn’t awesome enough, they’ve made it even better by bumping up paper quality and size to 17×12 inches! Details on each build, a heavy duty cover, shrinkwrapped and sent to your door wherever in the world you may live for $15.99 plus shipping.  Check out the BikeEXIF post for links and info on how to order!

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Aaah, finally got my grubby little hands on a BikeEXIF calendar and all it’s glory. Put it right where I’ll get to look at it every day. Thanks for making such a bad ass Calendar, Chris!

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“It don’t matta if you’re black or white…” So how about both? Honda Cafe!

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Son of a Gun BSA – Just saw this, and immediately had to post. My god. My eyes are wide, and I think I’m drooling. This bike is based on a BSA Gold Star, and the engine is an ex racing 1951 XB-model single with 499cc. Thumbs up indeed, dude. Well played.  Read more about this amaaaazing custom from my friends at BikeEXIF. 🙂

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“Saltcracker” the 1939 Indian Lars’ Indian is a 1939 model with a ‘741’ engine, bored out from 500 to 600cc. He built this bike to run at Bonneville, in the 600cc Special Construction Vintage Supercharged Fuel class. (Yes, Saltcracker is not only supercharged, but also runs on methanol.)

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