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The Honda display at Glemseck 2017.
Up to the 1960s, two and four wheeled legends of motorsport were engaged in thrilling fights on the legendary Solitude race track around the Glemseck. The Glemseck 101 is a three day festival that seeks to preserve this tradition for a wide audience. It also serves as a meeting point for designers, engineers, developers and their motorcycles, for international personalities, racers and trendsetters.
Wheels & Waves is a motorcycle show based in Biarritz, France, that connects motorcycling, skateboarding and surf culture with its own distinct philosophy, music and style.
With a mixture of retro and custom bikes, we had a great show.
Kick Moto debuted their latest creation.
This fantastic bike was brought in from the UK.
Jean Michel-Bayle (who rode the Honda Racing Fireblade at Punks Peak Rally) chats with French Kite Surfer, Alex Caizergues.
A modern Honda MSX125 mixes it up on track.
A Honda CRF450 Flat Tracker takes part in the "El Rollo" race.
Celebrating the creative culture around the custom bike scene, Bike Shed features unique custom bikes surrounded by art, photography, live music, bars, barista coffee, whisky, cigars, lounge space and the best bike brands, plus a barbershop and tattooists at a beautiful and unique London dockside venue.
An original 1967 Monkey takes pride of place on the stand.
Ex-Honda moto-crosser Billy Mackenzie brought his new CBX750 project.
This Deus ex Machina build made it UK debut alongside an original Cub EZ 90.
With it modified frame, bespoke bodywork and handbuilt tank this CR750 is stunning.
Built in Milan by South Garage, this was the first time the bike had been to the UK.
One of the many custom Hondas on show.
Preparing the Rebel for the show.
The original logo of the Dan Gold tattoo and RB Kustoms fused together.
Dan Gold designing a very special accessory for the Rebel.
Russ Brown creating some bespoke parts.
The artists and the masterpiece.
Seconds before going to Tobacco Docks.