Return of the Cafe Racers - Bike Exif 2012 Calendar

Bike Exif 2012 Calendar

If you love your 2011 Bike Exif calendar as much as I do then get ready for the 2012 edition. Bike Exif have just announced they are taking pre-orders for the second instalment of their full colour calendars. Featuring twelve exclusive portraits of the most popular motorcycles to appear on the Bike…

If you love your 2011 Bike Exif calendar as much as I do then get ready for the 2012 edition. Bike Exif have just announced they are taking pre-orders for the second instalment of their full colour calendars.

Featuring twelve exclusive portraits of the most popular motorcycles to appear on the Bike Exif website during 2011 the 2012 edition is sure to please. Next years edition will also be an upgrade on last years version with new paper stock and larger dimensions.

Here’s a bit more about the amazing bikes you will see in the 2012 Bike Exif Calendar from their website:

“You’ll probably know most of the builders. From the USA we have Classified Moto and the Salinas Boys’ Aaron Elliot. From Australia comes Matt Machine, and from the UK Métisse Motorcycles, with the stunning Steve McQueen Desert Racer. We’ve also reserved a slot for the Bali outpost of Deus Ex Machina.”

Pre-oder your own Bike Exif 2012 Calendar here.

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