Half a decade ago something shifted in the motorcycle world. A movement of people realized they wanted something more than just a purchased experience, they wanted a hands-on, get down and dirty real life struggle–a real left experience. It was a movement of people who saw the pictures and heard the stories of "the good ol' days" from their grandparents. Simultaneously the economy was in the gutter, and the old timers started clearing out their collections of rusty motorcycles, liquidating basement projects and freeing up the motherlode of vintage bikes.
Volume 4 comes from the 4th year of The 1 Motorcycle show. Each volume is unique to the bikes, their builders, and the photographers, making them worthy collectibles for the custom motorcycle enthusiast.
Volume 43is available here.
If you’re interested in all things custom, the builders behind them, and the ingenuity of past and present generations in the motorcycle community, get your hands on these books. They are worthy of the finest coffee table or workbench. You can also take pride in the fact that you are supporting custom motorcycle culture and all the independent bike builders creating unique, amazing motorcycles on their own terms.