Category Archives: Motorcycles
As much as I love them, and I really do, it’s fair to say that a lot of the motorcycle adventure films out there have a tendancy to allude to a search for some kind of lost masculinity, or at … Continue reading
I meant to post this video a long…long time ago, but better late than never! I know from experience how a classic vehicle can take on a life of it’s own in a family. It becomes a character in it’s … Continue reading
You’d be forgiven for thinking that contemporary motorcycle culture was, if not exclusively, largely a masculine, even testosterone fuelled affair. Most of the media about it seems to be about manly men making things and going out into the wild, … Continue reading
Ok so I haven’t posted in a while so by way of apology, while doing no real work myself here’s some awesome stuff other people have made. A short film about Stan Dibben, winner of the World Sidecar Championship in … Continue reading
I found this photo in a small tin box at a local market. On the back is written W.S Nixon (possibly Hixon) 1953. I have to admit I don’t know much about Harley’s, anyone know what model this is?
There is something about a motorcycle that just makes you want to pose with it. The motorcycle is a cultural touch point, They represent a sense of danger, a subversive and hedonistic mix of freedom, rebellion, adventure, not found elsewhere … Continue reading