From mild to wild, some of the custom machines we’ve discovered have a look perhaps only their creators might love. You be the judge. From a rusty 1996 Honda Magna that was made to be ugly, to a 1950s pre unit Triumph built to reflect a period West Coast custom — some might be sow’s ears while others silk purses.
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Most would take something ugly and make it beautiful. Not Dustin Gavel. His 1996 Honda Magna was an unloved monstrosity, wishing to make it more grotesque.
So who takes a brand new 2007 Triumph Bonneville T100 and customizes it? This guy.
That’s how many motorcycles arrive at Mark Blundell’s Calgary-based boneyard. Sometimes, all they need is a little love and nurturing and they have a...
Down But Not Out as MadJap and Jesus Imposter Resurrect a Mythical Chopper There’s a unicorn, a rainbow and Jesus. To freak out the children,...
Stripped, Slammed and Sinuous - A pair of gorgeous Triumph pre-unit builds from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
For Harley-Davidson that single word sums up the VRSCA V-Rod, a machine first introduced to the public nearly 10 years ago.
Oh, Behave! Builder uses parts at hand to construct Miss Behavin' - a sportster custom bike. Creating something from nothing is what Mark Blundell does best....