Images: Benoit Guerry/ Southsiders
This is a nice little edit from the recent Southsiders MC event down in our favourite French coastal resort.
Biarritz is one of those places where all the good things in life tend to come together: "
The Wheels and Waves event so stylishly executed by our friends at Southsiders MC has generated a serious amount of good material these last few years. And that material has generated a serious amount "
"We missed the event. Again.
The Moto gods seems to be working against us: for some reason for the last three years we've been unable to get to one of our favourite places for an event that is becoming more "
"Images Jo Fischer
The second edition of the Wheels and Waves took place at Biarritz last week. The event, choreographed by those fine folk at Southsiders, have been right at the heart of the new wave (geddit) of bike culture; "
"Out over here next year this hardback promises to be a visual feast for all Nitro Heads.
It is a collection of photography that documents the famous March meet at the Famoso drag strip in Bakersfield, California, one of the "
" We love Wheels and Waves. It's the annual gathering in the Basque Country organised by the Southsiders MC. And it is where the cultures of motorcycles and the (sort of) surfing intersect.
We've been documenting the rise and rise of "
"If you apply the ‘difficult’ third album theory to cars – then Ford faced a massive challenge when making the third generation Fiesta ST.
As in, how exactly do you follow up a hot hatch that was brilliant at everything?
"When I was asked to look into the ever-growing range of electric bikes, I didn't want to make my piece just a list of what is available. So I didn't.
I started riding motorbikes aged eight, fascinated by seeing my "
"Ploughing through a stack of boxes to escape the bad guys, endless drifting through a car park, angering a fist-shaking market stall owner in pursuit of an escaping criminal; that’s the stunt driving dream.
For a lot of people "
"'Come down the hill, around the mini roundabout, stop by the camera and tell us what you think ...'
A small smile played on John Humphrys' face as he said it, clearly happier beside his BBC camera than where I "