If motorcycles don’t encompass some degree of passion, what good are they? Two guys from Australia got together over their shared passion of motos to start Sabotage Motorcycles where they make mods to bygone two-wheelers like the 1976 Honda CJ360 and the classically inspired 1926 Douglas Boardtracker that echoes wood track racers from the past with their huge tires and streamlined tanks. Sabotage’s designs harken back to the classic motorcycling heydey with spoked wheels, knobby tires, and vintage-styled tanks and bars. The notion of keeping things basic in terms of build skill and tool availability was part of the mix, but the results are anything but basic. As Sabotage expands its line of offerings, we’ve no doubt their small following will get way, way bigger.