This is Dot Smith, the famous female stunt rider from the 1930s and 40s, she was a member of the San Francisco Motorcycle Club and a founding member of the iconic “Motor Maids” with Dot Robinson and Linda Degeau.
This film, named ‘Kid Auto Race‘, set a couple of significant milestones in cinema history. It was the first time the world ever saw Charlie Chaplin’s “Tramp” character, a character who would go on to feature in over a dozen films and be remembered as one of the great icons of 20th century cinema. It…
Sometimes I just want to throw in the towel, sell it all, buy an old jeep and go for an adventure. Photographs like this do absolutely nothing to discourage this desire.
This bike started life as a 1986 Honda VF1000R although it would have been hard to guess given the modifications to the bike. The lower fairings have been removed and the remaining body work has been sanded back and given and eye catching distressed paint job.
Keychain tools can be a little hit and miss, we’ve seen both brilliant examples and flimsy little crap-sickles so when we find a new one that falls into the ‘brilliant’ category, we get more excited about it than we really should. This new 19-in-1 Multitool from Swiss+Tech features 2 hex wrenches, 6 screwdrivers, pliers, a…
This is one of those photographs I can spend few minutes looking at, the sparks and the sense of motion carry through the lens so well in some images and this is a great example.
It isn’t often that I discover a Land Rover variant I’ve never seen before, so when I stumbled across a picture of this, the Bell Aurens Longnose I thought I was looking at a long forgotten Land Rover concept car, or perhaps an old Defender modified by a wealthy oil sheik.
Taken from the August 1971 edition of Sports Illustrated this is one of the most famous photos of McQueen in action.
Scotch & Soda is an Amsterdam based clothing label specialising in low-volume production and unique, wearable designs.
The Honda CB750 is quite possibly the most “Café’d” bike in history, not that that’s a bad thing, the engine and frame are both fantastic and the price point that bike sold for in the 70′s made it a realistic purchase option for many people in America, Australia and Western Europe. This bike, currently for…
This is singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards and her pooch, in a park just outside of Toronto, Canada. Vespas with sidecars attached have always
Detroit has, arguably, had the hardest time of any city in the US over the past 5 years. The economic downturn hit the big automobile manufacturers hard and layoffs, unemployment and plummeting house prices have taken their toll on the residents of Motor City.