"Having our head buried in the world of pre-war motorcycles these last few weeks, we've been slowly turned on to the whole world of the vintage thumper.
Theirs is a strange, basic beauty - especially for someone like me who "
"I recently commented on a Tweet by a guy who rides a 125cc bike.
‘Why do people with big bikes hate us 125cc bike Riders? We aint different, we are normal Riders Just Like You, we do everything "
Received a very welcome dispatch this morning from CICERO DEGUZMAN JR- bringing news of new collaborations, new books and a very nice new blog format for his very delectable series of pictures that document vintage choppers, their builders, workspaces and "
"Lowrider Magazine from the early eighties was a real hotchpotch of chicano-flavoured influence, full not only of slammed and jacked and hydraulically-altered mid sixties Detroit steel, but also a manifest voice of Latino street culture.
Editions like this make you "
You'd have to have been living under a rock somewhere if you hadn't noticed the popularity of utility garments, particularly biker-friendly jackets, on our city's streets.
It's nothing new. Non-bikers wear biker jackets, non surfers wear board shorts – the list "
Our new print project is back from press. We couldn't be more chuffed. There's something about the process of putting together words, pictures and artwork together on a printed page that transcends the ethereal buzz of a reblog or a "
What does the future of motoring really look like? At London’s Royal College of Art, postgraduate students on the cutting edge Intelligent Mobility program have been trying to find answers to the question. We met three individuals with interesting "
"Do you remember the first thing that made you dream of motorbikes? For me it was the final sequence of Bruce Brown’s 1972 epic homage to American motorsport On Any Sunday.
I can’t remember how I came across it "
"It’s sixty two years now since Mike Costin and Keith Duckworth launched Cosworth Engineering in a greasy corner of London. Since then the engineering firm has provided the connective tissue of some of the world’s finest and most "
"Cosworth recently teamed up with Gordon Murray Automotive to develop a naturally aspirated, 3.9-litre V12 engine to power the GMA T.50 supercar, which will be the first ever GMA vehicle ever to go into production.
In case you didn’t "