published at 23.11.2016, 17:04
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Sisters R doing it for themselves…

The impressive BMW R nineT custom builds just keep on coming and the latest one is the ‘Real Deal’, according to fans who saw it on the BMW exhibition stand at the Specialty Equipment Market Association Show (SEMA) in Las Vegas early in November. ... [more ...]

published at 15.04.2016, 10:42
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“Mom’s Rocket” – a bike built by people thinking outside of the Box(er)

There are many people who quite openly and publicly state there is nothing new in motorcycling. While it is true motorcycles have always required two-wheels, a chassis of sorts and an engine – and will continue to do so – there is definitely always something new being built around these vital components to make the whole ensemble... new!... [more ...]

published at 31.03.2016, 14:05
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The artist known as Michael Lichter

The town of Boulder in Colorado presently basks in bright sunshine. The eye-squinting strength of the sun’s rays is intensified by reflecting off snow some 13-inches deep on the ground. According to one Boulder resident it’s a beautiful, beautiful scene, and this gentleman should know what is beautiful and what isn’t...... [more ...]

published at 24.03.2016, 10:23
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Church of Choppers BMW R nineT custom unveiled

The first official U.S.A. Soulfuel R nineT premiered at the “Naked Truth Show” exhibition in Sturgis. This very special R nineT was then exhibited at the IMS bike show, New York, just before Christmas 2015. On each occasion the bike received rave reviews and further underlined the builder, Jeff Wright of Church of Choppers (CHVRCH), as one of the greatest exponents of motorcycle urban... [more ...]

published at 12.02.2016, 17:06
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Jeff Wright: a man of the Church… of Choppers

Any man who describes himself as “smoky, grouchy, artistic, tough and loyal” is worth taking note of. Not from the fact that, on description alone, Jeff Wright resembles a fictitious paperback detective putting wrongs to right, but because he simply sounds more interesting than an ‘everyday kinda guy’. Add to this the knowledge that this 50-year-old male is the owner, brains and mechanic behind... [more ...]