In some respects, Amy Johnson was the British version of Amelia Earhart. Although she never achieved the same fame both of the women were pioneers in flight, both set multiple world records and both died young in tragic, water related accidents.
Super Rat Motorcycles is one of those garages that never, ever builds anything normal. And this bike, War Crimes, is anything but normal. We featured their Egg Salad bike last year and for those of you who remember it, you’ll know what I mean when I say that it took me a few minutes of…
Stay True Magazine is a fantastic, new online publication centred around classic, no bullshit motorcycling. Issue 3 of the free digital magazine was just released and if you like bikes, photography and racing, you’re going to want to see it. Seriously.
The M-41 Walker Bulldog Tank was put into production in 1950 and first saw action in Korea in 1953, the tank was designed to be light enough for air transport and was used mostly for scouting missions.
Benjamin Knapp Voith is a staggeringly talented automotive designer, he spent 8 months working on this car, the “Bentley Barnato Roadster” and the attention to detail is self-evident.
The weekender bag is an essential summertime companion, it has to be able to hold 3 days worth of clothing, a towel, shoes and it should look like the sort of thing you’d find on the deck of a yacht in the Hamptons.
In many respects, Amelia Earhart is the very embodiment of a modern, 20th century woman.
This image officially gets the Silodrome nomination for the most retro picture in the known universe. It’s just perfect.
This fantastic short film covers the recent “Wheels and waves” weekend in Biarritz, it includes some of the most eye catching bikes and cars I’ve seen for some time and I’ve already pencilled the event in for 2013.
This 1968 Chevrolet L-88 Corvette is considered by many Corvette aficionados to be the most victorious racing Corvette in history
The Bottle Key by MAKR is one of those sub-$10 purchases you make and then forget about, right up until the day you become a hero for being the only guy on the camping trip with a bottle opener.
Mack Sennett is the man credited with bringing slap-stick comedy to film for the first time, the actor, writer and director also gave Charlie Chaplin, Fatty Arbuckle, Gloria Swanson, The Keystone Kops, Bing Crosby, and W. C. Fields their start in show business.