A video celebrating the launch of Ray Gordon’s photography exhibit “Throttled”. Way more than a peek under the hood, “Throttled” invites one and all to a way of life that’s as simple and fun as a fast ride, good friends and a couple of beers.
If you haven’t seen a “living picture”, you’ll want to take a look at this revolutionary new camera. It allows you and others to refocus an image after it has been taken so you never miss any of the action.
Vance & Hines are synonymous with motorcycle drag racing. They make the parts, they race the bikes, they win the races. Take a look inside their speed shop which is rarely opened to the public, and almost never to photography.
Audi just launched the world’s first interactive driving video on YouTube. The execution is so-so, but it makes you think about the possibilities. How many choose your own driving adventures are around the corner?
The 2002 model was effectively the sports sedan that put BMW on the map. Sky Lund recounts his bond with the car he’ll hopefully drive for the rest of his life.
Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme documents the American hip-hop freestyle scene from the early 1980’s through the present day, featuring a who’s who list of seminal hip-hop figures. Watch the full documentary.
I make an annual trip to Laconia Motorcycle Week and ran across a real gem this year. It’s a Police Motorcycle Museum that’s tucked away in Meredith, New Hampshire and well worth a detour.
Chris Davenport has developed a following based on his high-quality customization and restorations of vintage cars dating back to the 20s and 30s.
Tomcats Barbershop in Greenpoint, just across the East River from Manhattan, knows a thing or two about old-style American haircuts and vintage Harley-Davidsons.