For Sale :: Custom Triumph Thruxton Cafe Racer

I present to you today a very badass custom 2006 Triumph Thruxton cafe racer for sale.  This bike is located in San Diego and comes from our friends, The Beer Booters.  If you haven't heard of 'em...
or checked them out yet - do yourself a favor and get over there...NOW!  Bullitt approved!!

Specs from the owner:
Engine, year and make, model: 2006 Triumph Thruxton
Frame: Stock - slimmed and trimmed
Fork: F3
Tire/wheel size and style: Stock front, bigger wheel in the back - excel rim upgrades.  Bridgestone Battleaxe in the back and Avon VP2 in the front - seems like a good marriage...
Other mods, accessories, cool parts, etc: Custom Alloy Tank from Richard Phelps at TabII classics, Aftermarket Glass bubble seat that was cut, shaved and hacked from Airtech. The upholstery was done by my local secret guy, vintage custom fairing with custom fitted windshield and headlight, cut off all the unnecessary tabs and chucked all the unnecessary electronics and re-wired and relocated all the rest of the electronics onto the bike into a small box under the seat, after market starter switch, key less- just a power switch, no electronics on handlebars, no blinkers, custom tail light and head light, F3 forks, Bubs exhaust, Drilled out Sprocket cover done by Wompy at Still Kickin, Alloy rear adjustable Icon Shocks, K&N Air Filters, Custom lexicon rear mud guard and an alloy seat base guard, King bar end mirror, custom one off Foot Pegs done by Wompy at Still Kickin, functional tiny racing battery, custom gauge bracket with after market gauges, Avon front tire and Bridgestone rear, wide rear tire kit with Excel rims - engine properly tuned to run like a champ.

Bike is still for sale, all offers considered.  
Inquires?  Hit up BeerBooters@gmail.com

Radical Ducati :: RAD02 Pursang Monster

 
The guys from Radical Ducati in Madrid are making a name for themselves building ultra-lightweight Ducati rippers.  This one here is no exception.  

Based on Multistrada 1100 engine and Monster S2R single-sided swing arm, this bike is ready to party.  They created a custom-built aluminum tank, as well as the carbon fiber tail. 

Ohlins suspensions throughout, LED turn indicators, and Marchesini aluminum wheels complete the package. The frame and the swing arm are both painted white as a tribute to the Ducati machines from the 90's.  

 
Radical Ducati has also fitted K&N air filters, EVR slipper clutch, and a custom 2-into-1 exhaust system, consisting of WolfMan collectors and a very loud Spark megaphone.

Specs:
- RAD02 Cromomolibdeno Frame
- S2R Swingarm
- Marchesini Alluminium Forged Wheels
- RAD Ergal Triple Clamps
- Rizoma Handlebar and Risers
- Ohlins Fork
- MT03 Front Light
- Discacciati Brake Rotors Calipers and Radial Pump
- Multistrada 1100 Engine, ported Heads, DP Camshafts, NCR Titanium Big Valves

- EVR Antihooping Dry Clutch
- Keihin FCR41 Carburators
- 2 in 1 WolfMan Exhaust System
- SPARK Megaphone
- Ohlins Rear Schock
- RAD Height Rod
- RAD02 Alluminium Fuel Tank
- RAD02 Corsa Evo Carbon Fiber Solo Seat
- RAD Leds Rear Light
- LED Blinkers
- Rizoma Rear Sets
- Discacciati Radial Clutch Puma
- EVR Clutch Actuator
- Aceite Bardah XT4 10W60



Reader's Rides :: Gold "Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne"






















Check out this custom 2011 Triumph Thruxton. Owner Brian purchased his Thruxton in August 2010 and quickly started thinking how he could make the bike look unique. Unsatisfied with the original paint he began to think of his options. Being a big art history fan he chose the painting "Triumph of Bacchus and Ariadne" by Annibale Carracci (1602). After mocking it up in Photoshop he brought his concept to Fred Sicolli at Killer Kreations in Philadelphia. The rest speaks for itself..




























Specs include:
D&D TT pipes
Custom paint by Killer Kreations
Ohlins rear shocks
Woodcraft 1" clip-ons
Airbox delete
Power Commander

Bullitt Build :: Yamaha XS750

Like the ladies here in Orange County - California, that is - this XS needs a tummy tuck and a face lift just to fit in on these trendy streets.  This shaft driven 1977 Yamaha XS 750 has been choking down the twinkies and is going vegan...stat!   No more double mocha frappuccinos from the local Starbies either.
We're teaming up with an up and coming local builder Jeremy Moltrup and will be collaborating on this entire build.  The bike's getting completely stripped down, detabbed, tail looped and shortened.  Modern USD forks from a ZX-10R with some meaty tires are replacing the dinky existing front end.  She'll be getting a custom seat and other tasty bits.  By the time we're done with her, she'll be a lean, mean cafe racing machine.  Keep one eye on The Bullitt to watch her go from zero to hero!


Icon's Motorcycle vs. Car Drift Battle 2

The sequel to the Icon original video: Motorcycle vs. Car Drift Battle - Nick 'Apex' Brocha is back and this time he brought his Empire teammate, Ernie 'Edub' Vigil. The two are mounted on a pair of crackling Triumph Speed Triples built for the sole purpose of going sideways.
Over the last year their quest to find the ultimate drifting playground has led them to the rolling hills of High Plains County. Low traffic, perfect asphalt and endless twisties have kept them busy resurfacing roads with their rear tires for weeks. The only problem is the local authorities have had enough. Enter Police Officer Dan Brockett, the only man with the muscle to keep these two in sight. His 550 horsepower Ford Mustang Cobra was built for speed and he's got a license to use it...


Lucky 13 "Let's Ride" Hoodie Short Film

Here's a cool little video my buddy Heath "Chief" Coffran put together for Lucky 13 featuring BA Moto's own Scooter.


Int'l Motorcycle Show :: Long Beach, Calif.

The International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach, Calif. was a great event.  Tons of cool bikes, both custom and stock, were on display.  Make sure to expand this post to see a TON of additional photos from the day.  Also, we want to know - which is your favorite bike from the show?

 

 How ridiculous is this bandana cruiser?  Notice the helmet too?!

 

 Recognize this bike - The Streetmaster Brighton cafe racer?  You might have seen it HERE before.


Retro Moto TV Trailer

Check out this video for a not-yet picked up vintage motorcycle show hosted by Matt from the blog Smoke and Throttle.

If this does get picked up (and we hope it does), would you tune in?