Sunday, January 31, 2010

Where the miles are marked in the blood and gold

Busted out this afternoon for a Sunday lap through the Royal National Park, affectionately referred to as the Nasho. As usual, there was a bevvy of bikes at Stanwell Tops, mostly boy (and a couple of girl) racers, but also a gorgeous Honda 750 4 and a BMW HP2 Megamoto. Such a great ride, and just good to put the Ghostess through her paces...

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

And I don't own the clothes I'm wearing

Andrew Murphy is a very talented artist and skater hailing from Melbourne and he just completed a helmet for Loser Machine, entitled Bird Brain. Check out Andrew's BLOG and the work by Loser Machine HERE!

Looking through a broken diamond, to make the past what it should be

Quite simply, one of the best looking Beemers I have ever seen, and it's not even finished. Can't wait for the final product! From the very talented BCM.

Monday, January 25, 2010

It's funny how everybody mentions my name but they're never very nice

Moto Ciclio in St Peters is one of the last bastions of classic shops in Sydney, Australia's main distributor of Royal Enfield, and a specialist in classic Italian marques. Get in there and see John for all your classic needs, Lewis Leathers, Davida helmets, Halcyon Goggles and much more.

Sing with me now, what's a boy to do

Self Edge have just released their Jungle Clth trou, constructed to the same exacting specs the US Navy required from the '30s through to the '50s, based on  the weatherproof and sturdiness of the fabric. Similar to RM William's moleskin trousers, give me a pair recommended For Fast Wheels and Hard Wear any day. Via Inventory Magazine.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

The future can't hold what your money can't buy

Magnificent image of a Smoke Grey R90S, being ridden at breakneck speeds across the salt flats by a gorgeous semi-naked blonde. Thanks Murdercycles!

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Blazing saddles

Just got back from a 2,500k road trip over 6 days with my good mate Chris from BIKEexif. Sydney, Bodalla, Jindabyne, Tumut, Omeo, Bodalla, Sydney to clear. I have to say the Great Alpine Road is my favourite ride yet. So long, so twisty, such great views and great tarmac.