British Customs x Analog Motorcycles

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It all comes down to the details. Whether you believe the devil lurks within them or not, its those small, minute executions of creativity that make or break a design. Tony Prust is obsessed with them. Take one look at any of his custom bike builds and you’ll see what we mean. His shop, Analog Motorcycles, has been seriously sweating the small things for riders seeking absolute cohesion in each and every one of the hand-built customs that bears the Analog name. When you find out that Tony used to be a finish-carpenter -- a field that rewards a keen eye as quickly as it plucks out a dull one -- it starts to make sense. When ...

Iron Moto Challenge: We Want You… To Vote!

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With only five hours to work their magic, the Iron Moto builders descended upon the Windy City -- custom creations in tow -- ready to strip their bikes down and put them back together again. A challenge for even the most seasoned crew within the confines of their own shop, but an even more incredible spectacle in front of the passionate people at this year’s Motoblot. Now its up to you, yes you, to help decide which build deserves to take down the crown of Iron Moto Champion!!! ...

Northern Ohio Triumph’s “Elysium”

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Working with Triumph’s Ton-running factory Cafe Racer, the Thruxton, twenty-seven year-old Carl Peshof and the team from Northern Ohio Triumph and Ducati, decided to showcase its inherent old school appeal. Of course, that doesn’t mean they left anything alone. Performance was paramount with their build as they overbored the the Hinkley twin to punch it up to 1000cc’s. High compression pistons, a hotter cam set, bigger intake manifolds and larger injectors were all added to the mix to make Elysium a powerful enough to contend in the Thruxton Cup.   We’re pretty sure you wouldn’t wanna risk swapping paint ...