This beautifully shot short film alludes to a phrase by Robert M Pirsig, the author of Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance: "If the machine produces tranquility it's right. If it disturbs you it's wrong until either the machine or your mind
Clearly this lot have way too much time on their hands but the amount of comic script opportunities around three wheels, scooters and reverse gears (and bicycle pumps) are clearly too prolific to ignore.Nice YouTube action, scooteristi. The vehicle in question is now for sale on ...
Got sent this gem of a promo film by a Visordown member the other day.I think they make a really strong argument about motorcycles not being any more dangerous than the individual operator. To illustrate this point, the clip of the revolver hand gun
Love this old cine film of how Avon used to conduct their R+D around their Melksham HQ. Flat-out on a Vincent with only hair oil and utter faith as protection.Wonder how many test riders Avon used to get through?
This early ciné film footage of the Peel three-wheeler, shot in what looks like Peel in the Isle of Man, is so good it’s a wonder the car never really took off. Possibly.I love the way, having being waved away by what look like nuns, the driver
Spotted the link to this short film on a Dutch blog. It's beautifully shot/directed and captures GP rider Mike Duff's recovery from a horrific hip and pelvis injury suffered at the Japanese GP which cost him a six month stay in hospital. Watching
best translated using the old medium of 35mm film. Digital stuff? No. Not the same. It’s too open to the corruption of post-shot Adobe manipulation. The real skill lies in sensing the moment, being in the right place at precisely the right time
bike.'Notice Nigel's surgical right shoe. He's had some toe damage sorted out, apparently.We're here to capture on film his drive from London to Brighton in an almost priceless 1902 Mercedes.Take that black cab man!This mad contraption is an 1898 Leon
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