Author: Todd Halterman
This week a man in Nashville, Tenn. was taken to the hoosegow after authorities caught him – and an accomplice – stealing several motorcycles from sellers who had advertised on Craigslist. To further complicate matters, some of the buyers who bought the bikes from the thieves then resold the bikes. One Jerry Pinkerton finds himself […]
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One of the things I love most about the whole world of motorcycles is the completely over the top array of characters you meet on the road, around town, or hanging out working on or watching someone work on bikes. Working on motorcycles is an acquired skill which, given enough years standing over various basket […]
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Sally Halterman, the first American woman issued a motorcycle license. Photo by Harris Ewing, 1937
Pin Up Girls On Indian & Harley Motorcycle Classics What is it about the WWII era pin up art, often found painted on the noses and bodies of WWII era airplanes. This is one style that seems to be holding up quite nicely after all these years and continue to be popular with motorcycle […]
From inspiration, performance, design to brilliant engines. In the quest of motorcycle past, we are always likely to to find astonishing treasures which makes our life interesting. Bikes are not just portions of metal; they tend to hold stories & endeavors. In this post – we share along some of the vintage motorcycles that help […]
George Brough Brough was a motorcycle racer, motorcycle and automobile manufacturer, and showman. He was perhaps best known for the powerful (and expensive) Brough Superior motorcycles which were the first superbikes and his enduring...