Last year, LEGO introduced their most detailed motorcycle model to date – a 1,920-piece version of the BMW M1000RR. One year later, it’s still their most detailed bike model thanks to features like front and rear suspension to support the 2+ pounds of weight, three different dash options (stickers), and a functional transmission with 3-speeds and neutral. Vy and I …
You all probably know by now that my single favorite piece of protective gear is my Aerostich R-3 Roadcrafter suit, so I’m excited to share this video that Aerostich has released which shows off how they build them.
It’s rare that a pro-motorcycling story makes it to a news source as big as CNN, which is why I was excited when a buddy sent me a link to CNN about Bridget McCutchen, a 22 year-old from Wisconsin who is attempting to become the youngest person to circumnavigate the world on a motorcycle. What a badass.
Yesterday at Iconic we had a shipping container full of bikes come in from Japan, and I thought you guys might enjoy seeing the new arrivals!
A few weeks ago, Iconic Motorbikes hosted our annual 2-day track event at Laguna Seca. My favorite part of is the people, but a close second is the motorcycle exotica that shows up. Here’s some personal highlights for those of you that couldn’t make it.
Ichiban Moto recently narrated a great parody of On Any Sunday done by Hoxton Moto. If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out below!
The main reason I post less frequently on Bike-urious nowadays is because I’m a bit swamped over at Iconic Motorbikes. So I figure the least I can do is occasionally show you guys what we’re up to at the hangar!
Several years ago, I shared an interesting eBay listing for a Honda CB72 Yoshimura Endurance Racer and titled it “Please Be Real” because it sure was hard to tell from the listing. Long story short – it was real! It sold to a Bike-urious reader named John Barrett, and today RevZilla shared a story about what’s happened with the bike …
A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending an event called Italians Do Them Better for “a day of Italian machines, good food, music and good vibes!” Here’s some of my highlights.
Every Sunday, my colleagues at Iconic Motorbikes go for a morning ride out to the Rock Store. Sometimes I join along – here’s a few highlights from today’s excursion!
I’ve featured a couple of creations from Brook Henry’s famed Australian Ducati tuning house, Vee Two – the Squalo and the Alchemy SV-1. Here’s a nice behind-the-scenes look at Brook’s shop from ABC Australia, showing off his series of Mike Hailwood Replicas.
It’s not difficult to find cool bikes at the Quail Motorcycle Gathering, but it can sometimes be tough to find owners of said bikes who are willing to chat about them on camera. But I was able to get a few wonderful folks to talk about their prized possessions, and I thought you’d enjoy hearing from them!
I just published my written review of the new Yamaha XSR900, but I’ve also got an option for those of you that prefer the moving pictures!
Every Sunday, my partner Adam over at Iconic does a Sunday ride from our shop to the Rock Store and back. I joined him this week as we wanted to get a group photo with some customers (see above) for a fundraising campaign we’re about to launch – more on that later. Here are some of my highlights from the …
Once a year, Daniel Schoenewald opens up his collection to the public, and this year it’s happening on Sunday the 23rd. If you’re anywhere near Camarillo, you should check it out!