"It certainly looks like a death trap - but aren't the best motorcycles just a little bit frightening?
And is the Salander – a build from Belgian workshop Zadig something to ride hard, or simply look at?
We'd personally swing a "
"The other day, we picked up a copy of Julian Cope's debut Novel 131.
If you've never heard of the freakoid musical visionary and former frontman of postpunk combo 'The Teardrop Explodes', Julian Cope (below) strides like the proverbial colossus across "
"Venerable German publishing house Gestalten released a few weeks ago their book on the rise and rise of the Custom Bike scene. There's a couple of nice films we thought we'd share that paint a vivid picture of the European "
"Giving a Japanese product a western name is sometimes thought to add cachet; the danger is you end up with a random selection of Janglish words that only add ridicule to an otherwise blameless model. Here are some of our "
"Speed Sisters, a documentary on a group of Palestinian women who have discovered a kind of transcendence through their love of street racing, is coming to your screens next month.
Life on the occupied West Bank is no doubt tough, "
"It is twenty years this week since Ayrton Senna died.
Anyone who cares even vaguely about motorsport will have a view of what this means, and what Senna himself meant in the history of racing.
At the time he was "
"Fear is essential. Fear keeps us from taking on life-threatening activities or endangering ourselves and others. The knowledge that actions have consequences – and knowledge of which consequences are best avoided at all costs – keeps us safe.
Fear keeps us away "
"Our FOCUS for this edition is Andrew Soul
What kind of cars would Essex boy Andrew Soul like to shoot? And how did he get started in photography? We had a quick chat.
Influx: How did you get into photography?
"Ever owned something you just know you can never sell?
When it comes to motorbikes, these people know them like the back of their hand. A back of hand they've spent thirty years staring at, as they twist an oh-so-familiar "