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The Devil is in the Detail

“The 10,000-hour rule”. Have you heard of it before? It’s a theory made popular by Malcolm Gladwell, who writes in his book titled Outliersthat 10,000 hours or ten years in any …

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TESTOSTERONE CAFÉ – Ray Drea’s tribute to Willie G. Davidson

There is no question that even on a quick glance, this incredible café racer looks back to the original 1977 Harley-Davidson XLCR production bike, but this café wasn’t just built …

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The Race of Gentlemen

Perhaps you hear about it from friends while hanging out in a buddy’s shop, maybe you saw a gallery on your favourite forum or blog. Black and white images of …

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Swamp Li’l Rascal

I’ve always been a fan of muscle cars and choppers but never really had the money to afford one or the other. A few years ago, after winning some money …

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ON ROUTE FOR BABES RIDE OUT 4

The Departure It is 5 am and I feel drowsy. I had not slept all night. My ever faithful friend, Cath, is driving me to the airport. There is a …

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PAUL TRACY’S BLUE # 3 – Built by Black Label Baggers

So what I thought had been said, done, perfected and widely repeated in the big wheel bagger world has pretty much been thrown into the shop trash can. I thought I …

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LOBO the extreme biker

There are adventurers who set out to travel around the world, and then there are adventurers like me, Éric Lobo, the most extreme Frenchman of all. My story began after …

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It’s all in the curves

I was already wide-eyed and awestruck with the 26th annual MOONEYES show in Yokohama Japan, with the multitude of custom hot rods, low riders, and custom-built bikes, when I laid …

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American Motorcycle Service: LUCIFER’S HAMMER

The devil’s in the details when it comes to “Lucifer’s Hammer”, the epic daemon summoned by Scott Porges of American Motorcycle Service. The builder hailing from Framingham Massachusetts is no …

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