Conjoined twins Abby and Brittany show us what teamwork really means riding a motorcycle together.
Posts Tagged ‘amazing’
Snow Problem for Chopper Plow
“Adapting to this winters snow here at the shop… Chicago Style.”
Bros On Bikes
Well done, boys. Well done. An amazing parody photo of the Babes in Borrego shot of Jenny and Nina. All in good fun! I want to personally thank JP of the Selvedge Yard for posting this because it made my week. Original photo by Lanakila MacNaughton for the Women’s Moto Exhibit (website), parody photo by Scott G. Toepfer (website).
Backflipping A 1200cc Harley… Did He Land It?
Chances of backflipping a Harley Davidson motorcycle of stock variety (and landing it for that matter) is a tall order. Back in 2008, Chuck Carothers went for it with his 1200cc Harley Davidson Sportster at the FMX Gladiator Games. Does he land it? Watch and see for yourself. [ Source: America Loves Horsepower ]
This is how Somali women take portraits with their motorcycles, I gather? So awesome. (Source thatonesomali)
Ever imagined what it would be like to be chased by a dangerous animal on a motorcycle? Well, Tim Bartlett found out while joy riding his new bike on Hwy 93 in Canada when he almost hit a lone wolf on the highway. Apparently Tim almost hit the wolf while riding in Kootenay National Park on Saturday, and returned to the scene where the wolf had appeared. At that point the animal jumped back over the concrete barrier, crossed a lane of traffic, and began the chase that lasted just over a… Continue Reading »
MacGyver wouldn’t even have tried this and Chuck Norris’ giant head alone would have sunk the dinghy. These guys are bad ass.
This is amazing. A Fiat 500 gets stuck in a tiny alleyway in Italy… the cars are honking wildly, a crowd gathers… and then the motorcyclists come. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
I’ve been one-upped. Ren sent me this amazing photo- Honda CB400F in the back of a Honda Civic hatch. Now that’s a motorcycle in a car! I had to share a similar experience early last Summer. Picked up my first Bike from Seattle, brought it back to Vancouver, BC (Through customs) one sunny afternoon. Bungee cord to keep the hatch shut and used the rear & passenger seatbelts to keep it from shifting. Drained all fluids prior & layed down cardboard/garbage bags. Three people to get it in and two out. -Ren
Alan Kempster: More Than Whole
In 1990 Alan Kempster lost his right arm and leg to a drunk driver. That couldn’t stop him from his passion and love for motorcycles.