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BMW R1100R Scrambler

BMW R1100R Scrambler by Cytech/Max-Inc

The BMW R1100R was a naked/standard version of the company’s air/oil-cooled boxer twin. It offered front and rear telelever suspension and shaft-drive, and was well-suited for a wide range of uses:  commuting, sport-touring, and even […]

Yamaha XS750 Cafe Racer

Yamaha XS750 Cafe Racer

Here at BikeBound, we’re suckers for triples.  There’s something about the harmonics of three cylinders that rev the blood.  Unfortunately, the Yamaha XS750 (and later XS850) never seem to get the same love as the […]

BMW R80 Brat Tracker

BMW R80 Brat Tracker by Espiat

Some of the finest builds we come across are from men and women who have abandoned the hustle and bustle of big city life for a quieter existence, more focused on the work of their […]

Suzuki DR600 Scrambler

Suzuki DR600 Scrambler by Vintage Addiction

The Suzuki DR600 was introduced in 1984, a 44-horsepower dual-purpose thumper that the sales brochure called a “Bi-Formance Enduro.” The DR had decent dirt etiquette despite the high saddle height and tall gearing, and the […]

Sportster Cafe Racer

Sportster Cafe Racer by Ardent Motorcycles

Today, we’re proud to feature one of our favorite Sportster builds of all time:  The Cafe Sportster, built by Curtis Miller of Ardent Motorcycles.  Curtis has one of the most interesting backgrounds of any builder […]

TW200 Scrambler

Yamaha TW200 Scrambler by Sean SpeedShop

  The Yamaha TW200 has always seemed like a blast to ride.  The giant, almost balloonlike tires give the bike the look of a two-wheeled quad–capable of churning through sand pits or jumping urban curbs–and […]

BMW R50/5 Cafe Racer

BMW R50/5 Cafe Racer

Sometimes less is more, and no one knows that better than builder Maurizio Merlo, one of our favorite garage-builders. Last year, we featured “The Baby,” his 1973 BSA Lightning scrambler.  Now Maurizio, an Italian native […]

Yamaha RD350 Scrambler

Yamaha RD350 Scrambler by Moto Exotica

This might be the wickedest scrambler we’ve ever seen. Nicknamed “Eight,” she’s a 2-stroke, 210-pound RD350 scrambler built by Arjun Raina of India’s Moto Exotica. As you may know, the now-legendary Yamaha RD350 was produced […]