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Greasy Kulture Magazine favours the homebuilt over the shop-built, the greasy over the shiny... if it's righteous – wherever it is in the world – you'll find it in GK's pages.

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This blog actually started in 2007, was abandoned, then restarted properly in March 2008, almost exactly five years ago. In that time, it has attracted 1,102,561 page views. Yeah, I know.

It's not the best or coolest out there, but it has been consistent: I've tried to post something on most days. And this funny little page has become home: a bit shabby, with a few jobs I've been meaning to do for years but never got round to.

But now it's almost time to say goodbye.

And what better music to pack up my stuff to than the sound of a freshly-built Shovelhead, pipes barking against the dead quiet of freshly fallen snow: Terry Godschalk's VL/Shovel, beautifully (and bravely) photographed by Brad at ZON, and soon to be featured in the all-new GKM.

Final news tomorrow.

More from the Machine Shed

Mike's 45, built by Matt at Machine and shot by Roger at Pinball Images.

Nice, nice, nice. (Neat neat neat?)

Aussie ingenuity and class.

Coming very soon.

Help me

Is this your bike? Or do you know whose it is? Please comment below or email me at

Aussie K

This bike's got to have an interesting story, right? I met its owner Martin in Yokohama and my good friends in Oz Penny and Buzz have hooked up with him to shoot it for the mag. Funny how small the world's getting.


Not me. The motorcycle.

Another shot of me, Pepe and Billy (of Italian Choppers, with the GKM award at Verona) and a nice clear view of the primary side of this great bike.

Rob's treasure trove

You may have noticed Rob White's ads in GKM. Rob's Used Harley Parts in Virginia is an Aladdin's cave of used everyday and rare Harley parts.

Friends in the UK have bought engines (titled, fully guaranteed) and gearboxes off him: he is happy to ship overseas. Why not try him next time you're looking for a motor, front end or tranny?

The Castle Run – do not miss this one

This is one of the best events I went to last year. I'm not going to miss the next one. You shouldn't either.


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