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  • Microfiber Cloths For A Scratch-Free, Lint-Free Clean
    by Staff on 13/07/2020 at 5:14 pm

    Because no one wants to see scratches or lint after the detailing is done. Scratches or lint left over after a wipe-down are aggravating when it comes to the chore of cleaning your vehicle. Luckily there are microfiber cloths.

  • Garage Storage Options That Keep Things Clean And Tidy
    by Staff on 10/07/2020 at 7:36 pm

    There’s a place for everything and everything is in its place. Keep your garage tidy with storage options. Storage containers, shelving, and wall mounting systems help keep tools, cords, parts where they should be.

  • Earnest Workwear Smiths Jacket
    by Geoff Baldwin on 05/08/2020 at 5:25 am

    In early 2018 I started using the Earnest Hardin Overalls. If you missed the full review I did on them in our Workshop Series you can catch up here. Fast forward to today and you will be pleased to hear the Earnest brand, after a brief hiatus, has been revived. You may know of Nigel Petrie and his ‘Engineered to Slide’ outfit but if you aren’t, then check it out and thank me later. The reason I mention him because, amongst other things, he the new frontman at Earnest […]

  • Italian Upgrade – Scales Studio Ducati 1200SS
    by Geoff Baldwin on 03/08/2020 at 11:31 am

    Trever Scales of Scales Studio is no stranger to these pages. But today, for the unveiling of his latest project, the Scales Studio Ducati 1200SS, we’ve done things a little differently. Trever is the first guest on our new podcast ‘The RETROspective’. The interview-style series will delve into each builder’s backstory along with introducing their latest custom motorcycle project. In this episode, Trever explains how his highly modified Ducati 1000SS project began and […]

  • British Superbike swings back into action this weekend at Donington
    by Trev on 06/08/2020 at 8:13 am

    2020 British Superbike Championship The Bennetts British Superbike Championship makes its much-anticipated return to the track this weekend (August 7/8/9) at Donington Park, 292 days after the final race of the last season. The season finally gets underway in the East Midlands with three races, to kick off the revised schedule of six triple-header events. The post British Superbike swings back into action this weekend at Donington appeared first on MCNews.com.au | Motorcycle News, Sport and […]

  • Motorcycle training deemed an ‘essential service’ during VIC Stage 4 lockdown
    by Trev on 06/08/2020 at 3:34 am

    Motorcycle Training continues through pandemic restrictions Stay Upright (Australia’s first and largest motorcycle training organistation) has been informed by VicRoads that motorcycle training is deemed an essential service, and as such will continue to operate during the Victorian lockdowns. The organisation was already in the midst of something of a motorcycle learner training boom: typically The post Motorcycle training deemed an ‘essential service’ during VIC Stage 4 […]

  • Exklusiv! The first custom based on the factory BMW R18
    by Wesley Reyneke on 05/08/2020 at 3:59 pm

    Before the BMW R18 officially broke cover, the Bavarian marque teased us with concepts and customs that showcased the whopping 1,802 cc power plant. The monstrous boxer is now almost ready to hit showrooms, so we’re getting a look at the first custom based on the final production R18. And not surprisingly, it’s a dragster. BMW Motorrad commissioned the build from California-based Roland Sands Design. The two companies go way back, and RSD are responsible for a number of parts in the […]

  • Fat SR: A chunky Yamaha SR400 from Greg Hageman
    by Chris Hunter on 03/08/2020 at 5:01 pm

    Like all good artists, the best custom builders have a handful of regular customers. They’re usually folks with an eye for quality and shared tastes, and they’re gold dust. Iowa-based Greg Hageman has been in this business for many years now, and one of his most steadfast customers is Mike Martens. ‘Fat SR’ is the fifth bike that Greg has built for Mike over the years, although it’s really for Mike’s partner Sally. “This bike is a 2015 SR400 that I […]

  • Retrospective: 1977 Honda CT125 Trail
    by Clement Salvadori on 29/07/2020 at 10:59 pm

    We Americans don’t often think of motorcycles as being purely utilitarian, since we use them mostly for traveling to interesting places, sporting along back roads and maybe a bit of backwoods exploring. But Honda figured there could be a market for this eminently efficient little go-anywhere 125, rigged to do all sorts of jobs around

  • Win a Harley-Davidson Low Rider S in H-D’s “Let’s Ride Challenge”
    by Rider Magazine Staff on 29/07/2020 at 5:55 pm

    Harley-Davidson’s latest riding initiative, the “Let’s Ride Challenge,” is offering several of prizes, including a custom 2020 Harley-Davidson Low Rider S. Riders can participate in several ways, from logging their rides on the Harley-Davidson app, to demo rides, or taking new rider courses. First and foremost, participants will need to sign up for the “Let’s