Corinna Mantlo of the Miss-Fires drawn by Takashi Urashima in Japan. [ more motorcycle illustrations | source ]
Posts Tagged ‘bad ass’
Capes caught in wheels, baby burnouts, moped stunting, and explosions. This video has it all… and more. Tigerman 2 features a stunter named, you guessed it, Tigerman… and his trusty moped that takes quite a beating. The whole video is almost one big blooper reel, and it’s perfect that way. Our moped hero’s cape breaks loose more than once, getting caught in his wheel and sprocket. I laughed so hard I cried! Take a look. more videos | stuff to make you LOL | source ▲
This might be staged, but I wouldn’t be surprised either way. Totally hilarious. “Oh my god I was sticking my feet out the window and this biker tickled my foot I’m DYING.” posted to @piggiesoink twitter.
My buddy Dave Zemla and his two kids, “Bunch of years ago, Hodge Road off the 15. It’s good to be a dad.” His daughter Paige, on the right, now has her own motorcycle project… she’s restoring a Honda CT90 postie bike with the help of her rad Dad. She’s only 15! [ more motorcycle family stuff ]
Christina Moto-Robot being totally kick ass on a little Honda 50 minibike. Get down on one knee and pray! Photo by Kelly Byrne. Looks so much like the one I high sided myself into the bars on… haha. [ more photos of Christina | more minibikes ]
Mike Werner’s awesome motolady illustration, “growing up with Road Rash, Asuka developed a healthy appetite for fast bikes and ultraviolence. Preferably together.” Love the Öhlins sticker, not to mention the ‘eat shit and die’ addition up front. Seems that talent runs in the family, his brother Doug aka MuchoMoto does awesome art too. [ more tagged art ]
This woman, Sash Walker (link) of ‘Road Pickle Motorcycle Bohemia’, is fearless. Through snow, ice, and dropping her bike… all to get from San Diego, California to Denver, Colorado for the Steel Horse Sisterhood Summit. Damn straight she made it… determination is key! “Even though my VStar 650 was lying on its side in the snow and ice of Wolf Creek Pass in Southern Colorado, I never once thought about turning around and going home.” [ more motorcycles in hardcore weather | source & story ]