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My Coney Island Baby

Bob Peterson grew up in Edgewater, New Jersey less than twenty miles from New York City. He remembers as a kid during the early 1960s being intrigued by groups of motorcycle club riders like the Aliens[1] he saw on the highway near his home. The no-frills, chopped-down style of the bikes the Aliens rode was both radical and impressive. They projected a seductive sense of power as they split lanes and blasted through the traffic. He got his motorcycle license and started to learn about the culture of motorcycles. Bob Peterson with his Coney…

Qun Hung – One Hand Made

Qun Hung turned a bad crash and nerve damage into a challenge and a new career…

The Remarkable Mister Cox

Known for his 'little NYC choppers' of extraordinary quality, Paul Cox has been…

Jeffrey’s Finishing Touch – Taipei, Taiwan

He taught himself Japanese to catch the scene, then taught himself English to…

Mark Huang – Building Customs in Taipei

Taiwan has the most riders per capita in the world, but customized motorcycles…

1970s Speedway Racing at Irwindale

Pat Brady captured Speedway riders in the 1970s without a flash, evolving a…

‘Brooklands George’ – Conrad Leach

Conrad Leach painted 'Brooklands George' in 2008 for the Dunhill Drivers Club…

A Chris Killip Retrospective

One of the greatest British photographers turned his lens on his native Isle of…

The Ultimate Collector Motorcycles – Taschen

Taschen presents a truly ultimate book on motorcycles, a 2-volume behemoth…

Re-Inventing the Wheel: Marcus Hays

Marcus Hayes wants to swap your wheels for something lighter, stronger,…

Do You Know the Monster Man?

Miguel Galluzzi is a legend, and designed the most successful Ducati ever, the…