There’s a lot to love about this classic polaroid, the bike, the girl, the tattoos, the sunglasses. We have no idea who she is but we’d love to find out, we’d also like it if that was her BMW.
I think it’s safe to assume that this photograph was taken by a man and I also think its safe to assume that he had a better afternoon than you or I.
Extra internet points to anyone who can let us know what bike she’s on.
Some photos are just perfect. This one has the smile, the hair, the bike, the helmet, the mud and the boots. Love it.
You know you’re a motorcyclist when, on seeing a photograph like this, the first thing you want to do is move the woman aside, put the motorcycle back onto it’s centre stand and check for damage.
“The Flying Merkel” has to be one of the greatest names ever given to a motorcycle manufacturer, in fact I can’t think of one better.
It worries me that when I look at photographs like this, all I can think is “I wish the photographer had captured more of the bike”.
If this picture tells me anything, it’s that we all need to take more pictures of lady-folk on motorcycles.
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 is another one of those brilliant photographs with no traceable backstory. It’s a captivating image so I decided to share it nonetheless. I’d love to know the tales behind the well worn leathers and slight scowl on her face