Karlheinz Weinberger

The Swiss photographer worked in obscurity in the 1960s and beyond, documenting...


Book Review: Harley-Davidson Book of Fashions

Rin Tanaka was granted access to the archives of the Harley-Davidson Museum, and...


Road Test: Falcon Kestrel

Ian Barry's Falcon Kestrel is a contemporary masterpiece of custom motorcycle...


The Tiger of Picardy

Triumph were allowed to build their twin-cylinder line even after WW2 began, and...


Road Test: 1928 Windhoff

A Rare German Four-Cylinder Beauty on the Road


The Evolution of ‘Super Kim’

the machine is the holder of the South American speed record from 1930


T.E. Lawrence; ‘The Road’

T.E. Lawrence, better known as 'Lawrence of Arabia', was a keen motorcyclist,...


Book Review: ‘Flat Out! The Rollie Free Story’

Rollie Free proved the Vincent Black Shadow was the world's fastest production...


Chopper History on NPR

NPR explored the history of the 'Captain America' chopper used in 'Easy Rider',...


The Emperor of Motorcycles

The most elegant motorcycles in the world came from George Brough's workshops in...


The Rudge Book of the Road

In the 1920s, the Rudge-Whitworth company offered lavish touring accessories for...


Out of the Blue, Into the Black

The Remarkable Falcon Motorcycles Vincent Black Shadow


Ian Barry at Kohn Gallery – The New York Times

Custom Motorcycles as Sculptures?


100 Years After the ‘Indian Summer’, Part 4: Oliver Godfrey

Oliver Cyril Godfrey won the 1911 Isle of Man TT on an Indian, but World War 1...


100 Years After the ‘Indian Summer’, Part 3: Charles Bayly Franklin

Charles Bayly Franklin was Ireland's first international motorcycle racer, and...


100 Years After the ‘Indian Summer’, Part 2: Jake De Rosier

Jake De Rosier was perhaps the first professional motorcycle racer, and Indian's...


‘The Ride’ Hits the Bookshops

Paul and Friends Publish 'The Ride'


100 Years After the ‘Indian Summer’, Part 1: Billy Wells

Over 100 years ago, Indian swept the Isle of Man TT with a 1-2-3 win. It was...


Road Test: 1930 Brough Superior-Austin Four

Impressive, beautiful, and certainly unusual


Book Review: ‘BMW Rennsport’

Author Stefan Knittel publishes another terrific book from the BMW Archives,...


Book Review: Garden Gate Manx

The Vintagent's Book of the Year for 2015; 'The Book About My Bike', published...


‘The Chopper: the Real Story’ Reviewed

Speedreader reviews Paul d'Orléans' book 'The Chopper; the Real Story', Pub. by...


Book Review: ‘Lewis Leathers’

Lewis Leathers, established in 1892, is Britain's oldest motor-clothing...


Anke Eve Goldmann: ‘Soviet Racing Women’

In 1962, Anke Eve Goldmann documented the extraordinary Soviet motorcycle racing...


BMW Path 22: Hanging Ten on the Trends

BMW Reveals Concept Surf-Moto, the 'Path22'


The Remarkable Minneapolis

The Minneapolis Motorcycle Co. pioneered the use of a gearbox before any other...


Days of Future Past: the Mercury

Laurie Jenks designed the Motorcycle of the Future, an all-aluminum masterpiece...


1935 Böhmerland ‘Reise’

The Bohmerlans was the longest production motorcycle in history, capable of...


Book Review: Charles Burki

Charles Burki illustrated his Norton racing motorcycles while imprisoned in WW2


Road Test: the New Brough Superior SS100

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