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Roland Sands’ ‘Wasp Concept’ is turned into a street machine. After the XSR700 was born from work that Shinya Kimura did on his Faster Sons project, we knew that the Roland Sands build from last month was going to turn into an MT-09 based model. And here it is. It’s another entry into Yamaha’s successful … #fireitup @wearemotofire

The first Suzuki '16 SV650 custom is here. It’s not a factory concept, but it’s a great indication of what a base for building the new SV650 could be. The SV650 ‘Cafe Racer x Road Rally’ concept is the first build that we’ve seen based upon the well-received 2016 Suzuki SV650 and we’re liking the dir... See for more. #2016, #Custom, #NewBike, #Suzuki, #Sv650

This Harley will soak up all of the bumps in the road. Will Ryman is the son of a minimalist painter and is known within the art community for producing large scale art works that are often displayed in public and urban spaces. For his latest piece to go on display, Ryman wanted to ‘discuss … #fireitup @wearemotofire

Che Guevara’s Son Sells Motorcycle Diary Tour. #fireitup @wearemotofire

The public chose these three custom, Indian Scouts. Indian gave dealers around the world an opportunity to customise a Scout. We chose some of our favourites when the thirty five dealer bikes were announced back in January this year. Suffice it to say, pretty much none of the bikes that we chose were selected by you – the public that is ... See for more. #Competition, #Custom, #Indian, #Scout

Just make these 2016 SV650 customs already Suzuki! Oberdan Bezzi’s ‘Yellow Weapon’ custom 2016 SV650 designs are the bikes you didn’t know you wanted until now. We regularly take a stop every couple of weeks or so at Mr Bezzi’s website. He’s a prolific designer of different motorcycling ideas and always has us ... See for more. #Bezzi, #CafeRacer, #Custom, #Scrambler, #Suzuki

Girls Go Wheels: Empowering Egyptian women through bikes - Motofire #fireitup @wearemotofire


We’ve solved your ‘what to do this weekend?’ problem for you. Do you remember last week when we posted a video by Lincolnshire shed-tinkerer Colin Furze showing his step-by-step guide to making your very own drift trike from a 125cc petrol engine? Well, now he’s finally posted his video of the final constructed machine online and … #fireitup @wearemotofire