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Bike Features

Bike Features

At last, Bandit gave us the go-ahead to reach out and find some choice bikes for the site. This area won't feature the same bikes that mags do. This will cover bikes with style and class, a few nicks, some for sale, others because of what they do, not how they look. The gallery begins with a selection of Bandit's bikes, from the broken and barely running, to some of the sweet rides of late.
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The Asahi Bike Built by Norio Akai

Influenced from his roots in Japan Raw.

Photos by Larry Olson, Article by Darren Ho
When he was able to find some spare moments, he embarked on building a bike for a customer.
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Jack Daniels To Display A Pair Klock Werks Customized Indians

See these beauties at Jack Daniel’s Experience all over the country

By Sara Liberté
The “Jack Daniel’s Experience”, that travels the country to all kinds of events from NASCAR to various Motorcycle Rallies, will now proudly display two promotional Indian motorcycles customized by Klock Werks.
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Ronin: An All-American, Buell-Powered Boutique Superbike

After several years in development, Ronin Motor Works is releasing the first 12 bikes of their limited run of 47 motorcycles.

By Ben Lamboeuf
These limited production motorcycles are designed at the Ronin Motor Works factory in Denver, Colorado. Each production Ronin features 11 cast aluminum parts that are hand-sanded and painted. Other components inclu...
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The bike was built to pay homage to the dealerships racing history.

Photos and text by Jeffrey Najar
The bike was built by Hal's Harley Davidson in New Berlin, to pay homage to the dealership's racing history.
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El Serape, Long Beach XS 650

This shop project began as a basket.

From the McQuiston Gang. Photographer: The esteemed Markus Cuff
This shop project began as a basket. “I had a skateboarding buddy from Carson, California, and he needed some money,” said Ralph Garcia of Long Beach.
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A Concept Store and a Merger between RSD and P-16 (or Powerplant)

By Bandit with photos by Peter Linney, Markus Cuff, and Art Hall
Editor’s note: I’ve been chasing Yaniv Evan for several months to write the feature about the P-16. He’s like trying to interview a starving field mouse, darting from one empty container to another one in search for food. No time to talk.
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The Mayhem Panhead

Hell Raiser Comes Down to Earth

By Bandit with photos by Jack McIntyre
After speaking with Chris, I knew we would be in contact for years to come. He was like talking to an old pal in front of the local bike night, about his latest build. We discussed this bike, his shop, and economic survival, Sturgis, Bonneville, and show circuits. So, where the hell should I start?
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Matt Hotch Classic Vincent

Currently in the MetalSport Garage

By Bandit with photos by Ray Guiterrez
Our features have become a Bikernet collection of favorite motorcycles for various reasons. Sometimes the owner or the motorcycle contains an amazing story. In this case, this bike represents so much, and it’s a classic build with historic significance and absolutely vintage lines.
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