Both of the vintage motorcycles in this image are seriously raising out interest today, that bike in the back looks like it might be the coolest motorcycle of all time and the sheer absurdity of that bike in the foreground must be hiding a tale or two.
Walt Siegl is one of the finest custom motorcycle builders in the world today, we've covered his work in the past with features on the MotoBee, the Riviera Ducati SS, the WS Sport Classic and the FX Roadster.
It's wonderful the way vintage photographs like this can capture a moment so perfectly it almost feels like you're there.
This shot of McQueen with what appears to be the perfect Triumph Scrambler is one of my favourites as it doesn't appear scripted or posed.
Big Ed Beckley has had a career to rival that of any motorcycle stuntman in the world, he started out jumping motorcycles after seeing Evel Knievel jump in Hutchinson, Kansas in 1971 at the Kansas State Fair. Ed decided that he’d like to try his hand jumping bikes over staggeringly long distances and so in the...
The Skyteam Ace 125 is a production motorcycle designed to evoke the memories and performance characteristics of the iconic Honda RC110, in fact the styling is so similar that you'd be excused for confusing the two bikes as one and the same.
Of all the motorcycle genres that have ever existed I still come back to the board tracker whenever anyone asks which I think is the most beautiful. Sure they didn’t have any brakes, suspension, seat padding, gauges or fenders but that’s half the appeal. The styling is undeniably beautiful and those old v-twin steam punk...
So this post is a request for information about the bike in this picture, we know it's a custom BSA and we know that it was taken by Brett Sloan Photography.
Keith Richards is one of those rock n' roll legends that'll still be touring when he's 110 years old.
The Honda S90 is one of those bikes that doesn't get the cafe racer treatment nearly often enough. The ultra lightweight motorcycle was manufactured by Honda between 1964 and 1969, it was fitted with a 4-stoke, air-cooled single cylinder engine capable of 8hp and capable of just over 60mph (with a light rider).