Joy and I rode our Monsters from Ventura to Venice Beach for the Raduno Ducati motorcycle show… holy mother of… there were so many beautiful Italian machines.
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A perfect juxtaposition between the woman’s body and sensuality of Ducati motorcycles, Elizabeth Raab captures fine art pin-up photographs featuring some of Ducatis most popular and rare bikes.
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Lorenzo “Eroticolor” is a French artist who creates beautiful, classic posters under the name “Aristocratic Motorcyclist”.
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The very cool “new” motorcycle taxi cab in Baltimore in 1926, piloted by lady rider Lillian Lubinsk.
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Late April of 1959, Miami launched the lady parking police force. After just 13 days on duty they were outwriting their male colleagues’ tickets two-to-one.
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An extraordinary motolady, Vivian bought her first motorcycle at 17, crossed the country and back on her Harley less than three years later, and became the first motorcycle magazine cover girl.
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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She strips, she roars. Patti Waggin, born Patricia Hardwick, was a college student, avid motorcyclist, and burlesque dancer in the 1950s.
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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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There’s something lovable about Stella Geurtsen’s custom Suzuki motorcycle. Built by Cool Kid Customs in Amsterdam, it’s a little bit girly, and a little bit bad ass.
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