""Wall of Death?" I hear you say. "Meh!"
But this is no health-and-safety logged, Ofsted approved circus act. This is something really special. This is the Indian Wall of Death.
And man alive, look at the way this video is "
We're not sure exactly what the racer in this picture is, but man alive, does it not want to make you go racing?
There's something about the exposed mechanicity of the diff and the tubes and the pipes and the "
"Custom culture has gone through the stratosphere.
It's not even funny any more.
Colorado based manufacturers Ronin have gone and started a 47-run line of Buell customs - inspired by the legendary Japanese warriors of lore. Each one will be "
Photography by Shelly Mosman
The 900 GTS from the end of the seventies, with its stripped down lightweight aspect helped hugely by the structural rigidity afforded by its engine, is one of the great Ducatis of the era.
This particular one "
"In case you missed it earlier this year, ALPINA announced at Goodwood the on-sale date of the fastest production diesel car ever. And like all Alpina Beemers it's got that something special that makes this an eminently desirable machine.
"When we saw 10 year old Jacques Morley racing karts for the first time, we knew we had spotted a talented driver. In fact we were so sure we had found a great prospect for the future, we decided to sponsor "
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In what has to be one of the most desirable homologation series cars ever produced, the road-going version of the Stratos was designed by Bertone with a complete lack of compromise.
Full of unexpected curves, louvres, scalps "
"When standard ‘road-going’ spec isn’t enough…
The act of homologating a car is a scarce thing in modern racing. Back in the day though, it was a carmakers way of entering a motorsports series while giving designers and engineers "
"Honda calls the CB1000R a ‘neo sports cafe’. It’s a fresh take on cafe racers, those so very 1960s, Quadrophenia-style rides. This, however, is much more modern and ‘The Matrix’. You can imagine Keanu riding it, bullet-time, in "
"When Ivano Beggio passed away at the age of 73 earlier this year, the residents of the town of Noale mourned greatly.
Ivano was the mastermind behind the rise of Aprilia, a small bicycle company based in the town that his "
"Here in the UK, we are pretty lucky to be blessed with some awesome pockets of custom bike enthusiasts scattered across our beautiful country, but we’re not so blessed in the way of bike shows and I can’t "