Bike Exif: "FAT TRACKER: UNTITLED’S STRIPPED-DOWN MOTO GUZZI V9"
IT’S BEEN A BUSY YEAR for Hugo Eccles of Untitled Motorcycles. His Ducati Hyper Scrambler appeared on Jay Leno’s Garage, and his ‘Supernaturale’ Moto Guzzi custom won the coveted Design & Style award at the Quail Motorcycle Gathering this past June. Moto Guzzi must have been paying attention because they recently commissioned Hugo to customize their V9 Bobber as part of their ‘Pro-Build’ program...
Moto Guzzi: "V9 PRO BUILD: UNTITLED MOTORCYCLES FINISHES FAT TRACKER"
Individuality and uniqueness are two core values of the Moto Guzzi brand, and these values shape the motorcycles that provide the perfect platform for custom builders. With this sentiment in mind, last fall we launched a V9 Pro Build Project, which invited some of the world's most renowned custom motorcycle builders that have a love for our brand to create their own V9s...
Auto Blog: "Ducati's Scrambler Maverick designed by tattoo artist GRIME"
Building on the strong reception given to Ducati's Scrambler lineup, Ducati North America identified tattoo artist GRIME as its first Scrambler "Maverick" honoree. And while a tattoo is an entirely personal pursuit with long-term consequences, the Scrambler is a bike screaming for the personalization. Ducati's initiative would seem to celebrate...
Pipeburn: "YOSEMITE SCRAM. BMW’s R nineT Scrambler Takes On The Sierra Nevadas"
The sun is rising, the air is cool and crisp, and the wildlife outside my tent sporadically announces the start of a new day. As my eyes open and begin to adjust, the faint scent of hickory wafts through the air as the covered embers emanate amid a semi-silent dawn...
Cycleworld: "Untitled Motorcycles SF’s Scrambler Is Hardly Anonymous"
The world of custom cars and motorcycles is typically the playground of enthusiastic amateurs, but a few ringers join the game, bringing a different skill set to bear on their creations. Hugo Eccles of Untitled Motorcycles SF is one such pro...
Damn Fine Goods: Solo Ambassador - Mr. Pixelhead
By trade, Erik Jutras, also commonly known as Mr. Pixelhead, is a mobile/web designer and illustrator based in San Francisco, CA.
Once the clock hits 5pm, you can find him in the saddle of his Triumph Scrambler out on the road shooting riders across the bay area, or doing his best mountain goat impression climbing unstable and rocky cliff faces to get that perfect angle for a shot...
Petrolicious: "The Colombian Moto Roadtrip, Part 1: Acclimation To A Different World"
When thinking of where your next international vacation is going to be, chances are Colombia doesn’t spring immediately to mind. But when you’re a motorcyclist and have been invited on a road trip by a native Colombian and his family, and 15 members of your motorcycle crew say they’re down to roll, how can you say no?
Petrolicious: "The Colombian Moto Roadtrip, Part 2: The Trials And Payoffs Of Ascent"
We continued our trip with an arrival in the small town of Murillo on the border of Colombia’s Parque Nacional Natural Los Nevados, where we stopped to tie down any loose gear and do some last minute bike checks. Little did we know that what lay ahead would be the most challenging segment of the trip, and for many in the group, some of the most technical riding they had ever experienced...
Godspeed Co.: "The Race of Gentlemen West 2016"
From as far back as I can remember, the machines of days past have always intrigued me. As a young teenager, I was fascinated with all things flight, finding inspiration in the sleek design of the warbirds that fought in the skies during WWII - the P-51 Mustang and the P-38 Lightning to name a few. These interests evolved and expanded over the following years into an obsession for speed and vintage aesthetics...
Silodrome: "AJ's BMW R100 Scrambler"
The 67 hp 980cc boxer twin used in the BMW R100 is an engine that lends itself very well to life both on and off road, having the heads out in the air flow is an excellent way of keeping them equally cool in even the warmest of climates, and bulletproof BMW engineering mean that they’re amongst the most reliable of all the vintage European motorcycle engines...
Twisted Road: "Motorcycle Photo Tips"
You’ve got pride in your ride and the best way to capture it is in photos. From lovingly-composed still shots of your gleaming beauty to action snaps of you and your bike kicking up dust and hitting the road, we’ve got tips for better pics. We asked our favorite photogs to share their secrets...
The Bullitt: "The Race of Gentlemen: Pismo Beach, CA"
You might look at this photo set and think what you’re seeing is some old ‘beach racing’ shots from the 1940’s and 50’s, but you’d be wrong. What you see here was recently shot, by photographer Erik Jutras, taken in Pismo Beach, CA at The Race of Gentlemen (aka TROG). The Race of Gentlemen is hosted by the Oiler’s Car Club...