Of all the motorcycle genres that have ever existed I still come back to the board tracker whenever anyone asks which I think is…
This fantastic, action packed photograph was taken on the football pitch of Crystal Palace in London in 1923. The gentlemen in the picture are clearly enjoying a hotly contested game of football with a small crowd of spectators looking on through a haze of burnt gasoline.
The BTR 3 by Goldammer Cycle is a testament to what a talented bike builder can achieve using some steel tubing, an acetylene torch and some staggering attention to detail.
After mentioning my dismay earlier this week about the lack of modern board-track racing in the article about the Revatu Pea Shooter one of our readers shot me over an email with a link to this fantastic film about a crew of modern day board-tracker racers based in Germany.
This eye catching bike is an enigma of sorts, it’s called the Revatu Pea Shooter and it was built by Rene van Tuil of Revatu Customs in the Netherlands, but getting detailed information about it has proven rather difficult.