Myco Tsutsui from EvoSpo with her pink and purple 1980 Harley Shovelhead. Myco is Itsuki’s wife, founder of the Suck My Shovel EvoSpo blog. Can’t help but love their interesting bikes, some are pretty wild. She’s got a purple jewel style suicide shifter that sits behind her leg… nuts! [ more motorcycle smiles | more tagged Japan ]
Posts Tagged ‘culture’
It can’t be denied that Harley Davidson certainly has some interesting history and took a huge part in the development of American motorcycling culture. These are vintage photos from the Harley Davidson archives- early assembly line and factory.
MOTORCYCLISTS HAVE CHANGED.I Motociclisti sono cambiati; Biker haben sich verändert; Les Motards ont changé; Los Motores han cambiado! The motto for this years EICMA International Motorcycle Show is pretty simple, it seems. But what does it really mean? Are the Italians behind EICMA saying that motorcycling is no longer dominated by men, or are they saying something entirely different? It seems the meaning is not as easily inferred as we would like. From their press release on Februrary 18th, “The basic consideration, which prompted the claim, stemmed from the observation of current society and… Continue Reading »
Glad, Glad, and Lizzy… original motoladies! This 1920 photograph comes from the fantastic Museum Victoria collection, it depicts Glad Linaker, Lizzy Chinnery and Glad White sitting atop their v-twin motorcycles. (Silodrome)
Some of my favorite photos from VME’s Isle of Vashon 2012. After I left work at 6p on Saturday the 8th of September, Justin and I got ready to go and met up with my friend Robin who let me borrow his Go Pro. We got lost in Vancouver and managed to get on the freeway around 9p, rolling into Port Orchard just after midnight. Arrived at our friend Noel’s house, headed out to a bar for some grub… then went and passed out all to wake up bright and early (7a)… Continue Reading »