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If you’re reading this right now we’ve got a sneaking suspicion that you’ve thought about building a motorcycle of your very own once or twice. But where to start? Sure, you can endlessly Google-search “café racer,” “scrambler,” or whatever pops your piston, or maybe you’re even deeper down the rabbit hole, rooting around the digital attic of forums like DO THE TON or The GS Resources — but there’s simply nothing more valuable than learning a few basic principles and hitting the ‘ol sketchbook. Fortunately for you, dear reader, custom builder and industrial designer Dave Mucci of Moto-Mucci, and Matt Marrocco, founder of IDRAW Creative Goods, have you covered with the newest installment of the instructional sketchbook IDRAW series: IDRAW MOTOS.

Okay, maybe you have built a motorcycle; maybe many. Well, you’re in luck too, as there’s surely something useful to be gleaned from the pages of IDRAW MOTOS regardless of your skill level. No foundation is too solid to build on.

In honor of Marrocco and Mucci’s book reaching and surpassing their Kickstarter goal, we asked them to give a little workable preview of what to expect in the pages of their handy guide to motorcycle anatomy. Keep the rubber on the road, the pencil to the paper, and let your imagination ride free.


Try your hand at your own designs with the printable images below!

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