Angels From Hell is an entertaining film about a former motorcycle gang leader who returns home from the Vietnam War and sets about creating a new gang.
Top Gear is the most watched factual television show in history and I’m not aware of the existence of a man anywhere in the world who doesn’t like the show. Or love it deeply.
There’s something timelessly appealing about Audrey Hepburn, this photograph of her is from the 1953 film “Roman Holiday”, also staring Gregory Peck.
After doing a little research on the T-4a shuttle I was stunned to find its entry in the Wookieepedia is actually extensively detailed, like crazily, crazily detailed.
This wonderful short film tells the tale of three British men who decided, in the early ’90s, to climb onto their £500 motorcycles and ride them around the world. With no preparation, forethought, research or very much money. And they did it.
This film is a deeply captivating look into the life and times of designer and Porsche builder, Magnus Walker.
This 1971 feature film tells the story of infamous motorcycle daredevil, Evel Knievel. It’s equal parts comedy and biography with plenty of stunts thrown in for good measure, it’s 1:28:00 long and it’s well worth watching if you’re the kind of person who used to jump bicycles over rickety wooden ramps as a child.
This brilliant 25 minute film covers the classic 1987 WRC Rally Portugal including interviews with the drivers and some fantastic racing footage.
This captivating 2 minute video was shot by the talented Yuji from Japan, he was in Bali visiting the Deus Bali “Temple of Enthusiasm”…
This clip is from the iconic film “On Any Sunday” which is well worth a watch if you’ve never seen it, it’s also well worth a watch if you have seen it.
It’s great to see the manufacturing methods employed during the 1940s (or 1950s) in this film, the total lack of automation and resulting man hours required to build a motorcycle is remarkable to see.
This short film covers the day to day working life of Paul Firbank, AKA ‘The Rag & Bone Man’. Paul spends his days creating some truly beautiful creations from discarded items he finds buried in East London’s scrapyards.