How do you achieve enlightenment? It starts with first gear.
WEARING a pristine wedding dress in a motorbike sidecar on a blustery Saturday might sound like a bad idea but, for Hayley Rowland, it was a dream come true.
Hayley and new husband Phil love vintage motorcycles, so they decided to incorporate them into their wedding. READ ON
This week's coverstory deals with the somewhat funny matter of motorcycle myths we bikers confront on an almost daily basis; while some are truly amusing, others are simply the result of prejudice and can sometimes trigger unwanted results.
Like with anything just a tad less ordinary than what a casual guy would meet on a casual day, the motorcycling world has long time been associated with several ideas that have more or less support in real life. Some of these myths have their origin in the non-motorcycle world; others are sadly believed by some bikers, mostly inexperienced ones or guys who tend to trust appealing stories they hear here and there, but skipping the preliminary judgment stage. READ ON
It was in the year of 1927, in the summer time and about halfway through the afternoon. The happiest lad in Eldora, Iowa, was riding down the highway, still smiling over his good fortune in having the day before secured his first motorcycle.