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we could not miss the fantastic Bobber based on Indian Chief created by Go Takamine aka Brat Style for actor Nicholas Hoult, and listen, listen, Go had a chat to tell his father – in every sense – of the Chief, our Ola Stenegard, head of Indian motorcycle Design.
We caught up with John Christenson, photographer, creator and founder of Oil and Ink expo, and filmmaker, who told us a little about himself and the project for the short film of The Poster Maker .. we can’t tell you more!
A dark R18 made in Taiwan by the master of dark motion, Winston Yeh. Rough Crafts precedes the presentation full of succulent details of the new Bobber concept by Royal Enfield, fresh from Eicma Milano.
The # 33 takes us to Oregon, exactly to Portland, where Thor Drake and See See Motorycles have baked the cool Tinker, namesake of the man who shaped it using Drake’s own designs. A sparkling red Honda Drixton 380 will make your eyes shine thanks to the efforts of BlackBean Motorcycles, so that in the meantime you can prepare yourself to know every detail of the Vintage-Challenge of an absolute master. Our friend Roland Sands has finally unveiled the EL CAMINO project, built piece by piece starting from an Indian Thunder Stroke engine! From California we jump to the south of France, where someone had fun, but a lot of fun, with a 1978 MotoGuzzi 850 T3, making her a truly noteworthy lady cafe racer.
From France, it’s a moment and we are already in Tokyo, because in this issue we present the first version of a new column, written and edited by a Japanese motorcyclist who loves British motorcycles. Yes, you got it right! For this reason you will also find the text in Japanese.
Last but not least, everything you can know, to date, about the new Norton cafe racer prototype: the V4CR.
We remind you that, from this issue #32 you can request a Paper copy, which will be sent directly to the desired address.
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See you soon.