Motorcyclists often find themselves on solo road trips, usually just as an excuse to leave behind the daily grind and taste the air at 80 miles an hour.
The Lun Class Ekranoplan is one of those vehicles that seems to large for life, almost like a James Bond villain’s mobile lair.
I love seeing people build Harley-Davidsons like this. You see there was a time, many years ago, when Harley-Davidson was famous for building the fastest motorcycles in America.
Craft spirits are an intriguing thing, they’re made in very small batches and this allows the distiller to take risks and be creative. Now, creativity isn’t always a good thing. Look at the music created by Yoko Ono for example.
Now why an elephant would want to go to Earl’s Court rather than Piccadilly Circus is anyone’s guess.
The CB350 Brat is one of those bikes that lit up the moto-web when it was released last year, it had features on BikeEXIF, Cyril Huze Post and Sydney Cafe Racers and the world loved it.
The VW based Meyers Manx beach buggy is one of those project cars that most men have told themselves they’ll get around to building eventually.
This early-70s photograph shows Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger in the saddle of a beautiful, green Honda CB350.
The ’98 Triumph Adventurer is one of the better bikes built by Triumph in the ’90s, it was fitted with an 885cc triple cylinder engine with 12 valves…
This steampunk chandelier by The Milton Douglas Lamp Co. is the perfect light fitting for a garage, man-room, shed, bar or basement laboratory.
This shot captures the crew of Apollo 15 before their mission to the Moon, in the foreground you can see the General Motors powered Moon Buggy they used for testing and pre-mission practice.
The Kawasaki ZX-7 is a relatively rare motorcycle, 1994 was the final model year before Kawasaki brought out the far more famous Kawasaki Ninja ZX-7R. That said, the ZX-7 does have a loyal following in the US and around the world meaning spare and custom parts are easy to come by.