The Current: Cake Making Waves

Sweden’s Cake is sweeping design and innovation awards by inventing a new...


‘The Angels of Pervyse’

Mairie and Elsie were motorcycle pals from 1912, who took their bikes to Belgium...


‘SpeedisExpensive’: The LA Shoot Road-Trip

A new documentary, 'SpeedIsExpensive', dives deep into Vincent history, with...


The Vintagent Selects: Hunter S. Thompson on Outlaws

I keep my mouth shut now. I’ve turned into a professional coward.


The Mighty MFK: the Giant’s Fist

In the late 1940s, German racers had to make their own: this MFK...


The Current: Tarform Electric Motorcycle Blends Swedish And American Design

Swedish and American designers teamed up to create the Tarform electric...


The Current: Alta Grabs First Electric AMA Pro National Podium

It's finally happened: the Alta Redshift is the first electric-powered...


The Vintagent Trailers: Black Lightning: The Rollie Free Story

arguably the most famous photograph in motorcycling.


Cannonball 2018: Midweek in the Midwest

Riding a pair of vintage Brough Superiors across the USA in 17 days, the...


The Current: Would Ducati Build This Electric Motorcycle?

Spanish designer Miguel Angel Bahri imagines a Porsche-inspired electric...


Cannonball 2018: Portland, Maine

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


The Early History of Indian, Part 3: The Indian Motocycle Is Born

Part 3 of Ken Aiken's re-examination of the Early History of Indian Motocycles. ...


The Early History of Indian, Part 2: Hedstrom Sets the Pace

Hedstrom Sets the Pace: Carl Oscar Hedstrom rented facilities in Middletown,...


Heiwa Motorcycle and Kengo Kimura

In an unassuming warehouse near the Hiroshima docklands, Heiwa Motorcycles makes...


Candy Land in the Basque Country

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


The Early History of Indian, Part 1: George M. Hendee, Bicycle Race Legend

George M Hendee was a champion bicycle racer, who later manufactured bicycles...


The Current: Mike Corbin, E-Bike Pioneer

Mike Corbin built electric motorcycles since the 1970s, and held the electric...


The Vintagent Trailers: Motorcycle Man

Racing legend Dave Roper is hardly an adrenaline junkie, taking a philosophical...


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

Marie Therese von Hammerstein was a German aristocrat and intellectual, and used...


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,...


Martin Squires: Jake De Rosier at 90mph

Vintagent Contributor Martin Squires interprets a hair-raising 1911 interview...


The Current: Exclusive Interview With Zero CEO Sam Paschel

Zero is a stable, industry leading e-Moto company, and we ask its CEO what's...


Legends of Montlhéry at the Cafe Racer Festival: Part 2

In the second part of our story, an amazing collection of record-breakers from...


No Better Cure

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


Motorcycle Specials: Maurice Brierley’s Methamon

Artist Martin Squires brings his paints when he visits Maurice Brierley’s wild...


Legends of Montlhéry at the Café Racer Festival: Part 1

The annual Cafe Racer Festival at Monthlery is that track's only all-motorcycle...


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...


The Current: Experiencing Kando with Yamaha’s MOTOROiD

Yamaha's Motoroid mixes Artificial intelligence with human pleasure on two...


2018 Concorso Eleganza Villa d’Este

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


The Current: Exclusive! Gloria Factory of Paris

Jambon-Beurre Motorcycles is now Gloria Factory


Stolen Glory: Zenith, OEC, and the 1930 World Speed Record

In 1930, the motorcycle World Speed Record was a close contest between BMW,...


The Vintagent Selects: The Grizzly Ride

Every year, we cross the mountains to celebrate the end of winter. This is what...


Around the World with Aloha Wanderwell

Aloha Wanderwell was the first woman to circle the globe on wheels, as well as...


‘In Vietnam, You’re Never Alone’

Zoe David is an architect and motorcycle builder from France, who's recently...


Brough Before Superior

Dave Clark restores an extremely rare racer built by the father of George...


Grow Old With Me Darling Quail

JP DeFaut visited the Quail Motorcycle Gathering in 2016, and here's what you...


Vintagent Selects: Bonneville Speedweek 2017

Life is short. Buckle up and go full speed.


Death, Taxes, and Old Bike Fever

As collectors age, it's all too easy for unscrupulous 'friends' with Old BIke...


The Current: Wannabe AlSi9Mg E-Chopper

The Wannabe electric chopper removes the V-twin but keeps the vroom!


The Current: Hard Wired With Lawrence Au

The future of motorcycling may reside in the brain of Lawrence Au, with patents...


The Current: Curtiss E-Bike Concepts

The future of sleek quiet speed from Curtiss Motorcycles


The Motorcycle is 200 Years Old Today?

Was the motorcycle first demonstrated on April 3rd, 1818?


The Vintagent Original: Sugar & Spade Morocco

Where can a film take you? Places you never expected, sometimes. The cast and...


The ‘Motorized Cossacks’ of Africa

Boko Haram insurgents in Africa find motorcycles ideal for attacks and evasion. ...


The Ride: Max Hazan’s ‘Musket 2’

Max Hazan has built a silver machine around a doubled-up Royal Enfield.


‘Custom Revolution’ in Cycle World

Cycle World magazine announces the 'Custom Revolution' exhibit at the Petersen...


100 Years Ago: Inside the Indian Factory in 1918

The USA was a very different place before joining World War 1 in 1917; it was...


The Ride: Retro-Future Sci-Fi – the Bandit9 L-Concept

A lover of sci-fi, Daryl Villanueva of Bandit9 looks back in time to create a...


Velocettes at Montlhéry: 24 Hours at 100mph

It's a record that's never been beaten: a 500cc motorcycle doing 100mph for 24...


The Current: SURU – the New Cub?

Motorcycle designer Michael Uhlarik fell in love with electric bikes in 2007,...


Two-Wheeled Icons of the 1980s

1980s motorcycle design was a radical departure from the 1970s, as both...


1935 – The Greatest TT?

Some consider the 1935 Isle of Man Senior TT the greatest of them all, with only...


The Vintagent Trailers: Dream Racer

Dream Racer is an inspiring account of the fear of life going by unfulfilled and...


The Current: Bellissima Italian Volt!

Italian friends Nicola Colombo and Valerio Fumagalli founded Italian Volt after...


Road Test: 1923 Ner-A-Car

The Ner-A-Car was the most successful hub-center steered motorcycle in history;...


The Big X and the Big 3: the Excelsior-Henderson Story

The Excelsior-Henderson brand is coming up for sale in Las Vegas this month! ...


‘Von Dutch’ in Las Vegas

'Von Dutch' kickstarted the Custom Culture movement with his independent,...


Vespa Streamliners

In the 1950s, fierce competition between Vespa and Lambretta created an 'arms...


The Vintagent Trailers: 1 Map For 2

2017 marks the sixtieth anniversary of the extraordinary world tour by Leopoldo...


The Current: E-MTB With Hall of Famer Joe Murray

Mountain Bike Hall of Famer Joe Murray plays an important role in developing...


The Current: HPC Revolution

Hi-Power Cycles have launched a 60mph E-Bike. Technically, that's a motorcycle,...


The Current: Livio Suppo – From MotoGP to eMTB

An exclusive and candid conversation with former Repsol HRC MotoGP team...


Billy Al Bengston: Art in Motion

Pop artist Billy Al Bengston raced motorcycles to make a living while creating...


The Vintagent Selects: The Spirit Of Sturgis

Brittney Olsen, racer of Vintage Motorcycles, Cars and the Host of The Spirit of...


Glenn H. Curtiss

Curtiss built the best motorcycle engines in the world from 1903 onwards, and...


The Current: Confederate No More – Meet the Curtiss Motorcycle

After 25 years, Confederate Motors sheds its controversial a name, and the...


The Ride: Piyush and Nishanth – Avoid IT

Two young Indian mechanical engineers decided they'd rather build a custom bike...


The Current: Saroléa is Alive and Electric

Grand nephews of Saroléa factory racer from the 1950s have rejuvenated the...


Luigi Colani: The Future Is Now

The Swiss designer Luigi Colani focussed on erotic, streamlined shapes, and was...


The Silent Types

Silent films of the 1920s featured incredibly motorcycle stunts by Harold Lloyd,...


Gallery: Heidi Zumbrun

If there's every age, sex, and color, and every kind of motorcycle, it must be...


The Ride: Vintagent X Gestalten

'the Ride' books explore the new global custom motorcycle scene around the...


The Vintagent Selects: Giovanni Burlando’s Vision

An incredible career of 850 professional hillclimb races by an utterly charming,...


The Current: Al(ta) in the Family

The Alta Motors story is rooted in California flat-track and club racing, via...


Glenn Curtiss: 136mph in 1906?

A Scientific American article from 1906 explains Glenn H. Curtiss' 136.3mph...


Lena the Killer

Why were a group of Australians riding a British motorcycle in Austria? To...


Confessions of a Factory Trials Rider

Gwen White was a factory-supported Trials rider in the 1950s, for Francis-Barnet...


Cliff ‘Soney’ Vaughs and ‘Easy Rider’

Cliff Vaughs designed the most famous motorcycles in the world. Why is he still...


DG Manktelow, Cafe Racer

As a college student, DG Manktelow needed some credits, so enrolled in a...


The Current: Mission Motors Electric Sportbike

The Mission One was the most advanced electric sportbike in the world when...


Sylvester Roper’s Steam Velocipedes

Sylvester H Roper built his first steam velocipede in 1967/8, and demonstrated...


Freak Power: Hunter S. Thompson for Sheriff

In 1970, Hunter S. Thompson ran for Sheriff of Aspen, Colorado, on a very...


The Vintagent Selects: ‘Not So Easy’

After working on 'Easy Rider', Cliff 'Soney' Vaughs hired Peter Fonda and Evel...


The Chanel Triton

Built as an homage, the Chanel Triton was used by Karl Lagerfeld for his 2010...


Showman in a Suitcase – Putt Mossman

When Chris Illman found a suitcase of motorcycle memorabilia, he didn't know it...


Atlanta’s ‘Black Streaks’

From 1913-1924, black motorcyclists raced on Atlanta's board tracks and...


A Cowboy at a Garden Party

An energetic flat-track champion is squired to the chi-chi Radnor Hunt Fox...


The Vintagent Selects: Falcon Kestrel – Desert Ride

In 2010, Falcon Motorcycles revealed the Kestrel, a Triumph-based custom of...


From Glorious to Notorious; the Fay Taylour Story

Fay Taylour is the most successful female motorsports competitor in history,...


The Tiger of Picardy

Triumph were allowed to build their twin-cylinder line even after WW2 began, and...


The Vintagent Selects: The Monkey & Her Driver

Kendra and Betty are America’s only all women sidecar road racing team for...