We’ve been in touch with Walt and he agreed to give us an exclusive look inside his workshop, so we can all see the process of taking a Ducati 900SS and turning into what you see above and below.
Bikes aren’t the only thing Classified Moto does though, the above video was filmed by Mondial and shows John and his wife building one of the iconic Classified Moto lamps from start to finish.
The Ferrari 158 was the car that powered John Surtees to his 1964 Formula 1 World Championship. The car used both the V12 and V8 engine during the course of the season, both engines had a 1.5 litre capacity with the V12 developing 220hp and the V8 developing 210hp. Click any image for the high-resolution version.
This is Phil Hill launching the Sharknose Ferrari into a corner at the 1962 Monaco F1 Grand Prix, he went on to a second place finish.
Zündapp was a large scale motorcycle manufacturer in Germany between 1917 and 1984, the company has a fascinating history and their motorcycles, like the Zündapp K800 pictured above, were stunningly beautiful.
In 1958 the first Daytona Beach Convertible race was held, this 25 minute film (split into 3 segments) covers the whole event from start to finish and provides a fascinating glimpse into the history of motor racing in the USA. This was the final NASCAR race held on the Daytona Beach shoreline with future races…
The Honda CB350 is a popular bike for custom builders, this particular example is a 1969 model picked up by Shannon Hulcher over at LBC Moto.
The 1955 Wooler Flat Four is the kind of motorcycle that you stumble across from time to time that grabs your attention and refuses to let go. This flat four, shaft driven motorcycle had a number of unique features, my favourite of which is the
During World War II it was common practice for some communiqués to be dispatched by motorcycle courier rather than regular mail (too slow) or telephone (spies can listen in). Women were commonly recruited as riders due to the fact that…
We’ve been wanting to feature Garage Project Motorcycles for some time here on Silodrome, the brilliant Perth based custom motorcycle builder has been turning out great looking bikes since 2009 and now that 2 of their builds have been featured on both BikeExif and Pipeburn, we’re going to bring you their first ever build, a Kawasaki W650 Street Tracker.
Board Track Tricycle Racing is something we were unaware of until very recently, it appears to be a French photograph and the background doesn’t give a whole lot away. If you know more about this than we do, which isn’t hard at this point…
This classic Formula 1 battle is considered by many to be the best 3 laps in open-wheeled racing history, it features Rene Arnoux and Gilles Villeneuve in a no holds barred street fight for the win at the 1979 French Grand Prix.