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Host of custom builders confirmed for London Motorcycle Show

The Carol Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show takes place on February 15 to 17 at ExCel. Almost every new bike will be there along with customs, classic and the amazing Revolution live show. Over 50 of the finest custom motorcycle builders from all over UK and Europe will be competing in the AMD Custom Bike Building World Championships at ExCeL. See...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (05 February 2013 12:04)

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Oct 11

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Piglet2010 says:


Here in the You-Ess-Aye, the custom builder scene is about adding as much ugly crap to the bike as possible, making the riding position only fit for a contortionist, and ruining the ride and handling.   Is the UK scene any better?

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Aug 02

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ANichol says:

UK scene

is different. We don't really have trailor-queens, and uber-chrome don't mix well with Brit weather. Some customs follow a 60s/70s Brit twin theme; though there are pleanty of Brit twin engined bobbers too. Lots of modified japanese 4s too, from chops to bobbers to streetfighters.

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