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La Mala Suerte Ediciones

Friend of The Vintagent Marina Cianferoni is translating motorcycle books into...

Higher Powered

Sometimes a kind word and a prayer can settle the waters, and help you focus on...

Quarantine Cinema 6: The Dystopian Future

The films of QC6 might make you want to stay home, forever! It's a big scary...

The Vintagent Archive: ‘Shilling in the Slot!’

The Mar. 19, 1936 edition of The Motor Cycle included this intriguing story of a future motorcycle ride, with famous brands of the day - Norton, Rudge, B.S.A., Triumph, Scott, Sunbeam - that have all evolved different power sources, including steam and electric. The story is possibly a response to the first-ever road test of an electric production motorcycle earlier that year, of the Belgian Socovel electric scooter, which the magazine called 'gentlemanly in every aspect.'  Food for thought for a writer with a bent on prognosticating...and the...

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Bill and Lois’ Big Adventure: the Foundation of A.A.

It was an amazing adventure: Bill and Lois B Wilson took a two-year trip on a...

PS…You & Yours: Stay Well

Michael Lawless, our Flat Track Editor and the 'Poet of Packed Earth', reflects...

Back to Black at Montlhéry

David Lancaster, director of "Speed Is Expensive", discusses his shoot of the...

Social Distancing Machine?

Is the motorcycle an ideal social distancing machine? Dr. Wendy Pojmann explores...

Two Wheels, Single Shots: Motorcycles and Espresso in Italy

Wendy Pojmann, an academic at Siena College in NY, is a motorcyclists and coffee...

National Emergency Library

The Internet Archive opens its digital doors to everyone, and a quick search...

The Lost Boys

Injury and racing is a tough mix, as is racing and relationships. Each derails...

‘The Speed Kings’

Motorcycle historian (and Daytona 200 winner) Don Emde hits the mark with his...

Paean to the ‘Thruxton’

A deeply won fanaticism characterizes many Velocette Thruxton owners. Paul...

Pacific Northwest Hillclimbing Circa 1930

An archive of photos from the East Side Motorcycle Co of Portland showing early...