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Meet a Reader – Ted Clough

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Meet reader Ted Clough, who’s got a great collection of bikes and has found a way to make his career as an airline pilot work to further his hobby of motorcycling – he rents bikes when he’s on international layovers and explores the countryside! Consider me very jealous.

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Meet a Reader – Larry Kahn

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Larry Kahn is a gearhead who built one of the most interesting custom Ducatis you’ll ever see. I first met him after he left a comment on Bike-urious, and after exchanging a few emails with him it was clear that he’d have some interesting stories worth sharing. Read on for the usual questions!

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Interview – Angus Dykman

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I’ve featured Northeast Sportscar in the past as one of my favorite places to peruse inventory online. With beautiful photography, comprehensive descriptions, and (most importantly) interesting motorcycles, they’re always selling something cool. Because of this, I was surprised to find out that Northeast Sportscar is a solo venture, run by Angus Dykman. I thought you might want to know a …

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Meet a Reader – Steve Gross

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I first met Steve Gross when he left a comment on a BSA Victor I featured – he noticed that it was being offered by a famous seller. A few emails later, it was clear he had some great stories and was very entertaining – the story about the bedliner R1200GS never fails to make me laugh. I thought you …

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Meet a Reader – Steve Ross

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Steve Ross is an absolute gearhead – once you hear about his collection, you’ll understand why I’m so excited to have him as a reader. After I featured a Moto Guzzi V7 Sport for sale a few weeks ago, Steve added some wise words in a comment that made me think he was worth hearing more from. So I pinged …

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Interview – George Dockray

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Back in July, I featured a drop-dead gorgeous custom Moto Guzzi. It was a mix between a cafe racer and an endurance racer replica, and it’s one of the coolest Guzzi’s I’ve ever seen. The builder/owner, George Dockray, ended up reaching out to discuss this bike and some of his other motorcycles. I instantly knew that he was someone that …

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Interview – Frank Charriaut

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Frank Charriaut is a world class designer with experience at Guess, Quiksilver, Roxy, and Chanel. He’s also a former member of the Southsiders MC and founder of The Mot’Art Journal, a “tailored blog” that’s all about sharing his passions (frequently beautiful motorcycles) with the world.

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Interview – Tony Foale

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An under-appreciated icon in the motorcycle world, Tony Foale has literally written the book on “Motorcycle Handling and Chassis Design.” Tony was an Australian engineer who moved to England to pursue his passion of racing motorcycles. Like Rickman and Dunstall, Foale got into the business of building custom frames. Unlike most of his competitors, he focused on electronic and mathematical …

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Meet a Reader – Glen Irani

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Glen Irani is a moto junkie and the principal designer at Glen Irani Architects. Of his many examples of work, my favorite is probably Hover House 2, one of a series of homes designed with the idea of maximizing outdoor space and connecting the front and back yards of a property by ‘hovering’ a portion of the building. But most …

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Meet a Reader – Frank Wu

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We’re very lucky to have some incredibly interesting readers as part of the Bike-urious community, and I thought it was time to get to know you guys a little bit better. Some of you have possibly noticed in the past that I’m a big fan of Frank, so you shouldn’t be surprised that I believe his thoughts are worth sharing!