Posts Tagged ‘classic’

Ineke’s Honda CB400 Custom ‘Blue Note Jazz’

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Ineke Hekman’s Honda CB400 custom is called the ‘Blue Note Jazz’ and hails from the Netherlands. The best part, she built it herself.

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Historic London Ladies Motorcycle Club

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The historic London Ladies Motorcycle Club pictured at Brooklands where they competed in the first ever British women’s motorcycle race.

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David Uhl’s Retro Motorcycling Woman Art

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David Uhl’s fine art often depicts women and motorcycles, from pin up poses to paintings featuring real women who ride. This post specifically features some of his vintage style paintings of women riders.

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Nick DeWolf’s Motorcycle Photography

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Nick DeWolf was an engineer and photographer who carried multiple cameras with him through most of his life. Here’s a collection of vintage motorcycle photographs from his archives.

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Dorian Pitt by Lumiere Tintype

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Dorian visited Lumiere Tintype in Texas for some old school portraits of with her Honda CB 360. They came out quite lovely!

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Mindi & Her Honda Cafe Racer

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Mindi and her black Honda cafe racer, photographed for the Women’s Moto Exhibit.

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Madhouse Motors Classy Moto Guzzi

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Head mechanic of Madhouse Motors built a gorgeous 80s Guzzi with her partner Sayre, check it out!

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Ladies of DGR: London

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Here’s a look at the lady riders of London’s Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride.

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Madhouse Motors 1975 Honda Cafe Racer

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J. Shia of Madhouse Motors recently finished a build with her business partner- take a closer look at their classy raw metal cafe racer.

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Motorcycling Pioneer Theresa Wallach

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There are quite a few extraordinary women in the history of motorcycling, but only a handful who were involved in such a wide variety of riding for as long a time as motorcycling pioneer Theresa Wallach.

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