When Wolfgang builds a bike, he likes to be radically different, which we’ve already witnessed with a recent feature on his XL 1200 Sportster. Well, he’s been at it again, this time building one hell of a bike which most people wouldn’t even realise once was a bagger. Yep, that’s right, this wild piece of machinery first began life on the road as a 1986 FLHTC, and its transformation is nothing short of radical.

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  • Wild Weekend!

    The only way an event of such magnitude can be successful is when an entire town gets behind it, which is exactly what the residents of Rockhampton have done with Rockynats.

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  • Roaring Sporties

    Harley-Davidson were heavily involved in many forms of racing at the start of the last century, including flat track, endurance, hillclimb, dirt and board track racing.

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  • Silver Bullet 2.0

    We stumbled over this tidy rigid custom in the Elite Pavilion at Rockynats, and after finding the owner Mick, that’s when things got interesting, because as it turns out, Mick first crossed paths with the magazine over three decades ago.

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  • Lane Splitter

    Being trained as an Aircraft tech before joining the Royal Marines in 2009, Graeme’s worked on and ridden sports bikes for years, although this time around he wanted something different, a more laid-back bike, which also had to be classy and a real head turner.

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After first opening the doors back in 2015, Sanctuary Ink Tattoo, owned and run by Diamond, has quickly gained a reputation of quality artwork. Now Diamond’s been tattooing for over thirty years now, which has included trips all around the world including Europe, United Kingdom, Thailand, where he also owned a studio, before coming downunder to Seabrook in Victoria.

Over the years he’s honed his skills in various styles including Old School, Traditional Japanese, Oriental, Semi-Realism and Neo-Traditional, which has seen him win countless awards. His superior drawing skills have also given him the freedom to freehand most of his pieces, from tiny finger scripts to detailed sleeves and full back jobs. Although his speciality in the past few years has been cover-ups, giving old and tired tattoos an entire new and striking appearance.

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