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Greasy Kulture Issue #72

Greasy Kulture Magazine issue 72 features Mark 'Juicie' Denain from Melbourne, Australia, with his funky dual-Linkert Knucklehead stroker on the cover. [Photos: Tim Harris]

 

Dr. Sprocket investigates where Kenny 'Von Dutch' Howard's love for motorcycles started – and how his history of modifying two-wheelers began. [Photos: Dr. Sprocket]

 

Rhys Moreton wanted a long bike, so he put this rad Harley UL together; after 1000 miles pogoing along bad European roads he decided to make a few mods... [Photos: Jonny Wilson]

 

After riding choppers, Kenzo discovered the joy of OEM vintage Harleys. His 1950 F is crusty, cool... and all H-D. Pure Tokyo style! [Photos: Mochi/Suntee]

 

What's more fun than thrashing an 80-year old motorcycle up a steep hill? Some Australian friends decided to recreate the classic hill climbs of yesteryear with KOTH! [Photos: Roger Chambers]

 

Paul Whitehurst liked the look of this cheap Panhead chopper on Craigslist, so he took a risk and bought it. He has a good eye... it turns out Von Dutch painted it. [Photos: Mark Kawakami]

 

Howard's '51 Panhead is a pure early-sixties style chopper. It was built by one of his talented friends, Assembly Chopper Show co-organizer Vince Summers. [Photos: Jonny Wilson]

 

Remember Mike Davis' 'Gila Monster' – the prizewinning pre-unit he built about eight years ago? We do... but haven't published our feature until now. [Photos: Mark Kawakami]

 

You can buy your copy of Issue #72 here and be sure to give GKM a follow on Facebook and Instagram.

Guy


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