Posts Tagged ‘french’

Five Ladies Ride the Himalaya Mountains


“L’équipée”, which somewhat literally translates to “The Journey”, is a group of motorcycling women from Paris who embarked on a ride through the Himalaya Mountains on Royal Enfields.

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‘The Dark Side’ MV Agusta Illustration


In this illustration called ‘The Dark Side’ by Lorenzo Eroticolor, a sultry lady takes in the Italian beauty of an MV Agusta.

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L’équipée Ride the Himalayas


L’équipée, five Parisian motoladies, ride the Himalayas… and it was a bit more than they expected. Watch the first episode of their epic adventure within.

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Aristocratic Motorcyclist Artwork


Lorenzo “Eroticolor” is a French artist who creates beautiful, classic posters under the name “Aristocratic Motorcyclist”.

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Laura Antoine And The Triton


Who’s that beautiful girl on the immaculate Triton? Why, it’s Laura Antoine from France. Check out the gallery!

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L’équipée: Parisian MotoLadies


“L’équipée, des filles de Paris”, which somewhat literally translates to “The Journey, Girls From Paris”, is a short video highlighting the feminine wiles of motorcycling women living in France who are about to go on a Himalayan motorcycle adventure on Royal Enfields.

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French singer and actress Françoise Hardy in a 3/4 helmet. Hardy has become a music and fashion icon, and was often seen on a motorcycle. [ source: Silodrome facebook ]

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A shot from French motolady Nolwen Doudoune with her boyfriend- sexy times motorcycle style. Rough translation: “The soul of a biker is for life.” Practice safe sex, haha!

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A motolady self portrait submission through facebook, Audrey Biikeuse from France in her Rossi AGV! [ more helmet self portraits ]

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Two Wheel Themed Art by BMD Design

You’ve probably seen work by BMD somewhere online already and it didn’t even register- he’s done work for Nike, Quicksilver, Fuel Motorcycles and more. BMD stands for “Bella Matribus Detestas” which is Latin and translates to “War, the horror of mothers.” His art is refined yet rough, simple but robust… managing to capture the message and mood of an event or product within a graphic.  His work adorns helmets, wooden planks, doors, walls, and so much more.  “Punish your machine” is one of my personal favorites, it’s classic, elegant, and also violent.  Sketches… Continue Reading »

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