Kurt Morrow's Triumph T140 on the cover; Customs from Jamesville's Panhead, built for the Brooklyn Invitational; Mark Drews' big inch flathead; Bell45 opening and Hans Sures exhibition; Go Takamine from BratStyle's fire-breathing flat track-inspired Knucklehead; Eyck from Germany's beautiful Harley VL bobber; Ian Biddle's crusty, cool '47 Knucklehead.
GKM is published six times a year and features traditionally-styled custom bikes – and yes, occasionally cars – from around the world.
Issues one to 30 were digest (A5) sized, full colour and each had around 70 pages – all nice, heavyweight paper. Issues 31 up are slightly larger (between A5 and normal magazine size) and thicker… same great content.
Bikes featured come from the USA, UK, Japan, Australia and Europe. We have also featured bikes from as far away as Java and Malaysia. Try the mag: if you hate it, send it back and we’ll refund you!