Sebastiaan de With decided to take his motorcycle as far as he could and the photos are breathtaking.
Is there a better way to celebrate over two decades of adventure?
Urban Outfitters has been reselling Harley-Davidson-branded merchandise under its Urban Renewal label. The motorcycle company says the items, made without its permission, represent “flagrant violations” of “standards for products branded with the Harley-Davidson marks.” Update: Urban’s lawyer responds.
Girls rule, boys sit in the sidecar. Go on with your bad selves.
The incident began when the driver of the SUV allegedly hit one of the bikers on a New York City highway and tried to drive away.
Ditch the air freshener for fresh air.
What’s the proper Victorian term for badass? Please secure all top hats and monocles before gunning it.
So much balance, so much grace. I wish I could ride like these guys.
Spotted yesterday on 5th Avenue, NYC.
The Lobster Motorcycle was created by Taiwanese food carving artist Huang Mingbo. Fill it up with melted butter and hit the road. Always wear a bib. Click here to see more. (via dailypicksandflicks.com) View Image ›
Talk about upping the ante for creativity. Using a natural combination of his artistic talent and passion for bikes, Jose Geraldo Reis Pfau creates amazing motorcycle miniatures using only parts from old wristwatches. This is art. View List ›
Just in case looking at your bank statement doesn’t make you cry, this TV ad for Taiwan’s TC Bank definitively will. Watch Video ›
And you thought your fancy Zippo tricks were impressive. View List ›
Just another day in the life of the world’s awesomest dude and his canine companion. View Image ›
It’s like the Segway of motorcycles. Impress your friends with this goofy-ass “self-balancing electric scooter” (i.e., motorized unicycle) by Ryno Motors. Watch Video ›
Motorbike meets unicycle meets Segway. There are actually two wheels right next to each other here, but that’s not what the ladies are going to notice, right? Looks incredibly dangerous, but at the same time also unbelievably uncomfortable. Read More ›
The superbike of choice for thrill-seekers and OT-VII’s everywhere. Yes, it’s a $72,000 motorcycle made of titanium and capable of reaching speeds up to 200 m.p.h. But owning one puts you instantly in Tom Cruise’s vicinity - only 1,500 were made, and he got the first one - which means he might put his ethics on you. Read More ›