The Motorcycling Du Ponts

The Du Pont family is intimately tied with the American motorcycle industry, and...

The Sex Machine

The motorcycle is the second most intimate of machines; the first being, of...

Song of the Salt

Lake Bonneville dried up 20,000 years ago, leaving a terrible place for...

Kenzo Tada

Kenzo Tada was a motorcycle racer in Japan who began his career, as so many early-century racers did, competing on bicycles at the dawn of the 20th Century.  In the midst of a successful motorcycle racing career, he became the first Asian to compete in the Isle of Man TT, in 1930, making a daunting 40-day trip by sea and rail to reach an island half a world away, in the Irish Sea.  His journey was remarkable; the next Japanese rider competed at the Isle of Man was in 1959!  He was the Velocette agent for Japan (Tomeye Trading Co. in...

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Cannonballs Deep: The Beginning

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