Going down at Dakar
I don't know what particular stage this was during the recent Dakar Rally, but I bet it wasn't a popular one for some of these riders.
Bike and rider flip out
As expected there's some salty language in this video, following a wheelie gone wrong. What makes this clip interesting though is that I'm pretty sure John Hopkins is the man behind the camera. Plus the front brake check at the end is comedy gold.
Photo exhibition and pop-up shop
SAM Christmas has been a professional photographer for the last 3 years and is the man behind Natural Habitats, a collection of photos covering the growing UK custom scene, showing bikes and their builders at home.
Sam's clients include the likes of Honda, Dainese, Google, Polo Jeans and Edwin denim but ... Continue reading
How hard can it be?
None of these end very well but to be fair, at least a few bikes actually make it on to the back of a truck.
This certainly gives another meaning to 'dropping the kids off'.
A good choice for the apocalypse?
Tim Raslton is a survival gear expert who presents an American reality television series called Doomsday Preppers on Nat Geo. In this video (complete with air guitar soundtrack) Tim gets his feet wet testing a small two-wheel drive motorcycle.
There's not many technical details given but it certainly looks like a fun ... Continue reading
New York shows how it's done
Q. What gets bigger the more you take away from it?A. A holeExcuse the lame joke, but potholes are definitely one of those things you need to keep an eye out for on the road. There are some dangerous ones near me in South London but after riding ... Continue reading
Be heard, be seen
If you find your Harley-Davidson a bit on the quiet side, there is an alternative to aftermarket pipes. Whilst not an official add-on, these speakers will ensure you'll be heard whilst out on the road. And what could be better than the wind in your face, and Van Halen in your ... Continue reading
Tricks on tour
Making Jackass look tame in comparison, this popular 'street bike crew' perform stunts at stadiums and events. But by the looks of this promo video, their antics on the road also get a lot of attention from local cops (and panel beaters). Slightly salty language.
Never overcook a corner again with the latest kit from America
SAN FRANCISCO based firm Lit Motors think they have the answer to bike safety.
In the form of a self-righting gyroscopic bike that, according to the creators, would require a 'baby elephant' to knock it over (we're not sure if a baby elephant is anything like as powerful as say...a two ton ... Continue reading
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