Honda CLR125 Scrambler

“The list of what in Dream Wheels Heritage changed is pretty lengthy. Basically, it started with a new sub-frame, seat, fenders, and the restoration of a Yamaha FS1 tank from the 90s. They customized an ex-fridge magnet to make the gas cap. The new handlebars are a Renthal ‘Fatbar’ model. Then they added a new headlight and an oval front plate.

The tires are Heidenau K67s and the front 18” wheel is from an Yamaha XS400, also there is new 18″ rims and spokes at the back, and finished them off with some red spoke clamps.”

‘The front brake and disc are also from a Yamaha XS400. The fork is a reworked set from a Suzuki RMX 50. New NGK spark cable was added, along with some new air filters from K&N. In Dream Wheels Heritage used some new light switches and a horn from Blitz Motorcycles because we really like their stuff.

To finish, they added a new LED brake light, lowered the whole thing about 10cm and added a used FMF Mega Max II exhaust with a new, handmade collector.”

seen at pipeburn
Photos by Pedro Marcelino
Buildes page Dream Wheels Heritage

The 2015 Pirelli Calendar

This year’s Calendar is titled “Calendar Girls 2015” by Steven Meisel, and the 12 girls in question are top and emerging models: the Americans Gigi Hadid, Candice Huffine, Carolyn Murphy and Cameron Russell, the Brazilians Isabeli Fontana, Adriana Lima and Raquel Zimmermann. Then there is Karen Elson from England, the Puerto Rican Joan Small, the Russians Natalia Vodianova and Sasha Luss, as well as Anna Ewers from Germany.


Now days I’m falling 4 new enduro motorcycles transformed into custom retro style look. I just love this new powerful technik and unique styling. Need one.

Walt did fuel tank out of aluminum. He also built a new aluminum subframe, the side panels are made of the same 60-series aluminum as the tank. There’s a new aluminum seat pan, with the seat core shaped in medium density urethane. It’s finished in leather by Vivian Smith, the handlebars are vintage-style aftermarket items, and the rear fender is from Air-Tech. The suspension and engine remained untouched, but Walt did build a new muffler from stainless steeland re-jetted the Keihin carb.

Motorcycle made by Walt Siegl
seen at bikeexif

Balcountries Vespa trip


It all happend in 2012. A balkan road trip with vespas, 2700 km – 10 countrys!! Great video and overall wonderfull time. Can I go, please?