Greasy Kulture Magazine issue 78 features Jared Weems on the cover with his '52 Triumph Speed Twin, built to replicate one of only two Triumphs ever painted by David Mann.
Jared is raffling off this beautiful machine in the spring to benefit Forgotten Angels a local charity. [Photos: Erick Runyon]
Go Nomura built this gnarly '56 Harley KH in Tokyo after riding Japanese sport bikes (at intergalactic speeds) for years. So how does vintage speed compare to modern? We ask him. [Photos: Suntee / Mochi]
You'll know our friend Dean Micetich from DicE Magazine and this '47 Knuck is the latest in a long line of cool bikes he's owned (and we've featured). If it looks familiar, there's a good reason why... [Photos: Matt Best]
This rare 1925 Harley JE racer was rebuilt and turned into a street bike by Andreas Huber – and yeah, it's loud! [Photos: Christoph Brunner]
If you've ridden in Europe, maybe you've met Nobby and his mile-munching '55 Panhead – just how does he keep a 65 year old bike this reliable? [Photos: Samu Antl]
This neat '40 Harley UL was built by Vincent Summers to race on the sand and features a finely blended mix of vintage and new parts. [Photos: Gary Margerum]
Jeff Twa rode his Shovel 85,000 miles – involving many adventures – before rebuilding the motor; it was obviously built right – in fact it was first build for a world-famous name! [Photos: Liam Kennedy]
Imagine riding a genuine, original Harley XR-750 race bike on the street! Gary Eastman does just that – but it took a long time and a lot of work to transform this beautiful beast from racer to road-goer. [Photos: Gary Margerum]
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