Nick DiBenedetto of Huntington Beach, California shows us his garage built twin engine 1964 Triumph Bonneville, whose engines each displace 750cc and produce a combined horsepower of 120.
Nick Larry Romestant of Romestant Engineering shows us one of their SpecialKs, this one called the The Bomb.
Nick DiBenedetto of Huntington Beach, California shows us his garage built Ford flathead V8 powered Harley-Davidson.
David Miezal of Olympia Motorcycles in Pasadena, California shows us his first build, a custom Moto Guzzi 850T that was inspired by the speed record setting bikes of Ernst Jakob Henne.
Way before Polaris began marketing its Slingshot, Sithirak Yin of Eastvale, California built a three-wheeler in his garage which he designed on a computer and based on a Suzuki SV1000 and Hayabusa. BMW and Chevy Corvette car parts were also utilized.
Max Hazan of Hazan Motorworks in Los Angeles, California shows us his custom Royal Enfield Bullet 500.
Brian Pearson of Dana Point, California shows us his beautifully restored 1967 BSA Spitfire.
Cody Adams of Portland, Oregon shows us his custom drag racer based on a 1961 Triumph TR6, named “The Cockfighter”.
Bill Greene of Capistrano Beach, California shows us his beautifully restored 1974 Norton Commando, which is build 101 by Colorado Norton Works. Riding video shot with the GoPro Hero 3+.
Raphael Bertolus of Studio City, California shows us his custom sidecar rig built around a BMW R1150GS Adventure. The rig, designed by Raphael and built by Boxer Metal of Chico, California, is a chase vehicle for expeditions of RawHyde Adventures, the official BMW Off-Road Training Center. Riding video shot with the GoPro Hero 3+.