WarBikes is here to show honor to a large swath of our history, these majestic airplanes that were commissioned for battle so many decades ago. We are inspired by the bullet scars as much as by the people who built, maintained and flew them.
Veterans surround us, work with us, explain why our lives are so [...]
There really is some hard work associated with building a motorcycle by hand. Who knew?
This is no assembly line project. Each hammer, weld and rivet are one-of-a-kind. Everything is done with recognition for the finished piece. The question that is asked most often is “How does this fit into the design and how does this [...]
Ralph is hammering the metal. Kenny is cutting and bending pieces. We’ve got this whole cast of super busy characters coming in and out, Mike and Mel are quickly setting up more lights for more camera angles.
Questions fly, usually very loudly: “Where’s my other drill bit?” “Who’s got the exhaust tips?” “Where the (bleep) [...]
It’s been a busy week full of anticipation ’round the WarBikes offices as we reach launch status. The Knockout Motorcycle Company has been hard at work on such a beautiful machine that it just might make a tear come to your eye when you see it.
Our episodes are shaping up in the edit bays thanks [...]
And every bike starts with a skeleton.
Somewhere under the fairing and seat, holding up the tank and balancing the two wheels is the most basic structure: the frame.
On the “Gunfighter” project, a Harley Davidson Heritage Softail was brought in for the breakdown. There might have been a few tears shed as the saws and grinders [...]