By now you will probably be well aware of Drive Tribe. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have partnered with some of the leading figures in tech and media to create Drive Tribe.
Motorcycle-Diaries is all about amazing roads, endless landscapes, hidden places and the passionate people that you meet along these roads.
Husqvarna has always had that elusive cool factor. Bikes sporting the classic “gun sight” logo have traditionally been fast and good-looking—just like famous owner Steve McQueen, whose weapon of choice in the 1970s was a Husky 400.
Developed by art collective called CÚMUL for the street art festival Ús Barcelona,‘Pneumatic’ goes beyond the formal limits of the architecture and plays with the intuition of what’s behind the wall.
The 701 Enduro reaches the next level of versatility. Bred from decades of enduro world championship-winning pedigree and mixed with over a century of motorcycle expertise, the 701 Enduro combines high performance with typical Swedish functionality in a stylish and modern design.
Petrolified is an online shop by car enthusiast, artist and designer Martin Miskolci. A tribute to iconic cars presented in minimal poster series as this beautiful Porsche 911 in monochrome.
From the early days of the soft shell helmets to today's hard shell designs, the racing helmet has evolved to keep pace throughout history. 25% of racing accidents end in hospitalization - more than any other sport.
Last weekend saw the second Malle Mile, organised by the guys at Malle London. Possibly one the best bike events I've ever done.
Six day report on The North Coast 500, pitched as Scotland’s answer to Route 66. The iconic touring route covers the stunning coastal edges of the Highlands.
When I heard that there was going to be a motorcycle exhibition in my home town of Hastings in the Old Observer building I was really excited.
The history of the Cortina Lotus began in 1961. Colin Chapman had been wishing to build his own engines for Lotus, mainly because the Coventry Climax unit was so expensive.
Self-taught by simple curiosity, Woody Gooch is becoming widely known for framing his focal subject with the natural world around it—adding a visual depth you won’t find in run-of-the-mill photography today.
The event consists of a timed climb of the metalled road known as Bo-Peep Hill, situated near the village of Selmeston, on a turning off the A27.
From Margate to Blackpool, Owen Harvey has travelled the country documenting the world of modern-day Mods and Skinheads.
It seems that we have been dreaming of flying cars for decades. From as far back as the 1950's, our imagination keeps revisiting the fantasy of automobiles joyously soaring in flight, completely liberated from roads and traffic.
In this short film, Stan Dibben, a winner of the World Sidecar Championship in 1953, recounts the thrills and perils of his profession.
Look what's just arrived at Legends Motorcycles in Lille. A beautiful 1938 BMW R66.
Kevin Faingnaert is a Belgian portrait and social documentary photographer, focusing on communities and sub-cultures.
The Lambretta 125 F was launched with the same formula of the low selling price as the model E, but with some substantial improvements.
A few nice studio based shots of Lambrettas.
I've seen a few custom Nine T's, however, this one has to be the best. Reworked by the guys at Clutch Motorcycles, known for their well-proportioned bikes with excellent lines.
Beautifully designed by Hatched the Machinate photographic look books celebrates the collaboration of four different, traditional, craft lead businesses to produce beautiful, tangible, real products for the creative industry and beyond.
No matter how much you might consider yourself nomadic, how much you might love the freedom of travelling; ultimately we need a place to call our own.
I've been a huge fan of Matthias Heiderich's work for some time now. A self taught photographer from Berlin.
Everything about them is cool. The baby blue Porsche 917, the Chevy Camaro, the blue-, red- and yellow-striped overalls, the boys in low-buttoned shirts, sporting moustaches and a full head of hair, with the sunshine in their faces.
As winter descends upon us all, ABRs across the country are starting to accept the fact that there may be several months of limited riding ahead.
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Dominic Hinde is a professional photographer and film maker working across the UK and Europe, his passion for photography started at a relatively early age.
VUHL 05, a new Mexican supercar, is the brainchild of two brothers with a family legacy in racing.
Amazing work by photographer Lucile Pillet of this years Alpine Classic Run.
562 miles on a 1966 Lambretta is always going to be a challenge.
Red Bull athlete Chris Birch cuts loose on his KTM1190 Adventure R in the stunning South Island of New Zealand. Drone footage shot with a dji Inspire 1.
Motorcycle Trees by Chinese artist Shi Jinsong, kinetic sculptures,organic machines.
Steven Verschilde is a photographer who loves the classic/custom car and bike scene.
I've been meaning to go to Dirt Quake for some time now, so when Ian Solley asked me if I fancied going, I was in.
Known as the friendly track, Lydden Hill International Racing Circuit was founded in 1955 by the late Bill Chesson and the Astra club.
Matthew Woodson was born in the woods sometime in the early 80s.
There’s a lot of hate on the roads these days. Cyclists hate lorries. Cars hate cyclists. Motorbikes hate scooters. Scooters hate cyclists.
Frederik Vercruysse is an Antwerp based photographer (Belgium). He describes his work as still life photography in the broad sense of the word.
Saturday 4th July saw the first of hopefully many 'Mile' events. The event was focused around a 1/8 mile drag race in the British countryside featuring custom and classic machines, music and food.
Ohio based freelance illustrator and designer Joshua Minnich.
Lee started shooting and was involved with independent titles 'Big Daddy' and 'Grand Slam' magazines, capturing a wealth of UK and US urban/funk/soul artists, eventually culminating in a tour shooting Public Enemy.
The Berlin Photographer Transforms Concealed Motorbikes Into Surreal Urban Sculpture.
Jonathan Da Costa Paris-based Designer & Art Director
Chris Haddon is a professional multi-disciplinary designer, photographer and author of the 'My Cool...' book series.
I love this work by German photographer Menno Aden. He shot a series of interiors from above, including supermarket basement garage's. The results are simply stunning.
Merry Michau is a Brighton based commercial and lifestyle photographer with a keen eye for motorcycle's which she photographs in colour and black and white.
California-based photographer Emily Maye's photography is truly outstanding. She photographs for Rapha, Trek and Specialized to name but a few.
Ian and I met a few years ago. Ian a keen photographer and the last few years has been shooting film on his Leica.
Bank Holiday weekend saw the Motorsport at the Palace gathering. I rode up to meet Max & Ron Moss.
I'm a huge fan of illustration. My Dad loved drawing & I clearly remember as a kid I would sit on the arm of his chair and watch him draw.
Laurent Nivalle is the artisitic director at the French car company Citroën and has been for 10 years now.
Ian Coyle is a creative director, designer, and interaction developer living in Portland, Oregon.
Josh Finklea a Brooklyn-based graphic designer and typographer. I particularly like this identity system he put together...
South Australian based sign writer Bohie Palecek finds her creative strength in craftsmanship, quality and adventure...
Land are an Austin-based design studio owned by Caleb Owen Everitt and Ryan Rhodes.
Tim Scott of Fluid Images has a longstanding love affair with both photography and motoring and the result is a stunning collection...
Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, Phelps has built an impressive career despite having no formal art training, lending his talents to Italian Vogue, French Marie Claire...
Lorenzo, a Paris based artist and poster-maker creates motorcycle-themed prints under the name ‘The Aristocratic Motorcyclist’. Lorenzo has produced a one off artwork for this issue. His work combines...
A selection of posters for the BOLT Motorcycles, launch of Sideburn Magazine issue 20 and to mark the start of the 2015 Dirt Track Racing Association series.
Paul Hart specialises in taking quality, well composed, creative shots on 35mm film using his classic Olympus 0M10 camera.
A series of 35mm shots I took whilst on various road trips throughout Europe.
In 1973 Shore took a month-long road trip across America and recorded every detail. He documented his food, hotels, transport and even listed how many photographs he took.
Saul Leiter (December 3, 1923 – November 26, 2013) was an American photographer and painter whose early work in the 1940s and 1950s...
Steven Burke is a independent graphic designer with a lucky left hand. Based in the great South West of France, he loves letters, painting, wood, steel, cheap processes and low / DIY culture.
Better known for his pop art, 'Five Tyres Remoulded' is one of the strangest enterprises of Hamilton's career, though at a certain level not at all unusual...
David Marvier is a photographer who honed his skills whilst working in Parisian based studios shooting fashion photography...
Nicolai Sclater aka Ornamental Conifer an international artist and sign painter by trade, takes his art further than the customary two-dimensional canvases.
The first bike jumble was held at Kempton in 1986 after it moved from Ascot racecourse. Its origins can be traced back...
I’ve wanted to go to this event, organised by Southsiders MC, from the first time I heard about it in 2012.