This image comes courtesy of the Museum of Victoria and it shows a couple taking an afternoon ride on their BSA with their Jack Russell.
I can’t get past the fantastic look on the face of this drag racer, it’s somewhere equidistant between horror and happiness.
Sonny Barger is, not even arguably, the most famous outlaw biker of all time. He was the main character in Hunter S. Thompson’s book “Hell’s Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs”, he also wrote a series of books, he’s been in a number of feature films and more recently appeared in the television series “Sons of Anarchy” (which is based on Hamlet, interestingly).
We don’t know who this little fellow is but by God, he appears to have had the coolest childhood in recorded human history.
This image is just too English for words.
Motorcycle sidecar racing is one of the most extreme motor-sport events I’ve ever encountered. I can’t imagine the guts it must take to be the guy hanging off the side into every turn, with total faith in the chap holding the handlebars.
The E-Type is one of the few cars ever created that invariably looks better than any woman you put next to it.
Some photographs seem to tell a hell of a story, even when we don’t know anything about them.
No matter how long you or I live, we’ll never be as cool as this man was.
This photograph of Steve McQueen and his wife, Neile Adams, is different to many of the more famous pictures of the actor.
After the popularity of last weeks post featuring an upside down Ursula Andress and an impressed looking Sean Connery we thought it was fitting to share this picture, this time with Connery upside down and Andress looking on with a slightly worried look on her face.
It’s great to see an image that’s sepia because it’s actually really old, rather than the result of some 14 year old girl’s fascination with Instagram.