Greasy Kulture Magazine issue 75 features Vinz Guntern – founder of the Art & Wheels Basel show – with his '48 Panhead on the cover.
Vinzenz hand-built his show-winning Pan over a few years, as and when he could afford parts and when the mood took him... [Photos: Michael Van Parys]
Fil Rebellato was due to ride his Panhead across the USA until Covid-19 upended his plans; this bike has tested him to the limit. [Photos: Marco and Luca Donazzan]
Dan Sladovnik comes from a family of motorcycle racers; so you can guess what happened when he bought a Harley 45 motor... [Photos: Dan Venditto]
Kota is editor-in-chief of Roller and Ripper magazines... and he has a righteous chopper to match. [Photos: Suntee / Mochi]
Vincent Summers has built many great bikes, like his dad and step-dad before him; this '42 Knuck is pared-back and blacked-out... [Photos: Jonny Wilson]
Jake Doesburg bought a hot-rodded Knuck motor from the USA, and it now powers a stump-pulling hill climber in Australia. [Photos: Roger Chambers]
The Monterey Road Run brought AMCA members from far and wide to ride northern California's choicest roads; Dr. Sprocket was there. [Photos: Ken Nagahara]
Colin Beaumont-Russell turned his temperamental Knucklehead chopper into a reliable mile-muncher... on a budget. We ask him how. [Photos: Dr. Keith Fraser]
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