Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Sabrina Nova Freedom Ridin’

sabrina-nova-yve-assad-crop

Sabrina Nova breakin’ the law, taking a little freedom ride through the Tennessee countryside on her Harley Davidson 883.

Read more »

Women’s Moto Exhibit: MotoLady

womensmotoexibit-motolady-triumph2

A smattering of unseen photographs from my shoot with Lanakila MacNaughton for the Women’s Moto Exhibit near Temecula, California.

Read more »

Salome Brimhall

Salome Brimhall photographed by her husband Aaron in Salt Lake City, UT.

Read more »

Oh don’t mind me, just climbing around on my Monster to get the right perspective for some photos. When I’m not riding, writing, and designing… I’m taking photos of cool stuff. Yeah, that includes my own bike.

Read more »

Christina Moto-Robot entering a turn on her Honda NSR50 at the Grangé Motor Circuit in Apple Valley, CA during stock novice class at M1GP in 2013. Photograph by Julian Walter.  [ more tagged racing | real women who ride ]

Read more »

The lovely Jeannette Mekdara riding a vintage Triumph motorcycle through rolling desert hills. Photograph by Peter Dawson. [ more photos of Jeannette | Triumphs ]

Read more »

A lady and her Ducati Sport Classic on the pier. Now that’s meditation. [ more tagged Ducati | source ]

Read more »

A girl and her chopper- oh so 60’s looking, but it’s actually a photograph by Mark Choiniere of Crude Behavior. [ more photos by Mark Choiniere | Crude Behavior website ] 

Read more »

Hillary Russak and her BMW touring bike photographed by Christina Shook (Hasselblad, film). Check out her book, ‘Chicks on Bikes’. 

Read more »

The Nürburgring- on the list of places I must ride.  The Nurburgring is located about 43mi/70km South of Cologne, Germany and can hold up to 150,000 spectators. The older “North Loop” of the track is just under 13 miles long, and has more than 1,000 feet of difference in it’s lowest and highest elevations.  The GP-Strecke section is 3.2 miles long with 16 turns, and the total track length is a hair over 16 miles (25.947 km) with 170 turns. Construction of the track began in September of 1925. [ more info on wiki | more… Continue Reading »

Read more »