Greasy Kulture Magazine issue 64 is selling fast and features the usual mix of beautifully shot, traditionally-styled and built bikes from around the globe.
On the cover is Justin Walls with the Gus Carlheim/Harley dry lake racer he created with Bobby Green; this amazing machine won 'best of show' at Born Free in June. [Photos: Jordan Pay]
This tuff 75 Shovel Stroker was handbuilt by Magnus Andersson; in case you didn't know, pared-back style with tire-shredding performance is a Scandinavian signature! [Photos: Magnus Andersson]
Saburo cheats death every day at work... so of course, he's into motorcycles! His '45 FL Knuck is almost all original H-D and is ridden at every opportunity around Tokyo. [Photos: Suntee-Mochi]
Markus's '49 Panhead has won awards at shows all around northern Europe. Not surprising... this hand-fabbed and pristinely-finished machine is about as skinny as a Milwaukee tractor gets. [Photos: Ulf Forsberg]
James builds some of Europe's sweetest bob-jobs out of his Copenhagen workshop. This glorious green 45 is no exception: recognize that color? It was due to end up on a sixties muscle car...[Photos: James Roper-Caldbeck]
Art & Wheels in Basel, Switzerland showcases some of Europe's coolest two-wheelers. Michael Van Parys snapped his favourites on film, just for us. [Photos: Michael Van Parys]
Luke had fond memories of his dad's Beesa; so he tracked it down, bought it back... and created a bike the Small Heath factory could never have imagined. [Photos: Joel Binion]
Marko D styled his XLCH after the archetypal outlaw sixties machine... stripped back, tall risers, drag bars. Built by Jeff Leighton, this Sportster is tight, right and as tough as they come. [Photos: Jonny Bourgault]
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