Volume 13, No. 6
Seca Special: Custom guru Greg Hageman works his magic on Yamaha’s forgotten Seca 400.
Seventies Child Born in the Eighties: Ducati 750 F1
It may have been built in the Eighties, but Ducati’s great 750 F1 was a child of the Seventies.
By Dain Gingerelli
Flight of the Bumblebee: 1961 DKW Hummel 115
Once derided as “the tin banana,” owner Stewart Ingram describes it as “Art Deco on an acid trip.”
By Hamish Cooper
His Lordship’s Motorcycle: 1983 Hesketh Vampire
With a few custom tweaks, a rare Hesketh Vampire becomes a killer naked bike for the street.
By Margie Siegal
Triton with a Twist: Williams Triton 804
Dave Williams built the custom Triton he always wanted, complete with a host of hidden details.
By Alan Cathcart
Artisanal Ambitions: 2018 Janus Gryffin
Welcome to the small, craft-built motorcycle from Goshen, Indiana.
By Richard Backus
Yamaha Trilogy: Hageman Seca 400
Custom builder Greg Hageman works his magic on Yamaha’s unloved Seca 400.
By Greg Williams
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