Hat tip to my readers for the links to the (always indispensable) Pipeburn magazine and article. It Fred Krugger’s ’66 Honda CB 450 – “Tribute to Japan”. Sent to me with no explanation or info. It’s obviously a quality build and professionally done photo shoot and I’d very much like to give some attribution so as not to step on copyright etc..
A cool Honda FTR 223! Thanks to Gihan Anuruddha for the pics. Sorry for the spam filter delay.
A long time lament of mine here in the states. There is FINALLY some decent 250-500cc bikes coming that aren’t embarrassing turds. I wish they weren’t all sportbikes though. Something manageable along these lines would tempt more than a few 16 year olds I’d wager.
Another victim of the Spam POS filter!
Really glad I found this one! That’s a tough looking build!
I’ve been reading your site for quite some time now and I really enjoy it!….keep up the good work!
here are some pic’s of my 2001 Triumph bonny that I have owned since new I just recently completed the scrambler up grade you see in the pic’s the cromoly frame,pipes,camshafts,and fiberglass,ect. were all made from scratch in my garage……feel free to post them on your site if you like.
Thanks for your consideration
Frank Lee Strange
Rolling through the Spam filter again. grrr… sorry about that. I haevn’t been checking it enough. Stay tuned for a lot more bikes that got snagged.
Couple of pics attached of my 1966 Bultaco Sherpa Model 10 “Sammy Miller”.
Hat tip to Travis Lawson on FB. It’s too bad thought that it’s on the opposite corner of the country 😦
This came attached to and email which requested information on an entirely different bike but it is just too nice to pass up! Thanks to Erick for the image!
Very Nice! Bravo Roberto!
(I just noticed in that when I entered my post tag that this is my first Mondial. And shame on me)
Hy, congratulations for your blog it’s great! I send you some picture of my
bikes.The shot with the Mondial was been taken at Imola, the other two I have
made from Speed Triple 955ì.
Roberto from milan