Greasy Kulture Magazine - Issue 75

Greasy Kulture Magazine - Issue 75

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On the cover: Vinzenz, organiser of Art & Wheels Basel, with his handbuilt award-winning Panhead chopper in the Swiss mountains.

Inside: Dr Sprocket celebrates the bike-loving underground artists of ‘60s San Francisco; Fil Rebellato’s Panhead chopper from Italy – the headaches were all worth it; Dan Sladovnik’s 45 flat track racer; flathead speed from a go-fast family; From Tokyo, Kota’s radical ‘58 Panhead chopper: all you’d expect from Roller magazine’s editor-in-chief; A spartan ‘42 Knucklehead from one of the UK’s best, Vincent Summers; Art and Wheels founder Vinz Guntern takes to the Swiss mountains with his beautiful ‘48 Panhead; Jake Doesburg’s stump- pulling ‘46 Knuck hillclimber from Australia; We showcase some of the riders and rides on AMCA’s Monterey Road Run; Luck and skill combined to create Colin’s ‘46 Knuck... hand built on a budget


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