AMERICAN CLOTHING brand Icon don't just do clothes. They do bikes as well. Sort of.This is their latest creation, dubbed Death or Glory. Here's what Icon have to say about it. It's quite funny:For some people life is best lived when the choices
laughing for 65 years. That's a pretty good effort Mr Formby - you are a true biking icon.Comedy straw bowler hats off to the man.
was that in 1997, finally, one of the great American icons of motorcycling - Harley-Davidson - was allowed to set up shop in Havana. Maybe Che would have approved, after all, bikers everywhere know that there's no substitute for Cubas.Motorcycle Diaries: A Journey
The 888 appeared out of necessity from under a leaky roof in Borgo Panigale, home of the Ducati factory. It was 1986. Ducati, then owned by the Castiglioni brothers, were skint but under the brilliant guidance of engineer Massimo Bordi they hatched a bike to speed them to racing ...
If you don't remember Kickstart and Junior Kickstart (shame on you, what the bloody hell were you doing between 1979 and 1991?) it involved young, fearless pint-sized trials riders tackling ever-more improbable obstacles to the point where, by the final series, it was next to imp...
importing in great numbers to the UK were suddenly being replaced with iconic bikes such as the CB750.The Commando was designed as a direct replacement to the ageing Atlas 750, even using the same 750cc vertical twin engine (which could be traced back still
. And for inspiring all those '80s youngsters to have a crack at the 500 Grand Prix title on bikes they found in sheds. We salute you Mr Essex. You are a biking icon.This feature was first published in the February 2002 issue of TWO
In his rollercoaster career, Lewis Collins went from being the coolest action hero of the late '70s through to Bovril ad boy in the early '80s to Widow Twanky in panto in the '90s.We'll forget his later indiscretions - he had to earn a living, after all - but to young lads in the...
Images don't come much more iconic than this. Ingredients: a helmet-less Clint Eastwood, export-spec Norton P11 and Big Ben. That's it - we don't need any more words because this picture is already worth a thousand of 'em
For a few unforgettable years, Kawasaki dominated the 250cc two-stroke and 400cc four-stroke classes in Britain with one small stinkwheel - the mad, bad KR-1 250.The origins of this great motorcycle can be traced back to the late 1970s, when Kawasaki's tandem twin (one cylinder d...
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