• Classic or custom? You decide…

    Earlier this year we showed you the mad steampunk trike built by the legendary Finnish madman Petri Ruusunen. On the same day we also saw this; his

  • North Atlantic Treat

    The importation of custom (and classic) motorcycles into Great Britain from the former colonies is neither anything new nor unusual, although it has perhaps become

  • Like the very Devil himself…

    There’s a hell of a lot of back story to my Vincent, how 
long have you got? Words: Dave Aitken Pics: Simon Everett Back in

  • A man with a plan

    Those of you who’re au fait with classic bike values, particularly that of classic Harleys such as Knuckles, Pans and Shovels, will know that the

  • Dumb (eco-taxes) and dumber (thieves)

    The Motorcycle Action Group’s leader, Selina Lavender, shakes her head at dumb environmental legislation (which actually does more ecological harm than good), and rattles her

  • Museum Live returns

    More attractions’ve been added to the National Motorcycle Museum’s Museum Live on Saturday, October 27. The big news is that TV personality Henry Cole’ll be

  • Three wheel therapy

    It’s no secret that riding a bike (or a trike) is a fantastic way to free yourself from the trials and tribulations of modern life.

  • Don’t fall victim to swindlers

    By Rick Hulse It’s becoming ever more common for people to buy things online nowadays and, as a dedicated online shopper myself, I generally believe

Latest Issue

  • Get your fix of custom bikes with our November issue!

    Check out the latest 116-page glossy homage to custom bike builders up and down the land. This special chopper issue features a stunning H-D chop in all its green and gold glory on the cover, while inside you can find out who owns it, what he’s done to it, and why he sometimes wishes he could sell it or swap it for anything… We’ve also got some other shed-built success stories to share, including Big Kev’s streetfighter, Harry Barlow’s supercharged Evo chopper, Phil Healy’s stunning Triumph Speed Twin and a bike that rejoices in the name Ronin… well, it’s a lot quicker than explaining everything that’s gone into building it. You’ll have to buy the mag to find out! Check out String from Raw Steel Choppers’ GSX1100 rat-rod; the beautiful Rose, in memory of Keith Search’s

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