New Influx Magazine โ€“ Top 10 Custom Bike Builders

New Influx Magazine โ€“ Top 10 Custom Bike Builders

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JordanAtFlux

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1,138 posts

134 months

Wednesday 25th March 2015
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Hi guys,

I just wanted to let you all know that the latest issue of Influx magazine is now live over at www.influx.co.uk

Influx is the mag put together by us here at Adrian Flux, and we’re obviously pretty proud of how it’s turned out – so do please head over and check it out if you haven’t already.

The highlight for me this month is the list of the top ten custom bike builders in the world today, as chosen by Bike EXIF’s editor Chris Hunter. Between work by the pioneering Wrenchmonkees and the world-famous Fred Bertrand, the list brings together some of the most incredibly unique bikes I’ve ever seen.

You can look at the full list here: http://www.influx.co.uk/bikes/ten-custom-builders

The mag also has an interview with Bruce Brown (director of On Any Sunday), a piece on the Old Empire bike marque and Sideburn’s Gary Inman talking about the custom bike scene’s past and future.

Let me know what you think of the new issue, and whether you agree with Chris’s list!

dukeboy749r

1,387 posts

176 months

Thursday 14th May 2015
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Some amazing bikes! Like the magazine too.

2013BRM

39,730 posts

250 months

Monday 18th May 2015
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Interesting to see how custom bike building has changed so drastically, and it's about time I think, I was sooooo sick of seeing the repetitive and ugly crap being churned out by companies like OCC, you can see even on PH classifieds bikes like 'the ultimate Harley' these awful things that have been for sale for 2 years at absurd prices never to be bought. It's refreshing and encouraging to see new styles emerging

Robins

97 posts

141 months

Wednesday 7th September 2016
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Good read that! Some interesting points and nice to read an interview where the PR has been thrown out

Rubin215

3,747 posts

122 months

Wednesday 23rd October 2019
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Honestly, why the fk is this thread still here?

Rubin215

3,747 posts

122 months

Friday 23rd October 2020
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Hurray!

A whole year on and still no one else has updated this thread!

Why the fk is it still here?