0 New BMW R100/7 by Crd friends, Madrid

If you want to view all technical details of this beast please visit CRD webside, or in his Blog. enjoy!

0 Tellason Stories: Meet Todd

Tellason Stories: Meet Todd from Vertical Online on Vimeo.
We set out to explore the spirit and sensibilities of the Tellason user and to share their unique stories. For our first film in the series we're featuring Todd Blubaugh. Todd is a brilliant photographer, artist, graphic designer and motorcycle builder who loves to document two-wheeled adventures with a camera.

Todd Blubaugh

Director: Logan Kelsey

Camera: RED Scarlet-X
Editing: Final Cut Pro X
Music Licensing: Deep Elm Records

Special Thanks
Twinline Motorcycles

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0 Further II

Edwin and Kingdom of Kicks share a similar approach to life, both constantly looking to push the boundaries of their perennial products. Together they tell a story of friendship and respect for the simplicity of their respective crafts, embarking on a journey that takes them from London to Biarritz to take part in the Wheels & Waves event. Riding personally customised bikes with a couple of old tents thrown in, no map, a healthy dose of rain, old skateboards and knackered out surf boards, Nico's famous catapult, and eyes for mischief and adventure, the marauding members of the ‘FURTHER’ crew celebrate the best of times putting their product to the test. edwin-europe.com kingdomofkicks.co.uk wheels-and-waves.com

1 Harley Knucklehead by Rough Crafts & Zero Engineering

The Taiwan-based guys at Rough Crafts have recently come up with a stunning project based on an S&S Harley Knucklehead engine, which has been fitted a tuning kit from Zero Engineering, the creators of the famous Samurai Chopper.

This bike eludes some rather gothic appearance, with what seem to be Victorian accents. Winston Yeh of the Taiwan-based brand is an enthusiastic lover of Zero, as he describes: “The Zero Style created by Mr. Shinya Kimura has always been amazing to us. When we finally got our hands on a Zero kit, we decided to build a bike that was inspired by Shinya’s creations, yet still has that Rough Crafts flavor.”
The frame of this magnificent bike is a Type 6 from Zero, and has been garnished with all sorts of parts from the same manufacturer like a seat and springer forks.

Aside from these, the most components of this bike have been done by Rough Crafts though, describing the exquisite manufacture which Yeh is able to boast with: “When you’ve got this great canvas to work with, you just want to add more and more details. Like custom foot controls, and weld-on hand controls with a remote hydraulic master cylinder.”

Initially, the guys at Rough Crafts wanted to fit the bike with an exposed battery, but Yeh came up with a rather interesting box which could house a smaller and much more efficient Lithium-Ion battery and the master cylinder. Mr. Yeh has later added that the bike’s design aesthetics resembles the brand’s earlier Brass Racer, with black, brass and neo-vintage touches.