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Nagoya Kustom Life – The Breezy Biker Camp

Tatsuya and his crew displayed tremendous performative audacity on their bikes…

Vintage Revival Montlhéry 2013

Vintage Revival Montlhéry is open to pre-1940 vehicles to race on the oldest…

Last of the Old School – Frank Voto

“I feel an attachment to something like a Shovelhead engine. It goes back to where I started from. After market companies still sell parts for these old engines but they don’t know nothin’ about them. They don’t know how to make them run. I like to change the parts around to make them run better. I put the whole valve train from an Evolution on a Shovelhead. They told me I was dreaming. It couldn’t be done. Oh ya? In that case I am going to make a stroker to boot. So I made a ninety-two incher out of a seventy-four. It was a challenge. I’m…

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Hell on Wheels – Jimmy ‘Daredevil’ Washburn

Jimmy Washburn was the Evel Knievel of his era, and won a lot of races too.…

The Man Who Rides Them All – Alan Cathcart

He's ridden, raced, tested, and written about every important racing motorcycle…

John Surtees – the Last Interview

John Surtees was a unique figure who literally grew up racing with his father…

Mike’s Ride in Rome

What to see, and what's special in the Eternal City, through the eyes of our…

‘Cause She’s So High Above Me

Mike Lawless encountered some high class folks in his old job selling luxury…

The Pornography of Speed

Detroit's V-8 engines are as big a chunk of American identity as the flag, the…

The Last Ride of ‘Fast Eddie’ Fisher

A superb rider and race winner, a business owner, father of racing legend Gary…

Samuel Aboagye – A Promising Update

The Motor/Cycle Arts Foundation made an investment in Samuel Aboagye,…

Miki Rides in Beijing

After trying many motorcycles, Miki found happiness with a Zero chopper. She…

Albert Menasco: Pirate of the Sky

Motorcycle racer, airplane mechanic, Baby Car racer, stunt man, Wall of Death…