Distinguished Gents Ride 2014

Distinguished Gents Ride 2014

20,000 ladies and gentlemen of character, in dapper gear, on distinguished motorcycles, from 258 cities in 57 countries just raised almost $1.5million for research into the fight against Prostate cancer in a single day’s ride. Not bad […]

ExesoR Machine

ExesoR Machine

Having just enjoyed a completely splendid day riding the London DGR with some of the finest classic motorcycles from many decades ago, I was reminded what exactly it is about the machines themselves that sets my pulse […]

BSMC Gear Guide #27

BSMC Gear Guide #27

LEWIS LEATHERS BRONX JACKET NO.384 Formed in 1892, Lewis Leathers are the oldest British motorcycle clothing company, who for over a century have been providing protective clothing for aviators, motorists and motorcyclists. Their landmark Bronx leather jacket […]

British Espresso

British Espresso

As you cast your mind back through all of the motorcycles you have ever owned or ridden there are always, inevitably favourites, bikes that got away.  Even with enough new and old models out there to keep us […]

Tin Can Customs Special Alloy

Tin Can Customs Special Alloy

Cookie Cutter Cycles would be a feasible name for some workshops out there in planet custom, so it’s refreshing to see Chris Dekker of Tin Can Customs bucking certain trends and attempting to forge his way into the […]

Solow’s CB350

Solow’s CB350

It’s always nice to get a get a second chance; another opportunity doesn’t always come along and nobody likes regrets. The world is an unpredictable place, sometimes everything works out, yet seemingly life often decides to just  […]

Gunnar’s Speed Racer

Gunnar’s Speed Racer

Ever get the feeling when you cast your eye over something and convince yourself you’ve seen it somewhere before? No accident on this occasion as Gunnar’s House of Customs has developed a style that sticks in the […]

Kruz Co Daytona

Kruz Co Daytona

Without wishing to cause offense, it’s fair to say that Belgium does not have the most illustrious recent history of motorcycle manufacturers. Other than some innovation through pre-war Minerva engines and FN racing efforts, certain mid-century events […]

Skuddesign Black Betty

Skuddesign Black Betty

We don’t feature much Milwaukee Muscle on the Bike Shed, but having just fired up a Buell engined Cafè Tracker I’m reminded of the appeal; that engine note takes some beating. Nicolas Barthelemy of Skud Design is […]

BSMC Gear Guide #26

BSMC Gear Guide #26

Check out some cool stuff from Redwings, Rev’it, El Solitario, Duke & Sons and Draggin in this weeks Gear Guide.   PRODUCT REVIEW – REV’IT WINDSOR JACKET Rev’it have yet again come up with a great technical […]

Monroe – Ducati 900ss Café Racer

Monroe – Ducati 900ss Café Racer

Here is my Ducati 900ss Modern Café Racer, she was a lightly modified café before I got her, then the ignition caused a problem, so I spoke to my good friend Simon about getting the ignition sorted […]

Steve Baugrud CB450 NightHawk

Steve Baugrud CB450 NightHawk

Sometimes, you don’t even have a shed to build in. A common frustration for many an amateur builder, who long for somewhere warm and dry, where you won’t get glowering looks from the other half about oil […]