After a sell out issue 2 Tank Moto is back again with a fresh serving of custom motorcycle awesomeness. Despite the Christmas break falling smack bang in the middle of our production schedule for this issue I'm happy to say that Tank 3 is just as good, if not better than our first two issues. Being the editor of Tank has helped me to meet loads of great people who have given me access to their workshops where I’ve found the bikes you’ll see in this issue. As the custom motorcycle scene continues to grow here in Australia and around the world my challenge isn’t going to be finding incredible builds for our future issues, it’s going to be how to fit them all in!
Last time we touched base with Soft Tsingos she had just completed her amazing Honda CB550 Cafe Racer with the help of her father. This time round the tables have turned and it's Sofi's Dad's turn to step into the spotlight. Built in true Cafe Racer style his Triton is an accumulation of all the best bits he could get his hands on, pieced together with one thing in mind...good times.
Santi García has been contributing to the build portfolio at the Barcelona workshop of La Carono motorcycles for the past few years. After completing his first complete custom build, the La Corona KZ400 (as seen in 'The Ride' book) Santi set out to form his own custom workshop under the name of 'Corb Motorcycles'. With the support of the La Corona team and some impressive previous builds under his belt, Santi completed his first Corb Motorcycles build, this tidy little Yamaha SR250 Street Tracker.