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3 Crocker Motorcycle Company

The Crocker Motorcycle Company was an American manufacturer of single cylinder speedway racing motorcycles from 1932, powerful V-twin road motorcycles from 1936, and the "Scootabout," one of the first modern styled, in the late 1930s. Production ceased in 1942. In 1999 a new corporation was formed to manufacture replica parts, and now produces complete Crockers in kit form, following the original specifications. Al Crocker invented machines that were well ahead of their time in design and function. His bikes were visually pleasing, as Crocker seemed to have a perfect eye for form and balance, for color and simplicity. They were such great examples of fluidity of design that they seemed to be moving, even in still photos. The innovative styling was equally matched by record-breaking performance.









0 Cb 750 Kz, Cyclope by Caferacerdreams

 This beautiful Honda CB 750KZ made by Caferacerdreams is still not finished, but seems to be a promising dream bike for everyone. We eagerly await to see it finished! Great work and God Save the Cream!







0 The Black Falcon, Falcon Motorcycles

The Black Falcon is the third motorcycle in the Concept 10 series from LA-based Falcon Motorcycles. Built off the 1,000 cc V-twin engine of a 1952 Vincent Black Shadow, the Black Falcon took a year to build. Almost everything, except the engine, is handmade. The Black Falcon is the third motorcycle in the Concept 10 series from LA-based Falcon Motorcycles. Built off the 1,000 cc V-twin engine of a 1952 Vincent Black Shadow, the Black Falcon took a year to build. Almost everything, except the engine, is handmade. More details at Falcon WEBSITE





0 Wrecked Metals

Wrecked Metals from Josh Clason on Vimeo.

0 Xs 650 take it from Speedfourjoe album

For more pics click here, Enjoy!






0 A touch of Triumph!









0 GASCAP TEE'S NOW ON SALE!!


0 Vintage Addiction

Every First Sunday of the Month. February's edition of Vintage Addiction, Bangkok, Thailand.

1 GasCap Motorbike on Speedfest 2011

0 Teaser/ trailer to the new film by Brian Darwas (Atomic Hot Rods) "A Sweet Sickness: The Flathead movie".

0 Pier 18, a Triumph T100 Scrambler

By Hammarhead Industries of Philadelphia

0 Picsell, Motorcycle Photography: Judith Panadés Fotografía

0 woody an SR 250 by the Hookie. Now on Sale!

Hookie #3 I TALK ABOUT YET ABOUT THIS GRAGE FROM GERMANY, HOOKIE is a custom service for all two-wheel vehicles and parts. They have online shop too with originals t-shirts an gas handcrafted tanks.Woodie is a 1982 Yamaha SR 250, 238ccm Engine, Mikuni carburator, head & front light, biltwell kung fu grips, rear & front fender, mini signals, 18x3.00 front wheel, 16x120/90 rear, solo seat, wooden numberplate, steel battery box, new wiring, for more pictures, take a look on Hookie website. ENJOY!









1 GasCap Kustom Motorbike, an 883 HD sportster by L.A motorcycles