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Britten V1000, by John Britten. In the true tradition of New Zealanders making and making whatever they need. He wanted a bike & made all of it.

The Britten V1000 is a handbuilt race motorcycle designed and built by John Britten and a group of friends in Christchurch, New Zealand during the early 1990s. The bike went on to win the Battle of the Twins in Daytona, USA and set a number of world speed records. The bike was designed from first principles and hosts a number of innovations including extensive use of carbon fibre, the radiator located under the seat, double wishbone front suspension, frameless chassis and engine data logging.

In New Zealand, John Britten is a household name—and rightly so. His V1000 has been described as ‘the greatest motorcycle ever built’.

Isle of Man race winner Graeme Crosby might be retired, but he’s as busy as ever. He’s set up a bike building operation called New Generation Classics, and with the help of an ex-Britten mechanic, he’s turning out some very interesting resto-mods—like this 1974 Kawasaki Z1A built for a local enthusiast.

Cafe Racer Poster | "Four Wheels Move the Body, Two Wheels Move the Soul" 11x17 in. Poster with a silhouette of a Honda CB550 Cafe Racer.

Are you man enough? This is the Denco “Triple-Triple,” one of the mighty machines featured in John Stein's amazing book, Motorcycle Drag Racing: A History.

No-Limit-Custom "NGT" V-Rod

The remarkable 'Kestrel' by Ian Barry of Falcon Motorcycles — one of the most beautiful and influential custom motorcycles of recent years. Taken from the new book, The Ride: