Built – issue 9£4.99
Inside issue 9 of Built, Tom Bing takes a road trip on a Harley across California where he meets Cycle Zombies, a crew of skaters, surfers, chopper riders and punks on Huntington Beach.
Tom also meets Steve Caballero who is one of the greatest skaters of all time (and massively into bikes!); Suicide Machine – the most badass bike building duo in SoCal, and he catches up with Nicolai Sclater who is one of LA's most gifted artists…and he's a Brit!
Also inside, ninety riders on inappropriate bikes try to ride the length of Britain, we learn why racing 12 massive bikes round a tiny dirt oval is an excellent idea and much more!
Built – issue 8£4.99
Inside the latest issue of Built, we take a look at the 250 bike-mad women who headed to Wales for an epic weekend party at the Camp VC women's only event; we visit the Born Free Motorcycle Show which is one of America's top custom events and we take a trip to Motorcycle Social – a new but already thriving show in Leeds.
Also inside: meet the 22-year-old who built two of the best machines at Bike Shed; we stumble upon three wild creations, each with an amazing backstory at Jets Forever and we visit SBomb Motorcycles in Poole – a new bike shop and cafe making great customs and coffee.
PLUS: what happens when a top race mechanic builds a custom, quality clothing emporium Legacy 85 now with added Triumph spares, why Pete Pearson keeps winning global custom competitions and much more!
Built – Issue 7£4.99
In issue seven of Built magazine, Dutch watch- makers TW Steel invite four experiences custom motorcycle builders to build a quartet of bikes based on
standard Yamahas. We see the stunning results.
We meet the Swedish builders that have created an Indian Scout tracker capable of running in the world’s largest endure and Ross Jackson who took on the
challenge of turning a stock bike into a pukka flat-tracker, winning his maiden race.
Dick Smith, aka The Baron, one of the few remaining old skool bike builders in the UK talks Bonneville blasters, glitter flake bobbers and building bikes for Ewan and Charley.
Events this month include a visit to Wheels and Waves in Biaritzz, the Malle Mile in London and the Café Racer Festival in Monthery, France – fast turning into Europe’s most exciting bike event.
Built Magazine Issue 5£4.99
Wild innovation, no rules whatsoever and a desire to use the most advanced technology of the day… sounds like the blurb from a new custom shop but those were the principles of motorcycle builders 100 years ago. It was a breathtaking period of development, which we celebrate this month by reporting on 91 headcases riding century-old bikes 3306 miles across America (page 52). If you don’t pick up some inspiration for your next build (or ride) i’ll be astonished. The pioneer spirit continues in this issue with our trip to Paris, where some of Europe’s finest builders hang out, plus as usual we’ve got a range of stunning bikes from around the globe.
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Built Magazine Issue 4£4.99
In the fourth issue of Built we celebrate the custom bike scene in London with a visit to the iconic Bike Shed in Shoreditch to catch up with founder, Dutch, to hear about the first 12 months of the company’s new HQ. We visit Vagabond, a bike-friendly tattoo studio in Hackney and while we’re there, stop for coffee at Dark Arts and Black Skulls – a mongrel of a clothing shop, workshop and bike club that lurks unseen in the backstreets of the East End.
There’s a show report from the Revival Cycles Show in Texas and we get the heads up on Deus Ex Machina’s 2017 clothing range.
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Built Magazine Issue 3£4.99
The latest issue of Built magazine celebrates 20 years of Krazy Horse, Britain’s number one custom bike dealership, there’s machines from Rickman Buell, XTR Pepo and Death Machines and the latest selection of builds from Yamaha’s Yard Build custom bike programme.
We visit custom bike shop The Foundry Motor on our tour of Cornwall, meet the custom crew in Paris and Wisconsin, and meet Karles Vives, who’s tour company Scram Africa organises trips into the desert for classic and neo-classic bike riders.
There’s event reports from Bike Shed London, Malle Mile and The Hot Hayride, the launch of Deus’ latest flick ‘South to Sian’, plus there’s fashions from Pike Brothers, Urban Rider and Dickies Urban Workwear.
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