One of the most genre-smashing motorcycles of all time is the 1929 Majestic. It looked like nothing else on earth—a streamlined Art Deco torpedo, with hub-centered steering and sliding pillar suspension.
Ninety years later, the French masterpiece is still casting its spell over custom builders. Bryan Fuller has just fallen under the influence, and created an extraordinary homage called 2029.
The build is Fuller’s response to the unprecedented levels of change the moto industry is experiencing right now. “At its core, the art of motorcycle building is still very similar to its origins,” he notes.
“The difference now is the role technology plays in the evolution of the craft, and in the innovation of design.”
Quite simply, 2029 is a bold move to prepare us for a future where anything is possible for a new age of customs.…