A tribute to classic motorcycles and the people who love them. A group of classic motorcycle racing enthusiasts known as Squadra Sutge take their machines out on the Circuit of Jarama in Madrid, Spain.
The surfing season on the North Shore of O’ahu has drawn to a close and locals are finding other ways to spend their time, including the Banzai Pipeline Skate Park, directly across the street from the famous surf break.
We caught one of the last big swells of the Winter surfing season on the North Shore of O’ahu and spent the day photographing the famous Banzai Pipeline. The reef break produces incredible, hollow waves, but can prove deadly to even the most skilled surfers.
The 2012 NY International Auto Show opened to the press this morning and we got past the guards to give you a sneak peek of the 25 cars you won’t want to miss. Some new, some old, but all remarkable.
San Francisco’s Clarion Alley is home to a constantly revolving set of street art that has to be seen to be believed. So much variety, so much style, so much color – all packed in a narrow, block-long alley.
Solvang is only a few hours north of Los Angeles, but reminds me of Napa. It’s outrageously gorgeous and also home to one of the most spectacular collections of motorcycles I’ve ever stumbled across.
Rattle-can black. Straight high-gloss. Shimmering metal flake. Hand pin-striping. Whichever way you lean, the right paint can change the world.
It’s the little things that make motorcycles different, make them your own. The 2012 NY Motorcycle Show had its share of intriguing parts – some classic, some radical and some downright insane.
Love it or hate it, the motorcycle Paul Jr. Designs built to win the 2011 Discovery Bike Build-Off turned plenty of heads at the 2012 NY Motorcycle show this morning.