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CUSTOM & STYLE: Custom Bike of the Year? El Chapo's escape Honda has been grabbing all the headlines.

CUSTOM & STYLE: Custom Bike of the Year? El Chapo's escape Honda has been grabbing all the headlines.

Motorcyclists around the world pricked up their ears upon hearing word that notorious billionaire drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman used a motorcycle on rails to speed his escape from Mexico's maximum-security Altiplano prison. It took two days for photos of a cleverly modified (and very...

Published on July 24 2015, 13:13
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

While stylistic exuberance can shroud its origins, racing has always been the No. 1 starting point of most custom bike styles—Class C racing begat the bob-job, dragsters led to the chopper, GP the cafĂ© racer, and dirt racing the tracker and scrambler styles. Uwe Ehinger of Germany's Ehinger... 

Originally from the June 2008 issue of Cycle World If you're Ducati, how to upstage your own world champion's MotoGP bike in a static staredown? Impossible, you say? Well, Casey Stoner, how do you like your Desmo RR Duck cooked? Because Ducati turned up the heat and did just that by getting... 

The price of gasoline hasn't skyrocketed as some expected, and discussions of race and marriage have trumped climate as political topics du jour. But regardless of this month's headlines, electric vehicles increasingly occupy the thoughts of forward-thinking vehicle designers. Battery- or... 

What does one do with a low-mileage 1983 Harley-Davidson XR1000 that has suffered damage resulting from a "mishap" on the road? For Michael Schumacher of Scottsdale, Arizona (not the German F1 driver), the answer was to enlist Mule Motorcycles of Poway, California. Richard Pollock, Mule's man... 

From the April 2005 issue of Cycle World. As the name suggests, this bike is an outcast, almost villainous. Riding it is like carrying a weapon, trigger at the right handgrip. Interested? Even if big-inch Harley power isn't your thing, the Ecosse Moto Heretic's enticing-yet-peculiar blend of... 

Editor's note: Back in August, we posted this story just after the "Motorcycles as Art" exhibit for naked customs wrapped up its short run at Sturgis. But frankly, while it was a great story by Paul d'Orleans, we didn't have many images of the bikes themselves, and these are machines that need... 

A few years back I met Cliff Overton, a fellow cafe racer enthusiast and backyard builder. When Cliff completed his awesome Honda CB450 Black Bomber back in 2013 I featured it in the very first issue of Tank Moto magazine. Since then he's put together several cool bikes as well as launching a...