"During the transition of popularity seemingly moving away from sports and performance-orientated bikes to the more custom bike builds, The Bike Shed was born, but who are they?! For those of you that don’t know, Anthony “Dutch” van Someren "
"The latest wave of the custom obsession has as much to do with humanity as it has machinery.
Because mechanics are ultimately an expression of human emotion, desire and aspiration.
All cults - skating, surfing, rock'n'roll - whatever - began "
In case you’ve been buried under a rock these past years, you can’t help have noticed that there’s a real Hot Rod revival going on, with vintage events cropping up all over the place.
Core festivals like "
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There's something about old European race circuits. They reek of history, panache and culture.
And none is more redolent of these things than the Autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry. The circuit, just a little bit to the south "
"It's beginning to get rather fun spotting auto ads that will never run. This gruesome tale from the twisted minds of the Norwegian Motorcycle Union sums up what hardcore bikers believe to be their dehumanisation at the hands of bike-hating "
If over-the-top voicovers had an Academy Awards, this guy would have a full trophy cabinet.
And if Bikesploitation was a recognised genre, Rebel Rousers would be legend. But "
"Formula E turns five this year. Forget the party hats and balloons: the series has got itself a stupendous new racing car instead.
Formula E’s fifth season will get off the line in December in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The "
"‘Why don't we have both?’ says the young girl, shrugging a pair of pixelated shoulders, then the whole town celebrates.
As GIFs go, this looping snatch of taco ad has long since peaked, troughed and boomeranged back to retro classic "
"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 "
" The ‘umbrella on wheels’ or the ‘tin snail’, the unmistakable Citroën 2CV has also been a 24-hour endurance racer, a James Bond film star, a delivery van, a beach buggy-type fun machine, and, in twin-engined four-wheel drive ‘Sahara’ versions, "