One of my favorite motorcycling books ever is Mat Oxley’s Stealing Speed. It’s always been an easy recommendation, but now it’s even easier as Mat has released a new version with artwork by Christian Papazoglakis!
Two years ago, Spurgeon from RevZilla and I took a couple of BMW boxer adventure bikes from Los Angeles to Cabo for MotoQuest. If you read that story (Part 1, Part 2) and wanted to do it yourself, you may just be in luck! RevZilla and MotoQuest are partnering up to give you and a friend a week long trip …
It’s been a few years since I went to Ride for Kids, but I stopped by this year because Honda’s partnering with my new auction site to sell a couple of donated motorcycles – all the proceeds will go straight to Ride for Kids! Here are some of my favorite images from the day.
Today is the LA running of Ride for Kids, so I went to announce some news (more on that later) and support the cause! There were lots of great motorcycles, including a staggering amount of minibikes like Groms and Monkeys. But my favorite bike is a bit of an oddball. Can you identify it at first glance?
To celebrate the release of Oil in the Blood next week, the director (Gareth Maxwell Roberts) has arranged a giveaway with some popular names in motorcycling gear. There are seven prizes for seven different winners with a total value of about $3,700.
A couple of years ago, I had my first story published on RevZilla’s Common Tread. I was excited enough to have my work featured on the site, but I never thought I would be the subject of a piece on the site that I respected so much. That recently changed, as they asked me a few questions about the new …
Following up last week’s exhibit intermission, now we’ve got a museum on the east coast that’s showing off some motorcycles. Now through November 24th, the Cultural Center of Cape Cod is hosting Art on Two Wheels, a “retrospective exhibition of Harley-Davidson motorcycle,s artwork, and artifacts.”
It’s been a few months since Ichiban Moto has released a how-to-video, so I’m excited to share his newest one. These are always good for several laughs – I don’t understand how he thinks of these things!
Petrolicious’ new video is about Marja Elisat, a student who races a classic Ducati 350 on the weekends. It’s an awesome father-daughter story that’s worth watching as “it’s uncommon for young people to participate in motorsport at all, less so for girls, and very much less so for girls who can drop a knee on a bike twice their age.”
There aren’t enough art exhibits about motorcycles, which is why I’m glad to pass along that the Richmond Art Center in Richmond, California currently has Countersteer in the main gallery through November 22nd. Per the art center, this exhibit “examines personal expression through the medium of the motorcycle” through “fourteen custom build motorcycles, each reflecting a particular purpose and creative …
Picture Intermission – Land of Enchantment BMW Rally – Days 3+4View Post
Picture Intermission – Land of Enchantment BMW Rally – Days 1+2View Post
Great to see several of you today at the informal open house we had at Iconic! If you missed it, here’s a few quick photos from the festivities.
I’ve been at the Kawasaki KLX230/230R/300R launch for the last couple of days, and tonight at dinner someone mentioned a video that I have to share with you.
Brake Magazine has just started a video series that’s right up the alley of the average Bike-urious reader, I suspect: a comparison between modern machines and the retro bikes that inspired them. For the first episode, they look at the new 2019 Africa Twin versus a 1991 model.