The 2018 AHRMA race season is fast approaching with the action set to begin next weekend 2/23 in Bloomingdale Georgia at Roebling Road Raceway. Are you racing this year?Read More
Even the enthusiast with the longest tooth can remember when and where the passion
struck, how they learned, or who taught them to ride.
Mark Guevara knows he is the fifth owner of this 1975 Honda CB750, which he calls a “barn find”. The quotation marks are there because Guevara said they don’t have any barns in the Philippines. Guevara, a property manager for his family’s real estate business, also makes and designs bamboo and carbon fiber longboard skateboards for his company, Contach Longboards. This was his first stab at building a custom motorcycle...Read More
I always remembered the name Kaz Yoshima, who used to build and race cb400's that he called Z1 beaters. This bike is inspired by Kaz. I started working on the bike in November of 2016 and had it running and riding in early May...Read More
very enthusiast with any amount of internet miles ridden has seen builds using steel, aluminum, titanium, fiberglass and carbon fiber, but this little Monster employs a material that very few people are familiar with; basalt fiber. For 20-something Kiwi Max Betteridge, there was no other option to even consider...Read More
David Mandujano might just be the big brother we all wish we had. The 36-year-old Portland, Texas native spends his days creating custom automotive upholstery through his shop, DMD Kustoms, but when his little brother was heading off to college, he decided to build him a small displacement motorcycle to get around campus on.
Sundays were special days in the garage of the Wright family home. While Mrs. Wright worked on gardening prep projects, her 30-something daughter, Ellen, was busy tinkering on a 1976 Honda CB550F...Read More
"We are a father and son team. My son is Zeke, who is 13 years old, and I am Patrick DeZeeuw. We save stray motorcycles from their lonely existence by rebuilding them in our garage deep in the heart of Texas. Zee and I have ridden together since he turned 7..."Read More
They say lightning doesn't strike twice. Apparently hurricanes don't follow the same code of conduct. When the Dime City Crew arrived at Barber Motorsports Park it was positively beautiful, and hurricane Nathan was still just lil’ ol’ tropical depression 16...