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...
I had the pleasure of finally meeting Neale Bayly a couple weeks ago in Brooklyn through mutual friends and got to hear firsthand about his very cool new show Neale Bayly Rides (that he’s been busting his ass on for quite some time…), and now all Neale’s blood, sweat, and tears is about to finally […]
– – Here’s a quick shot of the ‘Tramp’ — the TSY collaboration with Kevin Dunworth of Loaded Gun Customs. If you were in Brooklyn Saturday night for the Iron & Air Issue Nine Release Party, then you saw it unveiled for the first time. To see more photos, read the story behind the build, […]
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– You can never have enough Norm Grabowski! From the grainy pages of Modern Cycle magazine, ca. 1965 (a follow-up piece published after covering Norm’s epic Corvair-powered “Six Pack” motorcycle), by way of Nostalgia on Wheels. Below is Norm on the Harley before the sidecar, and following along after you’ll see it fitted with the Steib sidecar […]
The Motogiro d’Italia. An iconic name in Italian motorsport. The first race, run in 1914 as the Giro Motociclistico d’Italia, pitted road motorcycles over long distances, on public roads closed for the occasion. The Mille Miglia for motorcycles it became known as Italy’s premier long distance road race. In the...