I had some free time last Sunday, so I took a little ride to the Rock Store…and then I went a bit further. Here’s some of my favorite bikes from the day!
Super short notice, but Dave Moss is coming by Iconic Friday night from 6pm-8:30pm to teach a “Suspension 101” class. Ever wondered what “rebound” actually means, or do you just want to be able to teach yourself how to adjust your own suspension properly?
Here’s an entertaining look back from the Los Angeles Police Department in the 40s, showing what it takes to become one of their new motorcycle patrolman. Would you have what it takes?
Over at Iconic, we like to do a weekly from our shop to the Rock Store on Sunday mornings as an excuse to get out and see our friends! Here’s the visual feast from this past weekend…
To complement my written First Ride Review of the 2021 Aprilia Tuono V4 and V4 Factory, here’s one of those newfangled moving pictures!
In the early 70s, Suzuki, Norton, and DKW all brought rotary-powered bikes to the market, but DKW was the first. Outside of the UK, it was sold as the Hercules Wankel 2000 (W2000), and while the engine was unconventional, everything else was as you’d expect. Bike magazine called it “an outstanding machine in its own right”, even ignoring the novel …
The Progressive IMS show is finally back (as a series of outdoor events), and with it comes a new round of the J&P Cycles Ultimate Builder Custom Bike Show. Here’s a quick look at the winners from last week’s show!
If you’ve been cooped up at home and need an excuse to hit the road, Moto Guzzi is offering up an interesting program that’ll allow you to try the V85 TT in some choice locales in the US. Guzzi already offers this program in Europe, but this is the first year they’re offering it in America and they’ll credit your …
I’m sure many of you have already seen this, but I’m sharing it in case you haven’t because I thought it was great. Whether or not you own a bike that’s carbureted, you likely have some idea how a carb works. But do you understand it well enough that you could explain it to someone else? After watching this video, …
Today, Rocky Mountain ADV debuted a series that’ll appeal to those of you that loved Top Gear’s cheap car challenges – their question is, “can $1,000 motorcycles make it 1,000 adventure miles?”
A gentleman named Bo Bushnell has the world’s largest collection of 60s/0s California outlaw motorcycle memorabilia, and my buddy Charles Fleming just shared an interesting profile of him on the LA Times.
It was later in the year than usual, but another Mecum auction in Las Vegas has come and gone. The auction cleared $17.5 million through 1,214 listings, 1,151 (95%) of which sold. Here’s 12 of my favorites!
A few weeks ago, I let you know about Inside the Garage’s visit to Iconic. Their next episode is out, and the subject is a fantastic motorcycling destination in Southern California – MotoDoffo Winery!
Our friends over at the International Motorcycle Show recently came by Iconic as part of a revamp for their second season of Inside the Garage. For this season, IMS is changing things up and taking garage tours of “celebrity riders, racers, and key players in the powersports industry and see what they got stashed inside their garage!”
Axell Hodges continues the Slayground series with #3 – and it starts off strong with an impressive sequence filmed from a chopper as well as a fantastic transfer with a backflip that lands straight into a wheelie!