"Seen a fantastic car or bike out in the wild and want the world to see it? Use #influxstreetspots on Instagram.
Share what made you stop in your tracks. We want to see photos of cars, bikes, campers, anything on "
Having spent a good proportion of the last few years staring at and thinking about cars, I can finally come out. I have a fetish about matte paintwork.
It might be that the world knows what I am on about, "
"I always had the feeling that Honda's staple tourist superstar the Gold Wing would look better naked.
And this example certainly confirms our intuition.
Spotted recently on Bike Exif - it appears that this 1975 GL 1000 was built for an Italian "
"images via DEUS
It's a while since we posted a custom build Bike Crush.
But sick of the mud and the wet of this English El Niño winter, we were musing and dreaming of dry Californian landscapes, when we "
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Ok, If we're talking about car culture and San Francisco, there's one thing that's impossible to ignore. Bullitt: Steve McQueen's famous opus that features that Fastback Mustang so beautifully, poetically and iconically.
Thing is, though we "
"Win limited edition Influx artwork and an Influx pen with Street Spots
Have you spotted a rare, eye-catching car or bike out on the road and want to share? Fancy showing off your amateur photography skills and getting your snaps "
"In the mid-noughties, the JDM hero car was pretty much dead.
The Toyota Supra was long-gone, and bullet-fast acronyms such as GT-R and LFA had yet to emerge from Nissan and Lexus leaving buyers with a single choice – the original "
"BMW have reinvented their Boxer bikes and boy is it a bonus to the rider.
On first look at the new 1250 GS, you immediately see it is leaner and lower than the previous model. BMW have stripped off weight (249 kg), "
"Felipe Massa knows a thing or two about rising above adversity.
He lost the 2008 F1 drivers’ championship to Lewis Hamilton by a single point; a year later, he was severely injured by a piece of flying debris in a horrific "
"In 1962 a very swift breadvan competed at Le Mans.
It was unofficial in many ways. It wasn't raced by Ferrari, the company which built the 250 GT on which it was based, and it wasn't actually called a breadvan by the "