The FJ45LV may be one of the rarest Toyota Land Cruisers ever made, with only 5,000 units made in total and just 1,000 left-hand drive units imported into the U.S. This particular model was originally […]
London bicycle brand Freddie Grubb (affectionately named after the British cyclist Frederick H. Grubb) just released what might be the most stunning road bike money can buy. Limited edition, the ride celebrates the Olympic Games […]
In 2016 Triumph Motorcycles is once again encouraging riders to don a dapper ensemble and take to the streets astride a classic motorcycle as it shows its support for The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride as global […]
The fourth instalment of The Impractical Choice boasts a motoring beauty with almost supernatural powers and magical properties. The Citroën DS is quite simply one of France’s greatest production automobiles. Whilst the 2CV is more […]
At first glance, The Race of Gentlemen, an annual drag race on the Jersey Shore, might appear to be all about badass cars and motorcycles brapping up and down the beach, but truly it’s a […]
Lucca is an ancient walled city in Tuscany that has all the charms of Florence, but it is smaller, even more navigable by foot, and isn’t as overrun by tourists. On this day in early […]
When the hot rod movement revved up in the early ’50s, speed went retail. The speed shop emerged as a place where handy, savvy builders could buy high-performance cams, pistons, flywheels, heads, manifolds, and ignition […]
Brittney Olsen, 27, a mom and a vintage motorcycle racer from Aberdeen, S.D., on her 1938 Indian Sport Scout, as told to A.J. Baime. When I was three, my dad showed me the movie Heart […]
In the heart of the France’s Champagne-Ardenne region, a new sport was born in 1926 with the creation of the second Grand Prix de la Marne in Reims-Gueux. The 7.816 km road course was built […]
To say that Bullitt had a car chase scene is like saying Steve McQueen was a good actor. Both are arguably gross understatements. The history-making car chase from Bullitt is still considered the gold standard […]
What’s the scene? The scene is that magical segment found in 2.5-star movies that makes — or almost makes — sitting through the entire film worthwhile. Not every forgettable film has one.
Fresh off his Oscar win, Eddie Redmayne is keeping busy filming The Danish Girl, a true story. He plays Lili Elbe, the first transgender woman to successfully undergo sexual reassignment surgery in the early 1900s, and he looks beautiful in this first picture. The movie is directed by Tom Hooper (with whom Redmayne worked on Les Misérables) and costars Amber Heard. It’s not due out until 2016, but now I can’t wait to see more!
A young Patti Waggin presenting 1950 AMA Grand National Champion, Larry Headrick, with a trophy. His career prematurely ended in 1950 when he was hit by a car while riding his motorcycle on the street. […]
Dominic Hinde shooted this video in London this year used mainly for timekeeping, are electronic watches with quartz movement
The mechanical properties of wood are its fitness and ability to resist applied or external forces By external force is meant any force outside of a given piece of material.