Kathleen Henderson

Kathleen Henderson

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Mann, 56, NRW, Deutschland. Architektur, Autos, Motos, Reisen, Mode. Credit to the artists: all...

Mann, 56, NRW, Deutschland. Architektur, Autos, Motos, Reisen, Mode. Credit to the artists: all...

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Red Clouds Collective is the very personification of everything that makes Portland, well, Portland. It’s a small workshop that produces bespoke leather goods like hats, tool rolls and aprons. And a glance through their social media feed features lots of desaturated black and white photos of bearded men in the woods staring into the middle distance. But they also turn their hands to the occasional custom bike. And they do a really neat job of it too, as this paired-back 1989 XR250 shows.

Red Clouds Collective is the very personification of everything that makes Portland, well, Portland. It’s a small workshop that produces bespoke leather goods like hats, tool rolls and aprons. And a glance through their social media feed features lots of desaturated black and white photos of bearded men in the woods staring into the middle distance. But they also turn their hands to the occasional custom bike. And they do a really neat job of it too, as this paired-back 1989 XR250 shows.

It’s time for our Bikes Of The Week, and this killer two-stroke Yamaha scrambler heads the list. It's a super-light 210 pounds of tweaked RD350 insanity. The builder is Arjun Raina of Moto Exotica, and he’s added a custom swingarm, KTM 200 suspension and a complete new seat, tank and tail section. Check the exhaust: it’s been TIG welded from 45 separate sections, including those gorgeous, stainless steel expansion chambers Hit the link in our bio to see four more killer builds that caught...

It’s time for our Bikes Of The Week, and this killer two-stroke Yamaha scrambler heads the list. It's a super-light 210 pounds of tweaked RD350 insanity. The builder is Arjun Raina of Moto Exotica, and he’s added a custom swingarm, KTM 200 suspension and a complete new seat, tank and tail section. Check the exhaust: it’s been TIG welded from 45 separate sections, including those gorgeous, stainless steel expansion chambers Hit the link in our bio to see four more killer builds that caught...

Why ride a motorcycle? Riding is something most people don't have to do, but rather feel compelled to--for a wide variety of reasons ranging from passion to practicality. One of the most distinct things about riding is that nothing feels quite like a motorcycle; the thrill of being at one with a two-wheeled freedom machine that weighs only a few hundred pounds is one of the purest ways to get from point A to B, and the risks involve sometimes even heighten that enjoyment.

Why ride a motorcycle? Riding is something most people don't have to do, but rather feel compelled to--for a wide variety of reasons ranging from passion to practicality. One of the most distinct things about riding is that nothing feels quite like a motorcycle; the thrill of being at one with a two-wheeled freedom machine that weighs only a few hundred pounds is one of the purest ways to get from point A to B, and the risks involve sometimes even heighten that enjoyment.

Honda XR600 scrambler by @adhoccaferacers of Barcelona, featured on @bikeshedmc. The seat is upholstered in an old military poncho!

Honda XR600 scrambler by @adhoccaferacers of Barcelona, featured on @bikeshedmc. The seat is upholstered in an old military poncho!