This fantastic retro documentary about motorcycle racing is presented by “Fast” Freddie Spencer, it was filmed and released in 1985 so the era of 500cc 2-stoke super bikes was in full swing.
The 1950’s were a climatic time in the history of Formula 1, Stirling Moss was racing Juan Miguel Fangio at gloriously retro circuits all around the globe, the women had big hair and the men had moustaches. It was a golden era.
Joel Bukiewicz is a man who, in some respects, fell into the knife making trade and in doing so, found a dormant talent that now has him creating some of the most highly prized kitchen knives in the US.
I still rate Goldeneye as one of the best of the modern Bond films, I know that’s a big claim but I think the Brosnan Bond movies got a little carried away towards the end with Die Another Day being a hideous travesty that I still think should be recalled, stockpiled and napalmed.
On Any Sunday is one of those films that you just have to have seen, and seen more than once, if you’re a motorcyclist. This is the 7:20 segment of the film that deals with AMA Flat-Track racers, some of the ballsiest humans this side of the NASA Gemini program…
Yvonne Craig was introduced as Batgirl in the final 1967-1968 season of the Batman TV Series, posters of her in full costume adorned the walls of countless millions of boys around the world.
This great little documentary, called Mille Miglia – The Spirit of a Legend, centres around the modern Mille Miglia with countless references and clips of the original races. If you like vintage racing cars and the Italian countryside, I have a feeling you’re going to like this film. You can watch the trailer for the film…
The 1969 Spanish Grand Prix was the last ever race featuring Formula 1 cars with the “high-wing”, the two Lotus cars suffered massive rear wing failures and drivers Jochen Rindt and Graham Hill lucky to escape with their lives.
North by Northwest is one of my favourite films of all time. It has it all, Cary Grant, a pretty woman, baddies, trains, planes, cars and intrigue.
The Blonde Comet is a 1941 film starring Virginia Vale and William Halligan, it follows the story of Beverly Blake (Virginia Vale), the daughter of a wealthy tire manufacturer.
This is a vintage Triumph promotional film centred around the 1969 Isle of Man TT, the footage and commentary are both first class and exactly as biased towards Triumph as you’d imagine.
This 30 second ad spot is a retro creation showcasing their XV920 custom that lit up the moto-tubes last year.