Ryan Reynolds film choices have been questionable at times but with his latest movie Deadpool, he has somewhat increased his Hollywood stock.But what you can't question is Ryan's taste in motorcycles and choice of builder.
Scramblers have always been somewhat the bastard child of the custom family when the most recent scene kicked off. Cafe Racers and Trackers where the favourites, playing with the other bikes on the streets while the Scrambler was left playing …I think think there is change in the air with custom VMX and Scrambler becoming the the customisation of choice by a lot of backyard builds popping up along with the big shops like Bratstyle.
I know this bike has been around for a while but there's nothing I love more than a good collaboration, Lennon McCartney did it, Hanna-Barberra teamed up, The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps joined forces, Bonnie and Clyde did …So when Fender and Triumph decided to get together this was the result. Built by the late Christian Clayton of , it's based around a 2009 Triumph Thruxton.
What do you get when you take Philadelphia's industrial urban sprawl, a Hammarhead Jack Pine, and someone who knows how to man handle one?Sit back and enjoy Pier 18!Produced by Hammarhead MediaDirected and Edited by Craig Scheihing…Photography by Mike DillowMusic by Truong TaSound by Brad MooreAssistant Camera: Kate Wurzbacher.
I love these guys at Hammarhead Industries, James kind of reminds me of Bryan Adams of motorcycle building but with a lot less ballad and a whole bunch more rock.Previously I had posted about James being interviewed about the …This time he manages to build one his trademark Jack Pines in 3 days when normally it would take 90.