Greasy Kulture Magazine issue 76 features Nicke Svensson from Sweden – proprietor of 'Vardhalla' which creates some amazing parts and machines – with his '47 Knucklehead on the cover.
Nicke collected (some amazingly rare) parts over a decade to build this bike, which was featured at the Brooklyn Invitational... [Photos: Boon Photography]
Gaku 'Gak' Yokomizo, who runs the famous HawgHolic shop in Tokyo, bought this '39 EL Knuck in California and put it back on the road with correct-year engine and parts. It's an original Yellow Jacket MC member's bike with an amazing history. [Photos: Kentaro Yamada]
Dale Hillard bought a pre-unit project in Belgium, built it in England and sold it to a guy in Switzerland! This fine Triumph chopper fought him every step of the way... [Photos: Russ DeBarr]
Tomoaki is head chef at one of Tokyo's best-loved restaurants and commutes every day on this very cool – and very original – '59 Harley Sportster. [Photos: Suntee / Mochi]
This killer Shovel chopper is Marcus's first build ... created with club brothers during a typical long, dark Swedish winter! [Photos: Mathias Lindkvist]
Badger is a tattooist in Dublin, Ireland and member of a long-established MC; his '48/'49 Panhead belonged to a well known member of the same club in the 1960s and was sold to Badger by Billy Lane... [Photos: Jacqueline Gallagher]
Adam built this tough Shovel for a friend in his home garage in Leeds, UK and wanted a particular stance for the bike, inspired by – can you guess? – Japan... [Photos: @greasykulture]
This '46 Knucklehead was built in France by Anthony Lépine and the paint was inspired by a peacock that arrived unexpectedly one day in his garden; a few of its feathers are even floating in the clear on the gas tank! [Photos: Remi Desclaux]
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