Road Test: 1930 Majestic

The Majestic was the ultimate French Art Deco motorcycle - radical and...

Road Test: 1929 Ascot-Pullin

Cyril Pullin was a genius designer, way ahead of his time, and built his dream...

The Great Mile

Malle London puts on 'the greatest motorcycle rally in Britain' with The Great...

Café Racers Invade Sturgis

The 'Ton Up!' exhibition during the 2012 Sturgis Rally was an oasis of...

The Black Angel

Master Plumassier Maxime Leroy takes motorcycles to totally new places,...

‘The Pleasures of Life’

Boris Anrep laid the floor mosaics in the National Portrait Gallery in...

A Day at the Races

Wet plate/collodion photographer Paul d'Orléans exposes Wheels&Waves...

Wheels & Waves California

Wheels & Waves California, sponsored by The Vintagent and Wheels & Waves...

Anke Eve Goldmann

Anke Eve Goldmann was a pioneer German motorcyclist and journalist. Banned...

Haunted by Hailwood

Mike Hailwood's last Canadian appearance was in 1967 - or was it? ...



Comedian, Actor, Philanthropist and Television Host

I think my favorite Vintagent story is the piece about the Blue Bike and Marty Dickerson; it’s about a working class guy trying to make something happen, a human story, not just about the motorcycles themselves.  I’ve talked with Marty before, and of course I have a lot of Vincent memorabilia, like a bunch of Rollie Free’s trophies.

I also like the road test of the 3-wheel Brough Superior, as it’s the only account I’ve read of someone actually riding the thing! There are all these crazy stories from the day about George Brough riding one backwards around Piccadilly Circus, but those stories are 80 years ago!


Road Test: the New Brough Superior SS100

Road Test of the new Brough Superior SS101 on the twisting coastal roads...

The Blue Bike

Marty Dickerson Created the Vincent Legend in America

Road Test: 1930 Brough Superior-Austin Four

Impressive, beautiful, and certainly unusual

The Vintagent Selects: The American Wall Of Death

Director Roberto Serrini takes us inside the celebrated “Wall of Death”, one of the last great American sideshow acts, performed exactly as it was 100 years ago. Antique Indian and Harley Davidson motorcycles ride the vertical wall inside a silo-shaped wooden cylinder, performing feats of daredevil moto-acrobatics and nabbing dollar bills from the hands of stunned viewers at the top.

The Vintagent Trailers: Somewhere Else Tomorrow II: “The New Film”

Josephine and Daniel have just returned after another three years on the road traveling the Americas and Africa. This journey concludes Daniel’s attempt to circumnavigate the world by motorcycle - only making money for the trip along the way!

The Vintagent Trailers: I Fidanzati Della Morte (Engaged to Death)

Forgotten for nearly 60 years, “I fidanzati della morte” is movie like no other in its genre, recovered and restored thanks to a successful crowdfunding campaign with donors from 22 Countries. The film bears unique witness to the international motorcycling’s golden age, innovations and challenges in the thrilling world of two wheels.