Riding through Northern California's equivalent of Scotland

Get lost on the Lost Coast Highway. Beau Allen Pacheco and photographer Jeff Allen ride through the scenic Scotland-like landscape of Northern California.

Novices prove they have what it takes for the big league of customizing

Oftentimes you think the custom bikes that are in magazines are built by the world's most prominent customizers, that is not the case with these two Harleys.

A slick new look for Harley's adopted sportbike

To create something new and fresh was the name of the game and Bob Dron was playing. He took a Buell S1 Lightning and turned it into this concept.

A custom in exile

Russell Mitchell's custom Evo is not a Harley-Davidson for the yuppies of the world.

Twin Twins

Two similar red customs with old chopper style without compromising safety.

An overhead-cam original that's mostly aluminum and all very cool

Arlen Ness built a truly one-of-a-kind, virtually all-aluminum custom powered by an 88-inch Big Twin fitted with overhead cams.

Go for the long haul in style

When you go for a long haul you need to take at least some items with you, why not do it in style?

Resurrection

This isn't just a restoration story of a 1944 Harley-Davidson UL, it's a complete resurrection.

The Motor Company builds Big Twin a ground-breaking custom.

Big Twin editors threw the idea over to Harley-Davidson to have them build a through-and-through custom Harley and that's just what the Motor Company did.
West Coast Choppers Custom

Outlaw customs from Jesse James

Jesse James, the owner of West Coast Choppers, built these custom choppers that have enough attitude that even the gunslinging outlaw would have appreciated.

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