Behind the Scenes of Wrench Against the Machine

Ever wanted to talk motorcycles with three well-known bike-builders? Well, here’s the next best thing as Clutch and Chrome brings you along on our chat with Alan Stulberg, Woolie Woolaway and Roland Sands.

We had the opportunity to sit down with these three amazing bike-builders and not only talk about their time judging the latest motorcycle television show, but many different areas of our two-wheeled world.

Another Motorcycle Podcast talks to them about the show, ‘Wrench Against the Machine’, their personal design styles, where we are with not only custom bike-building but the motorcycle industry in general. This interview goes behind the scenes of the new motorcycle show, offers tips to riders looking to customize their own ride and is just a great conversation between bikers.

Wrench Against the Machine

Just building a custom motorcycle should be enough of a challenge, but limiting the time and money only makes it harder.

The new hour-long competition series will premiere on Esquire Network on Tuesday, November 15 with each episode featuring two teams of three expert builders battling head-to-head. The teams only have three days and $3,000 to transform basic stock motorcycles into rowdy, riding, works of art. Each episode will also feature a different type of bike including café racers, choppers, bobbers etc.

At the end of the three days both bikes will be evaluated by judges Roland Sands, founder of the highly esteemed motorcycle and apparel company Roland Sands Design, and two of the most revered names in motorcycle design, Michael Woolaway, U.S. Director of Motorcycle Design for Deus Ex Machina and Alan Stulberg, Co-Founder and Chief Designer of Revival Cycles and the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show.

The podcast can be heard here and an article about the show here!

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