This photo from 1940 shows the San Francisco Women’s Motorcycle Unit, sometimes referred to as the Servi-Girls, I’ve hunted high and low for information on them but keep coming up empty. They look like the sort of ladies who should be remembered, as should their fantastic looking 3-wheeled motorcycles so if you know about them teach us all a thing or two in the comments below.
The Utility Shirt by Taylor Stitch is a triple stitched, 10 ounce cotton shirt for those who work with their hands (even just on weekends), all of the gear produced by the company is made in the USA by a family business that’s been in operation for just over 85 years. The business model used…
So I’ll say from the outset that the above image is going to make no sense to you unless you’ve read The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy by Douglas Adams, if you haven’t read the book, go grab a copy and then come back when you’re ready.
The life of Hans Herrmann reads like the script of a film from the golden age of cinema, he was born in 1928 and is a baker by trade, in the 1950s he started racing with the Mercedes-Benz factory team where his talent quickly led to him being hired to race at some of the most iconic motor sport events of the era.