Bike EXIF releases the 2012 Custom Motorcycle Calendar

Twelve months of sweet hand---built custom motorcycles are out and available in the 2012 edition of the Bike EXIF Calendar, published for the first time by Octane Press.

The Bike EXIF website is the leading online showcase of the most exciting custom motorcycles in existence today-and the calendar includes 13 of the very best.

The new collaboration between Bike EXIF editor Chris Hunter and Octane Press' Lee Klancher has created what we believe is the finest motorcycle calendar ever published. Given Bike EXIF's enormous and passionate online audience, demand is sure to be strong.

The cover star is the Black Falcon Vincent, winner of the custom class at this year's Quail Motorcycle Gathering. The BSA custom 'Son of a Gun'-one of the podium bikes at the 2011 AMD Championship-also makes an appearance.

Other featured marques include Brough Superior, Ducati, Harley---Davidson, Honda, Husqvarna, Moto Guzzi, Triumph, and Yamaha. Many of these images are exclusive to this calendar.

The featured builders are a roll---call of the hottest names from the new wave scene. Classified Moto and the Salinas Boys' Aaron Elliot represent the USA. From Australia comes Matt Machine, and from the UK Metisse Motorcycles, with the stunning Steve McQueen™ Desert Racer. Even SE Asia Makes an appearance, with a slot reserved for the Bali Outpost of Deus Ex Machina.

Generously sized at 16.625" x 10.75", the 2012 Bike EXIF calendar is printed on 128 GSM art paper with a 260 gsm laminated art card cover. It will be delivered Shrinkwrapped with a board stiffener for protection.

Get Your copy at octanepress.com/calendars. Despite The high production values, the price has been held to a very reasonable $14.99.

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