Ian Barry’s Top 10 BikesPosted: December 22, 2011 | Author: Scott | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: AJS, BMW, bobber motorcycles, Classic, Classic Motorcycles, custom motorcycle photography, digital photograpy, dslr movie production muskegon, Grand Haven, Grand Rapids, Halterman, harley bobber, Harley Davidson, indian bobber, Michigan, Michigan motorcycle events, motorcycle parts and service, motorcycle photography, motorcycle videos, motorcycle vids, Muskegon, Muskegon Bike Time, muskegon digital photography, muskegon wedding photography', North Muskegon, photo studio, photography, Spring Lake, studio photography, The Machines, Todd Halterman, Vincent, wedding photographer, Whitehall | Comments Off on Ian Barry’s Top 10 Bikes
One of our supporters and co-founder of LA’s Falcon Motorcycles recently shared his all time favorite two-wheeled machines with Architectural Digest. We guessed some of you might not be reading Architectural Digest every day, so for those that missed it, enjoy. Words by Ian Barry himself.
1923 Brough Superior SS80 “Old Bill”
Nicknamed “Old Bill” after a cartoon character popular during World War I, this was the personal sprint bike of George Brough, the founder of Brough Superior in Nottingham, England. Brough was a consummate showman who dubbed his handiwork “the Rolls-Royce of motorcycles,” and in this modified version of his SS80, he put his machine where his mouth was. This bike will be an influence in the creation of the Vespertine Falcon.