This Issue #34
HONDA CB400 CAFE RACER
Looks like a professional workshop build but this stunning baby Honda is a firsttime effort from Melbourne’s talented Jake Rypien, with just a bit of help from his mates. There are no excuses!
MV AGUST A 750S TRIBUTE
Modern take on the revered early-1970s MV Agusta 750 Sport, from the workshop that took the factory race team to 75 World Championships in 26 years, including 17 consecutive 500cc titles
WALT SIEGL DUCATI
Be still my bleeding heart! Brett Spinucci and Sydney workshop Shed X blend old school Ducati style with a trick chassis and modern running gear. Yes, you can have your cake and eat it too!
ROYAL ENFIELD INTERCEPTO R
The new Indian 650cc parallel twin gets a makeover from English custom workshop Old Empire Motorcycles before it even goes on sale in Australia. It’s very mod friendly, just how we like ’em
HOT ROD TRIUMPH TRACKER
The South Bay Triumph Street Tracker is 75 per cent more powerful and 25 per cent lighter than a stock Bonnie, stands out in a crowd and sounds like a proper British bike. The queue starts here!
MAX HAZAN GOES JAP
A 1938 JAP speedway engine gets a new life powering Max Hazan’s most recent build. He says it’s his all-time favourite, to ride as well as look at. John Alfred Prestwich would have
liked it too
HUSQVARNA NUDA 900R
Melbourne’s Joshua LaPirow and Bikecraft’s Brad Wiseman transform the world’s biggest moto crosser into the most unique cafe racer in Australia. Nothing is more naked than a
CCM SPITFIRE SCRAMBLER
The company that made its reputation doing impossible things with OHV BSA singles in the 1970s is back with a delectable range of modern customs, only this time powered by
lusty Husky 600s