0 Santa Claus on custom 1987 Kawasaki KLR650

Santa Claus on custom 1987 Kawasaki KLR650. Oh come on guys, where is Rudolf, what happend to Santa's slades?
As we recognized, Santa has a hut also here in Pokljuka, Slovenia and his daily rider is custom Kawasaki KLR650. Unyusuall? It's unyusuall that Santa rides a motorcycle, that he ride's it for fun, and that his ride is a custom Kawasaki KLR 650. KLR?

His words are: »it's reliable, fun to ride and man, nobody else got one like this. And loud pipes saves lifes. This Monster Tracker from 7seven customs has a custom exhaust and its freakin loud, especcialy whan shifting one down it's like somebody shooting with a big gun after you. Rudolf does't like it!«

More about custom motorcycle will be unvild in January, so Santa can't speak about it. He just confirmend us, that this bike comes from Slovenian builders 7seven customs.

He wish all of us a marry christmas and a happy new year 2014. Between the lines he mentioned, that nobody wished his custom KLR jet & that there is still enough time to write a letter and get it under the christmas tree.
" 7seven customs or his facebook page

0 WINGS - a film about the retro motorcycle

0 IRON LUNG | 1991 harley davidson Sportster, Icon1000

"She was an accident waiting to happen. 600 pounds of American coke fired iron, riding on weather-checked English rubber. Cracking femurs or rupturing internal organs were her specialties, and she had done so on more than one occasion. The Iron Lung, a 1991 Harley Sportster roadracer, was a vision of what never was, in response to a question that was never asked. " Icon1000

0 Otto's wall of death

Video edited from a beautiful short movie by Benedict campbell.
Another way to understand the motorcycle.... and another way to understand the family.

0 ODFU At The Bike Shed Event II

We had the pleasure of spending the weekend with the The Bike Shed crew at their The Event II in London. It was undoubtably a huge success, and with so much going on we tried are best to capture the essence of the whole weekend. Somehow we managed to condense 2 days of footage into 82 seconds of visual goodness. A big thank you goes out to The Bike Shed crew for having us...enjoy!
Filmed by Nathan Walton
Music 'Say What You See' by The Elephants