This electric concept bike takes the styling of an Ossa Grand Prix ridden in late 1960s by Santiago Herrero and brings it into the 21st century.From Barcelona design studio ART-TIC the Monocasco takes its styling cues from Ossa's monocoque racing bike that was introduced at the e...
For one very short spell in history during the 1960s, that gay dandy of head-dress - the beret - was actually cool.Before then it had been the national headgear of the French (bad) and after in the 1970s it was to be mocked by the likes of Frank Spencer, but you would not have sc...
YOU'RE looking at Husqvarna's latest concept, the MOAB Scrambler.Everyone's going for a slice of the recently re-invented Scrambler market. You just can't keep that '60s style down, you know? This latest effort is styled on Steve McQueen's H400
BIKES (and cars) made before 1960 will be exempt from the MoT test after 18th November this year after a change in the law.Since such old vehicles make up only a tiny percentage of vehicles on the road (0.6 percent), and account for an even smaller percentage of accidents (0.03 p...
NIKE has moved into the MX clothing game with the recently unveiling of the 6.0 boot, worn by racing legend James Bubba Stewart.With a slight retro look, the 6.0s like they've been designed and built with all the latest MX boot technology.The boots were developed by Nike 6.0 ride...
Guzzi's new V7 Café Classic FIRST PICS just in of the new Moto Guzzi V7 Café Classic.Details are sketchy but it's clear to see the bike's based around the company's V7 Classic roadster, with a touch of 60's cafe racer styling, in the shape
We've been laughing a lot in the office today. Mainly at this clip shot in the '60s at the Nurburgring. Check out all the cars and bikes losing it on what we reckon is a patch of oil. There are some heoric saves from bikers, while the cars roll all
In the late 60s motorcycles nearly made it to the moon, as NASA experimented with this prototype as a possible vehicle for lunar exploration.The above photograph was shot on August 1969 aboard a KC-135, endearingly known as the Vomit Comet
-cylinder motorcycle to be manufactured have been given the go ahead. The newly-developed motorcycles will evoke the mood of the 50s and 60s but use state-of-the-art technology. A new manufacturing plant will be built in a local industrial park, where initially 15
of the iconic 60's rock group, chose the Bandit for his daily commute into London and now shares the bike with his wife, Annette, who uses it for commuting and weekend rides, too.Talking about the Bandit, Nick commented, "I've had many bikes over the years
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