ART + DESIGN

Minutera Vietnam

By Lorenzo and Pilón We'd always had in our minds traveling to Vietnam. Its culture, people, landscapes and the ease of finding a bike to ride around the country, made this trip really appealing. But what really triggered us were  pictures our friends Lucía and Pixi (responsible for "Perder el Rumbo" and both bike lovers) had sent us the year before, when they traveled around south-east Asia. Their pictures showed several motorbikes that had been absolutely transformed to make them suitable for forest and agricultural work in the jungle -...

Charles Burki: Streamliners

As a Dutch graphic artist with an incredible back story in WW2, Charles Burki...

Jan Hoek: Boda Boda

Amsterdam-based photographer Jan Hoek was inspired to give Nairobi moto-taxi...

‘Chai Racers’ of Mumbai

Back in 2009, photographer Thierry Vincent captured the budding custom...

Tough on the Streets!

Street scramblers were straight out of the Steve McQueen era - rugged,...

Moto Major: Italy Reinvents the Motorcycle

It created a sensation when first shown in 1947, and remains a thing of intrigue...

Through Jodi’s Eyes

Jodi Johnson has the hardest job in racing: the wife of a professional flat...

Auerberg Klassik 2019: Uwe Rattay

Is the bi-annual Auerberg Klassik hillclimb the finest vintage motorcycle event...

David Martinez: Bonneville 2019

Photographer and filmmaker David Martinez has shot 3 films for The Vintagent,...

Martin Chambi: “I Am Not Hispanic: I am Pre-Hispanic.”

Photographer Martin Chambi was the first native Peruvian to document his people,...

‘Shared Lady Beetle’: the Sweetest Rebuke

Beijing's LUO Studio designed an evocative, hand-fabricated mobile children's...