Greasy Kulture Magazine issue 80 features Grant Peterson - vintage H-D guru and Born Free co-founder – on the cover with his magnificent mile-munching (and Denis Babin-painted) '44 UL chopper. [Photos: Mark Kawakami]
Yoshi used to edit Hot Bike Japan and Cycle Headz and is a well known face on the Japanese chopper and vintage race scene; he built this funky '42 WLA for beach racing. [Photos: Suntee / Mochi]
This Shovelhead came to Nick Panesar as an unpromising project in a big pile of boxes. With a little help from his friends in Vancouver, he put together this righteous chopper. [Photos: Danny Spasic]
We've never featured a Zündapp before but couldn't resist the pared-back lines of Joel Burkhard's beautiful lil' '52 two stroke Norma.
Cherry's Company is one of Japan's coolest and most original shops – and this 1980 Shovel is tight, right and outta sight! The subtle modifications on this bike are amazing.
This beautifully patinated, original paint Indian Chief is regularly ridden by Sean McCarron from his home in Ireland all over Europe. 'Ride 'em don't hide 'em'. [Photos: Lorcan Doherty]
Doug Walker pieced together this TROG racer Knuck bit by bit, starting with a wrecked set of cases. If it looks badass that's because it is!
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