CULTURE

Cannonball 2018: Portland, Maine

Stretching from Portland to Portland, the Motorcycle Cannonball starts today,...

Candy Land in the Basque Country

In the fantastic seaside town of San Sebastian, Spain, you'll find Cafe Racer...

Racing ‘Round the Rainbow Scintillator

In 1915 San Francisco emerged from the rubble of the '06 earthquake like a...

Every Picture Tells a Story: Marie Therese Von Hammerstein

Every picture may tell a story, but some pictures need a novel. In this instance, that novel has been recently written, 'The Silences of Hammerstein' (Hans Magnus Enzesberger, 2009), part biography and part speculative fiction, an effort to grapple with a particularly puzzling, heroic, and frustrating chapter of German history. The charming young woman pictured in 1933 aboard her motorcycle is Marie Therese von Hammerstein, whose father, Kurt von Hammerstein, happened to be head of the Reichswehr (German army) at the end of the Weimar Republic,...

Read More

In Velo Veritas: Keith Hamilton

Australian Velocette legend Keith Hamilton was always good for a story and a...

A Clubman at Brooklands: David Vincent

David Vincent was one of 29 riders to lap the Brooklands course at over 100mph...

Take a Bou, Toni!

Spaniard Toni Bou is a motorcycle competitor on par with a select few legends,...

The Current: Egads! An Electric Surfboard?

Electric surfboards are the next big thing: this Swedish model from Awake Boards...

No Better Cure

A good ride down the highway is an excellent cure for the blues.

The Current: E-Volkswagen Crushes Pikes Peak Record

The Pike's Peak Hillclimb is a unique and historic race, and for the second time...

The Phantastic Oskar Schindler

Oskar Schindler was a motorcycle racer and a real rascal, who redeemed himself...

Indians for the European Grand Prix

Indian developed special racers based on the European model to bolster their...

2018 Concorso Eleganza Villa d’Este

The Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este is the most spectacular concours in the...