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Return of the Cafe Racers - F*CK WORK LETS RACE by Kristina Fender

F*CK WORK LETS RACE by Kristina Fender

I've been a huge fan of Spanish photographic rockstar Kristina Fender for some time. Not only does she take a mean photo but she's an avid two wheel enthusiast shooting all the best events and riding a very nice, lightly modified Honda CB550. She's got an amazing eye and is one of…


I’ve been a huge fan of Spanish photographic rockstar Kristina Fender for some time. Not only does she take a mean photo but she’s an avid two wheel enthusiast shooting all the best events and riding a very nice, lightly modified Honda CB550. She’s got an amazing eye and is one of those photographers who always seems to be in the right place at the right time. Read the full article for more examples of her amazing work…

You will have probably seen her work before as her photos are often featured on the top custom motorcycle blogs and websites. Kristian was on location at the Sideburn magazine Rollerburn a few months back and was also responsible for shooting the “Miss hyde” KTM.

You can purchase prints of her work at her website kristinafender.com

Kristian Fender on her Honda CB550K

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