Last August, Norton’s future looked dark. Reports of long delayed orders and un-returned deposits came to light, at the same time as public funding by the UK government was called into question. Now, the author of that original report, Nick … Continued
Here’s the latest bike from everyone’s favorite fine artist masquerading as a custom paint shop. Based on a 1959 Norton Dominator, Death Spray Custom applied a polka dot and ribbon paint job that isn’t exactly…common on a classic bike.
The online rumors and claims started around two years ago: all was apparently not well with Stuart Garner’s newly re-incarnated Norton…. Sections of the motorcycle media and consumer organizations were approached by unhappy customers, detailing their grievances. A UK bike … Continued
Choppers, bobbers, rat-bikes, vintage cafe racers and every kind of wild oddity in between, nobody does American custom hot-rod culture for bikes on the West Coast like the annual Born Free show in Irvine, Ca. Our man Jamie Robinson wades … Continued
Jamie Robinson and Wes take bananas to a gunfight, entering 9hp Honda CRF100F and XR100 trail bikes in The Hooligan Derby’s “Run Whatcha’ Brung” flat track race at Ventura Raceway. It’s their first time on a dirt oval.
What do you do if you’re a tiny British motorcycle company making mega-expensive parallel-twin throwbacks, struggling with funding, but still want to compete in the Isle of Man TT? Well, you call up your old friends at Piaggio, ask nicely … Continued
The converted industrial warehouse that houses Falcon Motorcycles is tucked away at the dead end of a gritty street just off the I-10 freeway in downtown Los Angeles. There are no signs, the exterior is bland and the surrounding buildings … Continued