Greasy Kulture Magazine, GKM #89
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GKM is published six times a year and features traditionally-styled custom bikes – and yes, occasionally cars – from around the world.
On the cover: Gary Royal and his righteous '53 Harley Panhead chopper with an Indian Chief girder fork, straight from the streets of San Francisco! Photographed by Mark F. Kirkland.
Masa from Luck MC in Kyoto and his stunning '69 Shovel, built for Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers... and Born Free! • Building a Triumph chopper on the streets of Bangkok, Thailand, takes some dedication... just ask Ya • From Sydney, Australia, comes Dylan's tough '81 Harley FXS custom – as good as if it came from the factory • In Europe we've always looked to Sweden for the coolest bikes; we ask Totte why, and have a look round his '47 EL bob-job • A paddy field in Japan isn't the first place you'd look for one of Triumph's rarest racers: check out Makoto's T100GP! • The UK's west county is home to this hard-ridden, home built genny Shovel chopper put together by Andy Woolf • Rezi made pretty much every part on his Shovelhead, from the tank to the wheels – proper long chopper from Finland.