"The 1939-1940 New York World's Fair – which took place of course just as the world teetered on the brink of apocalypse – made the expansive promise to show visitors 'the world of tomorrow.'
At the fair's heart was the General "
"It's been a while since we've delved into what was once one of our primary automotive fetishes. Utilitarianism.
The Holden One Tonner. It does what it says on the tin. It's burly. It's straightforward. You wouldn't be embarrassed to pull "
In the year that Jaguar celebrates its 75th anniversary, we thought it would be fitting to spend some time with some of the new Jags that have been making such an impact.
Designer Ian Callum certainly knows how to pen "
"It had a tortoise as a logo, a 5.4 Litre Chevy V8 and one of the greatest automotive pensmen of the 20th century as a designer.
Still, you probably won't have spotted many Gordon Keeble cars on the streets. Only 99 of "
"Finnish designer, Joonas Vartola says that the Iomega is a relaxation capsule with a chauffeur. The shape of the car was inspired by the lines of a swan. Driver and passengers have their own private compartments. This is "a passenger "
"Look at your car. Ignore the kerbed alloy and the parking dent and the fact that you didn’t get around to cleaning it last weekend. Look beyond all that. Look at its forms, its details, its edges and curves. "
"Do you discriminate against fair-weather riders?
A biker. What exactly does it mean to be a biker? I urge you to have a think about this for a second, whether you possess a motorcycle licence or not. Personally, I think "
"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 "
"The National Speedway Museum at Broxbourne is a surprising place. Set within Paradise Wildlife Park, a colourful animal sanctuary and family entertainment centre in the pretty countryside of Hertfordshire, there’s little to hint at the textured treasure trove that "
"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 "