The guys over at Death Collective have teamed up with British Customs to build one hell of a beautiful scrambler. ‘Pamela’ The Scrambler By The Death Collective ($CALL) started its life off as a 2015 Triumph Scrambler and features a long list of visual and performance upgrades. This bad boy was made specifically for fun, whether that be getting muddy on a dirt track, thrashing a long straight away, or spitting sand on the beach. Now here’s the cool part. The complete build was carried out by a novice mechanic using basic tools in a home garage. The majority of the parts in this build were plug and play and easy to install thanks to how-to videos on the British Customs blog. Check it out for the complete build diary.
I view people who customize bikes more as artists than mechanics. It’s fascinating to see the works of art they’re able to create from metal and sweat. Revival is the cultural center for motorcycle enthusiasts in Austin, Texas. They create beautiful expressions of purpose and form. The customized Ducati SportClassic by Revival ($TBA) is their ...[Read More]