Month: December 2018

Ironwood Custom’s ‘The Interpreter’ BMW R100R Scrambler

About Ironwood Custom Motorcycles           Redefine – Reimagine – Renew – Reinvent – Reshape Nice to meet, ”Bold & Minimalistic” at the same time, we are Ironwood! IWC Motorcycles is a Dutch custom garage founded by Arjan van den Boom & Partner in 2012. Together we customize, conceptualize & realize motorcycles to one-of-a-kind vintage machines, piece by piece! Let’s start first with; we are …

6 tips to help you prepare for every motorcycle ride

Preparation: Your key to smart riding     Whether you’re a novice motorcycle rider or an experienced road warrior, your best defense against surprises and potential distractions when riding is preparation.. both mental and physical. Preparation strengthens your ability to anticipate and effectively deal with…   Obstacles or changes in the road Changes in driving conditions …

13 SHADES OF GREY THE FIRST CUSTOM VITPILEN BY IRONWOOD

About the Builder       Redefine – Reimagine – Renew – Reinvent – Reshape Nice to meet, ”Bold & Minimalistic” at the same time, we are Ironwood! IWC Motorcycles is a Dutch custom garage founded by Arjan van den Boom & Partner in 2012. Together we customize, conceptualize & realize motorcycles to one-of-a-kind vintage machines, piece by piece! Let’s start first …

YAMAHA XS1100 CAFE RACER

  YAMAHA XS1100    The Yamaha XS Eleven motorcycle, also called XS11 and XS1100, is a the largest, most powerful Japanese motorcycle produced from 1978 to 1981, powered by an air-cooled 1,101 cc(67.2 cu in) 4-stroke, DOHC inline four-cylinder engine mounted transversely in a duplex cradle frame with swingarm rear suspension, 95-hp shaft drive, and telescopic forks. YAMAHA XS1100   The XS Eleven made its debut in 1978 as the largest capacity then in production. It featured dual …

Yamaha XS1100 Café Racer by VMH.LT crew members

Yamaha XS1100 Café Racer by VMH.LT crew members   The Yamaha XS1100 (also called XS Eleven or XS11), When it was introduced in 1978, the XS1100 was the largest, most powerful Japanese superbike on the market, with a 95-hp air-cooled four and shaft-drive. Yamaha’s first four-cylinder, four-stroke motorcycle. Well-known moto-journalist Roland Brown has said of …