Friday, October 30, 2009
by NorCal. -TPJ Customs-, custom bike builder Bryan Shimke.
There are plenty of big name featured parts -- among them, a Revtech six-speed transmission, BDL clutch, Pro-one triple trees and Performance Machine calipers -- many of the parts are the creation of TPJ Customs. This includes the air cleaner, exhaust, seat pan, taillight, gas tank, rear fender, oil tank, mid- and hand controls, and many other items. Kirk Taylor of Custom Design Studios laid down the very subtle charcoal paint.
Posted by Kustom♔King at 11:44 PM
Many of today’s top designers have been influenced by the unique look and style of New York City Choppers and now Southampton Motorcycle Company. With an eye for the artistic, Nick Genender and his crew conceive and build rugged, functional bikes that are as unmistakable as they are fun to ride. From high-tech choppers to the coolest old-school bobbers and with engine types from Knuckleheads to Evolutions, all NYC Choppers Motorcycles are handcrafted, artistic one of a kind masterpieces.
This photographic builder's portfolio of 'old-school' retro choppers and bobbers represents the meticulous craftsmanship by some of the top bike builders, customizers, fabricators, and airbrush artists. Top one is 1917 1000cc Henderson Vintage Chopper by Billy Lane. All above Zero bikes are crafted by legendary zero artist Mr. Shinya Kimura.
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
The bikes on this page are the work of an unknown manufacturer. Visibly passionate heavy cylinder design rustic, one notices on all models a variety of chassis: curbs on all models, often tube enclosing the closest engine and sometimes tank suspensions AR sliding or shock absorbers, transmissions chain or tree. We may note also work very original suspensions AV, two models are rods (and sleep outside, too). When the engines, all provisions appear to have been tested: the flat, parallel, online and even star whose distribution is mostly routed (one model uses a distribution tree and bevel). We are currently our investigation to try to find other models forgotten and are currently on track for a very rare "Mrs. Bull" with a four cylinder long stroke square ... by Menne Frederic
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Frame: 1967 T120 front loop, welded bolt on +4" hardtail
Engine: TR6P bottom end T120 cams Morgo 750cc kit, cobb sidedraft Mikuni
Forks: T140 + progressive springs
Wheels: T140 hubs 16" steel 3.5"rims avon venom 130/90x16 whitewall tyres
Seat: hand beaten tractor style in sheet steel
Exhaust: straight through hi level Trophy spec with no silencers heatwrapped
Ignition: Joe Hunt Magneto
Brakes: T140 disc front and rear Grimeca lightweight alloy caliper
Extras: PSP hydraulic clutch, Magura levers and m/cylinders, speedway bars.
Sunday, October 25, 2009
- Chromed tear drop Halogen Headlamp
- Hand painted Pin up girl Tank Art
- Die cast console - color matched
- Special Edition Bomber fender cloisonne'
- Special Edition Bomber front and rear fenders
- Special Edition Bomber leather solo seat with bomber seat concho
- Blacked out, Two into one stainless steel exhaust system with three way catalytic converter
- Special Edition Bomber Saddlebags
- Quick detach black fender rack
- Polished brake calipers
- Blacked out Air cooled, push-rod, Power Plus 105ci engine
- Closed loop, sequential, port injection with heated oxygen sensors
- Six speed transmission
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Posted by Kustom♔King at 6:09 PM
David Vicente is a French artist with a passion for Rock 'n' Roll and Psycho-billy culture. As a boy, he started out drawing monsters and other such rebellious characters, and today David Vicente's artworks include a variety of pin-ups, devils, American cars, surf themes, motorcycles, and more.
Awesome new Kustom Kulture Art book published by Korero Books
It features artworks of 40 artists from all over the world...
Full list of artists:
Johnny Ace and Kali Verra; Jorge "Dr." Alderete; Paul Barrow; John Bell; Tom "Big Toe" Laura; Michel Casarramona; Keith "Keiffer" Ciaramello; Johnny Crap; "Dirty Donny" Gillies; Etienne "Empire32"; Marcus "Dang! Industries" Evans; Daisuke "Fudemae" Maeda; Minoru "Mr. G." Goto; Grimb; Peter "PG" Gustafsson; Hiro "Wildman" Ishii; Jim "Too Bad Jim" Johnstone; Ken The Flattop; "KRNPX" Kurono; Felix La Flamme; Michael Leonhard; Makoto Kobayashi; Alex "So-Cal" Maldonado; Tyson Mcadoo; Jan Meininghaus; Mitch O'Connell; Sergio "Palami" Palamidessi; Ger "Dutch Courage" Peters; The Pizz; Vince Ray; Rockin' Jellybean; Rob Schwager; Chaz Royal; Sol Rac; Theo Terror; Märt "Ultra Bazar" Infanger; David Vicente; Mark Wasyl; Keith Weesner; Derek Yaniger.
Cover-art by Peter "PG" Gustafsson; Introduction by Julian Balme; Compilation by Yak El-Droubie; Text by Ian C. Parliament. Click to BUY
Brass Balls Bobbers has a new for 2009 custom Harley-Davidson style bobber motorcycle. It is built with Brass Balls Bobbers' custom frame, Baker Drivetrain, Tauer Machine primary, EVO Engine, D&D Exhaust and a lot of old school black paint. More details at www.danddexhaust.com.
French designer Philippe Starck has designed a motorbike for French motorcycle manufacturer Voxan. According to Motorcyclists Online, it’s a prototype and it’s called the Café Racer Super Naked. “VOXAN the exclusive and unique French motorbike brand presents its new extreme vision of the café racer. With the “super naked Xv”, Voxan by Starck. Raw power enhanced by the radical purity of the minimalism. The absolute essence of the motorcycle. 1200 cm ³. 140 horsepower 180 kg. Order on internet. Available beginning last quarter 2007.”