About this issue
On the cover: Justin Walls and Bobby Green’s Born Free-winning, Petrali-influenced dry lake Harley-Carlheim racer; inside Magnus Andersson’s ‘75 Shovel stroker; Saburo’s ‘45 Knucklehead from Tokyo; Markus’s ‘49 Panhead… show-winning Nordic style; Jamesville MCs’ sweet green 45: bobbed perfection; The bikes at Art & Wheels by Michael Van Parys; Luke Binion’s Beesa, bought back and bobbed in memory of his dad; Marko’s tuff ‘69 XLCH: the Black Diamond!; Gods on Hogs!
Greasy Kulture started in 1999 as an obsession
Greasy Kulture founder Guy Bolton has ridden old bikes since he was a teenager in the 1980s. And he has always had a love for the aesthetics of yesteryear, from the early motorcycle clubs that sprang up on America’s west coast after WWII to the choppers and crazy customs of the 1960s. Before the Internet opened up alternative worlds to us all, his inspiration was fired by vintage hot rod and motorcycle magazines, films like The Wild One and The Loveless… and regular trips to the USA.