Artist and photography Carter Asmann creates brilliant illustrations of drawings that are inspired 2 coffee stains. Asmann uses our favourite warm beverage as a foundation to create realistic pencil illustrations of vintage cafe racers.
Happy Birthday To Us! Today BBB turn 2 years old, and in light of this mini-milestone we are doing an Instagram giveaway consisting of a T-Shirt, a Zine, Stickers & Buttons. Simply go to our INSTAGRAM PAGE or click the image below, follow @bizarrebeyondbelief, repost this photo, tag @bizarrebeyondbelief and add the hashtag #BBBDAY to win! We will randomly select a winner by the end of the month. Good luck!
“Meet Adam Kallen and Alex DiMattio two friends who come from very different backgrounds but are united in their dream of opening a new kind of motorcycle shop. Taking all of the things they love, coffee, clothing, accessories and of course motorcycles the friends found a space in Brooklyn and got to work. Filmed a few short weeks after opening… this is JANE‘s story.” – Cinema Mercantile
“Meet Max Hazan. Working at a successful but unrewarding career in design Max decided to pursue what he loved, building one off custom motorcycles (at Hazan Motorworks) unlike anything else out there. Roughly one year into this new life Max reflects on his start, his design process, the bike he just finished…a Royal Enfield modeled on old Italian Speedboats and the one nearing completion… a Harley Ironhead that measures in at eight feet long and three hundred pounds.” – Cinema Mercantile
This Motorcycle Monday we’re going to switch it up a bit and throw in a video instead of just a bike that tickles our fancy. Meet Roland Sotello, owner of the storied Spare Parts Company motorcycle shop in Old City Philadelphia. Roland reflects on coming to Spare Parts as a recent college graduate to ultimately owning the shop. Brought to us by Cinema Mercantile.
This Riviera Ducati SS 2011 Commissioned by a private collector in 2011 to high end motorcycle creator Walt Siegl. In his own words: “Before I started this bike I looked at a lot of NCR racebikes from the 70′s. Their simplicity and rawness really impress me. I had the problem of having to build a street bike for this customer, so I had to comb the bike a bit in order to adapt it to its intended use.”
“Based on the classic T100 and inspired by the Trophy TR6 McQueen rode during the stunt scene from The Great Escape, the Triumph Bonneville T100 Steve McQueen Edition Motorcycle ($TBA) will be limited to just 1,100 bikes, and features a Matt Khaki Green paint job, the late actor’s signature on the side covers, a solo seat, blacked out headlamp, luggage rack, wheel rims, hubs, handlebars, rear springs, mirrors, and mudguard supports, and arrived individually numbered, with a plaque on the handlebar clamp and a certificate of authenticity.” – Uncrate