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Peanut butter and jelly. Moustaches and cops. Nine Inch Nails and Johnny Cash. When it comes to weird combinations that somehow manage to kick arse, it seems the world has a never-ending supply. Avocado and Vegemite on toast, anyone? No, seriously. It's amazing. But it's not often you see the same sort of unexpected genius happening in the world of custom motorcycles. Hell, we can't...

Peanut butter and jelly. Moustaches and cops. Nine Inch Nails and Johnny Cash. When it comes to weird combinations that somehow manage to kick arse, it seems the world has a never-ending supply. Avocado and Vegemite on toast, anyone? No, seriously.

‘Mamba’ Suzuki DR650 – Pasquale Motors

You can tell a lot about a country by what motorcycle marque the police ride. The German Polizei obviously hit the autobahn on BMW’s. The Italian Polizia stylishly chase down the mafia on their Guz…

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Although we have seen many examples of pallet coffee tables, we never tired of how easy it is to create nice and versatile coffee tables with pallets. Nothing complicated and simply preparing the pall(Diy Garden Pallet)

Designer Roland Sands puts his new custom through its paces—a vintage-style street tracker created for @Deborah Munoz-USA.com.

Roland Sands Design gives this 2010 Harley-Davidson Sportster 48 the vintage treatment. See photos in the RSD MotoUSA Sportster 48 Street Tracker photo gallery. Read all the details in the RSD MotoUSA Sportster 48 Street Tracker.

If anyone can turn a Harley Sportster into a fire-breathing high-performance machine, it’s Richard Pollock of Mule Motorcycles. ‘Web Surfer’ is a nod to the waves, with a painstakingly crafted balsa wood seat base. The bike is running a modified Sportster frame, Ducati 900SS/SP forks and Kawasaki wheels.

Outspoken builder Richard Pollock of Mule Motorcycles lays down a program for creating a better custom motorcycle. Here's one of his own creations, the stunning 'Web Surfer' street tracker.