Spend the day getting to know Dimitri Coste who is actually a pretty hard person to nail down – truly a master jack of all trades – photographer, filmmaker, motorcycle and BMX rider and largest known collector of Vans to name a few… His skills on the 1964 Triumph Tiger Cub and behind the camera speak for themselves.
Icon rider Julien Welsch takes his Triumph Speed Triple where it’s never gone before, or at least probably shouldn’t, dirt tracking and even stunting on trails through the woods.
Ernie “EDUB” Vigil decided to showcase the Triumph Scrambler’s up-for-anything versatility after getting to love it on the Iron Butt Association Challenge. As he put it, “from track to dirt to date.”
In 1948, LIFE magazine covered the Daytona 200 at Daytona Beach and reported in its April issue, that “for four days last month the resort city of Daytona Beach could hardly have been noisier or in more danger if it had been under bombardment.” Here are some rarely seen photos of a weekend that thrilled racing fans.
Peter Egan provides historical perspective on the Jack Pine custom Triumph and what it means to build a desert sled.
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.
Ara Vartanian is a Brazilian jewelry maker who has an impressive collection of classic and custom bikes. This short film takes a candid peak into his garage along with glimpses of him practicing his craft.
We rolled into the 2012 Progressive NY International Motorcycle Show before opening to the public and scoped out what the show had to offer this year. Here’s our breakdown of the Top 10 bikes.
Who takes it in the battle of going sideways, two tricked out Triumph Speed Triples jockeyed by expert riders from the Icon team or the 550 horsepower Mustang Cobra hot on their heels?
You’ll never know what it was like to walk in Steve McQueen’s shoes, but you can feel what it was like to drive his prized motorcycles. Two beauties come to the auction block this weekend.
Pikes Peak, with a summit of 14,110 feet and over 150 corners in twelve and half miles, it is one of the most visited mountains in the world, second only to Japan’s Mount Fuji. It also is home to one of the most difficult hill climbs in America. Watch as a new world record is set by the Latus team and their 2011 Triumph Speed Triple.