Category: Cafe Racers

NO GUZZ, NO GLORY: Moto Guzzi V65 by JM Customs.

Summon a Moto Guzzi into your mind and you tend to think of a large motorcycle with even bigger cylinders hanging out the side and something that’s carrying a bit of weight. So while they’ve played with small bikes and mopeds in the past, they have at their heart a big bike philosophy, hell they even built a V8 engine to go Grand Prix racing. But in amongst the bruisers have been some lightweight machines that deserve our attention, even more so when the JM Customs team from Scotland have waved their magic wand over one. Their latest build is this gorgeous 1984 Moto Guzzi V65 SP scrambler that is ready to rip it up on the Irish back roads.

Keira Knightly Chanel Parfum and A Classic Ducati 750 SS

Keira Knightley will surely get a buzz going in this teaser for the new Chanel Coco Mademoiselle fragrance, but it’s the motorcycle she rides while shilling for the parfum that gets my heart racing. I know nothing of parfum, but this is how the flacks describe this particular fragrance: Sexy,...

Ragged Edge Speed and Style – The Classic Board Track Racer

I have a deep and abiding attraction to the board track racer style of motorcycle. Stripped down revelations of what a motorcycle actually ‘is’ appeal to me on so many levels. And this one is sublime. A board tracker the way it should be. A bike which harkens back to...

What The Distinguished Gentleman Will Be Riding This Year – Yamaha Triples Rule

Tim, a pal of the guys at Iron and Air, from Spirit of the Seventies¬† sure makes this suit and his XS 850 look good during The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride over the weekend. The Yamaha XS 850 was a moving machine, and Tim gives new meaning to the word “slick.”...

HST and His Ducati

That is the attitude of the New Age superbike freak, and I am one of them. On some days they are about the most fun you can have with your clothes on. The Vincent just killed you a lot faster than a superbike will. A fool couldn’t ride the Vincent...