Triumph Cruisers


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The Tony Hawk Foundation was created by Action Sports Legend Tony Hawk to help communities across America come together to support young skaters by providing a safe, legal place for parents and kids to enjoy the sport of skateboarding. In order to support this awesome cause, we have built a Triumph Speedmaster to be auctioned off with all the proceeds going to support the Foundation. This build is a real head-turner; featuring British Customs manufactured parts, prototypes, and a number of custom one-offs to finish the look. The bike is built to please the rider and the onlooker alike. From the Low Profile Leather Gel ...

Builder Profile: Johnny Scheff

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If you’re a sports fan, you’ve no doubt heard the phrase “it’s better to be lucky than good”. But what if you’re both? Five minutes into any conversation with Johnny Scheff, the man behind Motoworks Chicago -- your Iron Moto Challenge winner, Calle Maton -- and it becomes pretty clear: He’s damn good at what he does, but he’s convinced it has a lot to do with luck. “I’m the luckiest guy in the world. Seriously, I must have horseshoes up my ass!” Johnny’s shop -- don’t dare call it a dealership --, Motoworks Chicago, has just celebrated its first decade in business. What started out as an actual bike ...

Motoworks Chicago’s “Calle Maton”

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One look at Calle Maton (aka Street Thug), the entirely hot-rodded Triumph Speedmaster Iron Moto Challenge build, created by Johnny Scheff and his Motoworks Chicago crew is all it takes. That paint, a product of hours of labour by Blue Moon Kustoms, is intricate and enticing. You can’t help but be drawn to it. Just don’t get too close. Like a moth to a flame, you’ll be burned just as quick. You see, Scheff is a bit of a showman. During the build’s early stages, when he was joking around with teammate Jonathan Costello about a fiery paint job and Costello said it should shoot flames, well Calle Maton’s fate was ...