Greasy Kulture Magazine issue 71 features Tom Heavey's amazing '53 Triumph Thunderbird on the cover, which won best pre-unit at Born-Free in June. But it nearly didn't make it to the show... [Photos: Daron Gray]
Dr Sprocket delves back into the archives to celebrate the achievements of top cam-grinder 'Bus' Schaller, whose Knuckleheads ruled the strips and the lakes in the late '40s/early '50s.[Photo: Flathead Jedd]
Shaun Walker – better known in the UK for high-end café racer builds – is back in our pages with another tidy Harley custom, this time a race-inspired 1940 Harley UL.
Troels Madsen's Knucklehead was built in Denmark and the period chopper look was painstakingly created, using the proper late thirties Harley parts, with some choice vintage aftermarket additions.[Photos: Mads Krabbe]
Katsu's '69 slabside Shovel chopper was built by one of Japan's Harley masters... Mr Murayama in Osaka, whose machines are always fast, solid and reliable. [Photos: Mochi/Suntee]
The Goodwood Hornets is a period bike gang (think 'Wild One') created just for the Goodwood Revival in England, an amazing event created by the Duke of Richmond to celebrate the coolest machines and motorsport of yesteryear.
Locked n' Lodi in NorCal is known for its wine, being the title of a Creedence song... and now this cool, laid-back bike and van show, Locked 'n' Lodi! [Photos: Taku Onoda]
Pre-war Knucks are rare enough; original paint bikes, in Norway? Hen's teeth! Sverre bought this time machine from the original owner's family (who had to hide it from the Germans in WWII)... [Photos: Ole M. Nybakken]
Lee Carter's '78 Shovel chopper is a beast; in fact, it's tried to kill him. Twice. We've wanted a feature on this lovely bike from the Welsh valleys for years... [Photos: Jonny Wilson]
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