Harley-Davidson Australia has teamed up with Australia’s edgiest artists to create a unique collection of customised Vintage Bar & Shield helmets. Watch as the artists take us through their inspiration ahead of the ‘For the Love of Lids’ exhibition, which was held at Mary’s Newtown, Sydney from 20-30 November 2013.
Scoller & Co. were recently commissioned to make a short film that documented the lifestyle of custom motorbike company Ellaspede. They spent four days filming in different areas of South East Queensland, Australia. Seems like they had an awesome time and here’s the end result. Enjoy!
As motorcycle enthusiasts, we all know there is something about two wheels that creates passion. As they say, it’s not about the destination, but the journey, and, I’m sure a lot of you feel the same. Now there is a video series titled “Stories of Bike” being produced in Sydney attempting to capture this passion on film. Made by OZ film maker Cam Elkins, the series is also reaching out to riders in Sydney to share their own experiences. Grab a cuppa and enjoy the set of five videos. Continue reading →
A digital short showcasing Chris Hollis enjoying some downtime and a free-ride through the outskirts of his hometown, Port Macquarie NSW Australia. At 29, Hollis has established himself as one of Australia’s most prominent Off-Road motorcycle racers. His unique blend of smooth-lines and calculated-speed make him a favourite to watch, both in and out of the competitive arena.
Film & Edited by Shane Fletcher
The two-times MotoGP World Champion will be back on a prototype, testing for the Japanese factory.
“It’s been almost seven months now since Valencia and I’m still happy and comfortable with the decision I made to stop racing,” said Stoner in a press release sent out by HRC.
“Sometimes I miss riding my RCV, so I am happy that HRC asked me to do some tests in Motegi this year. This will allow me to enjoy what I miss: riding a MotoGP bike!
Stoner left the MotoGP at the age of just 27, having collected two titles and 38 premier class wins. This year he’s been driving in the Dunlop V8 Supercar Series.
The sheer number of talented and the passionate people around the world never stop to amaze us. Take a look at the “Stories of Bike”, wonderfully shot and produced short films about motorcycles, their owners and life in general. They steer emotions and easily take you to that place where you keep your love for bikes. Must watch. Continue reading →
Well this was a pretty straight forward build…for someone who knows what he’s doing. And the Shed X guys from Sydney seem to know just that. Take one perfectly normal Ducati 1098S and make it more beautiful and more fun. Easy, right. Well, for them it is. All they needed to do is to re-design a new subframe and tail section to get the lines flowing perfectly. Then to re-arrange some of the electrics to achieve the clean look and use different style tires – for street use. Continue reading →
Haven’t heard about Iron and Resin yet? As the makers put it – “Born in a small, Southern California, blue-collar beach town, graced with world class point breaks and seaside racetracks, where ghosts of a once towering oil industry still linger in the shadows. Iron & resin is the brainchild of several friends who, after decades of collective experience building successful clothing brands, decided to turn back the clock and start anew. The result is a small, hand built collection of goods that draws heavily upon the founder’s own lifestyles and experiences.” Continue reading →
Having travelled from the other side of the world, only to land in a new country, mostly alone, Brad found that his life in Sydney, Australia only really begun when he rediscovered his love of motorcycles on the back of a Yamaha SR400. Continue reading →
This awesome Honda CB250 was shown at the recently concluded Throttle Roll event in Sydney, Australia. Rene9ade Custom Motorcycles‘ unique take on the 1992 model shared space, yet stood out, with more than 40 other killer builds.
The guys at Pipeburn spoke with bossman Ren de Haas about his latest build. “The bike is a ’92 CB250 twin. Internally, it’s very ordinary and nothing much has been changed with power delivery or drive train. The bike was in a pretty rugged state on delivery, but it ran so it ticked all the boxes. Then we got to work.” Continue reading →