This 1982 GS450, called "The Cotrione" (in slang: "The back" from the shape of the body work) is the result of the encounter of four young motoring enthusiasts, happened a year ago: Danilo, Simone, Tullio and Michael...
This 1992 Yamaha XJ600 was purchased by Ruben Garcia Burcio of Garbur Garage 87 at the end of 2012 with the objective of building a performing and efficient motorcycle preserving all the classic charm of its years. The project began in March 2013 and resulted in four months of intense work, performed in spare time and weekends.
Elia Cattelani is not a mechanic by profession, but he has always been a mechanic for passion, both in speed races and in motocross. One year ago, thinking about a new project, he chose an important bike in the motorcycling history, a Honda CB 750 Four K2.
If Beemers scrambler are becoming boring, everyone similar to each other, an exception must be made for the last build by Down & Out Cafe Racer in UK. To me, this R80/7 stands out of the crowd because of its elegance and perfection.
Built in Corsica five years ago, this bike was a great inspiration for me to modify my Inazuma and to start with my blog. It's still one of the best builds based on a 1998-2002 Suzuki GSX1200. Great B&W shot by Thierry Vincent.
In the late 60's, Kawasaki was planning to build a new 750 cc four-cylinder four-stroke powerful motorcycle. They were beaten to the marketplace by the Honda CB750. So they decided to postpone their project until a bigger and more powerful engine would have been ready: the Kawasaki Z900 was developed in strict secrecy under the project name "New York Steak". Its production started in 1972: at the time it was the most powerful stock bike ever built. After 42 years these bikes are still awesome, and these custom builds are the evidence.