Yes we all love our bikes, there’s no disputing the fact. But there’s more to being a biker than just a machine.
I bought my first bike when I was in my late teens but the dream of a fully kitted up me was still distant.
The last thing I wanted was some Chinese gear to go with my proud Japanese bike.
So here is the best of the lot for all us bikers who don’t want an Alpinestars or … Read more
According to the motorcycling historian Erwin Tragastch; this motorcycle—“Probably the most unorthodox motorcycle ever made on a commercial basis”
Derived loosely from the names of its designers Meixner, Gockerell, and Landgraf…hence called Megola.
A piece of art; this German motorcycle was produced between 1921 and 1925 in Munich. Perhaps the designers got its idea from the Chinese dragon; curvy and sleek.
Looks: The frame was made of welded and riveted sheet metal. The motorcycle more of a Vespa at the … Read more
Hearkening to the ‘hardtail’ choppers of the 60’s and 70’s, the Fat Boy Lo model keeps that heritage alive more than forty years later.
And this special edition shows a darker side of the original ‘fat custom’ bike – laid back and blacked out with an unmistakable profile on the road. But the nostalgic style isn’t just about the confident stance, paint and old school details. It’s how you look riding it. It’s how it feels. You’re not just cruising. … Read more
Once upon a time there were oceans, mountains, flora, fauna, humans and finally Royal Enfield.
One of the few things which have stood the test of time to the extent that cockroaches wonder who will go extinct first. Royal Enfield (RE) lately have been working their way up the old motorbikes which they used to make.
The new world : RE has certainly carved a niche for themselves in a market full of Rat and Superbikes. They command a presence … Read more