Category: Press

New Kevils Spring range of T-Shirts & Caps!

Kevils are proud to announce their new 2014 range of cool apparel! Featuring 3 new T-shirts to add to the existing range and to compliment the new T-shirts we also have a range of truckers caps and beanies! Check out the cool new spring range and more in our Apparel section! http://kevilsspeedshop.com/apparel/ We’ll also be selling […]

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Kevils features in “Forever Two Wheels” FTW!

Kevils Speed Shop were approached a few months ago by Gary Pinchin; the editor of Titles such as “classic bike guide” and other Mortons media publications. Gary told us he was working on a fresh new ‘bookazine’ project containing all the top custom motorcycle builders from the new wave scene which has taken hold of […]

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BMW Cafe Racers, Uli Cloesen

Some time ago Uli Cloesen contacted us from New Zealand about using some of Andrew Butler’s photographs of Kevil’s Ruby BMW café racer in his new book. The bike was only around for a short while before going off to it’s new home in Poland. Well it’s been a long but worthwhile wait, the book […]

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Kevil’s Dartmoor Photography Shoot

Had a last minute shout from Andrew, while I was busy collecting fresh donor bikes from Cardiff then Bristol “meet you at Haytor he said” got to be early he said to catch the light and before the walkers get there, so here’s Andrew’s take on it and the results, The problem with having a […]

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Kevils Speed Shop – a film by Adrian Weinbrecht

My production Partner Jim Marks and I both ride motorcycles. So we both thought that a short film about BMW custom bike builder Kevin Hill would be a great excuse to get out of London for the day. The bikes really are cool squared. Adrian Weinbrecht

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MO Magazin Kevils BMW (Photos by Andrew Butler)

After the recent use of the Kevil’s Joker BMW shots by MCN in the UK it was great to have the Siren (srambler) BMW shots used in the German magazin MO. The photographs of the BMW custom motorbike were taken on location in Devon using a Leica M9 camera with a small amount of post-processing […]

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