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Suzuki GT380 Street Tracker

French Smoker: Suzuki GT380 Street Tracker

A father/son street smoker from France! Introduced in 1971, the Suzuki GT380 was the smallest sibling of the mighty GT750 “Water Buffalo.” Known as the Sebring on American shores, the 371cc air-cooled triple made 38 […]

Honda CBX1000 Restomod

CBX Reborn: Honda CBX1000 Restomod

“If Honda was to bring out the CBX again, how would they make the bike?” More than forty years ago, Honda introduced the CBX1000, a modern marvel with six cylinders, six carbs, 24 valves, two […]

883R Cafe Racer

Black Owl: Sportster 883R by Hidemo

Hide Motorcycle builds a KR-inspired street and circuit Sportster… Introduced in 1953, the Harley-Davidson KR would come to dominate motorcycle racing in the United States. A year earlier, Harley had introduced the Model K, a […]

Kawasaki KR800

Green Meanie: Kawasaki “KR800” Triple

Triple Trouble: 800cc, 130-hp Kawasaki two-stroke triple from Ralf Kraemer… The Kawasaki H1 Mach III hit showroom floors in 1968, a 500cc two-stroke triple that cost less than $1000 and could outrun nearly any muscle […]


BAAK to The USA!

French workshop BAAK Motocyclettes comes to America… One of our favorite European builders is BAAK Motocyclettes, a French workshop based out of Lyon that founder Rémi Reguin started in his grandmother’s garage in 2013. Since […]

Triumph Scrambler

Freedom Machine: Triumph “Libertas” Scrambler

Tamarit Motorcycles builds a 60s-style scrambler for American shores… Tamarit Motorcycles has quickly become one of our favorite builders, especially when it comes to modern Triumph machines. The Spanish workshop was born from humble origins […]