Tagged: Bike Find of the Day

The New Matchless Motorcycle Is An Unexpected Tour de Force in Design

The Matchless name and motorcycle brand, long lost to history, was recently re-launch at the Milan motorcycle show in early November. Matchless was once one of Britain’s most revered motorcycle makers, and through Associated Motorcycle Company, they built bikes plated as AJS, Sunbeam, Indian and Norton. But sadly, the firm ceased to exist in 1966. […]

Glory Days Motorcycle Rally, Val Du Lakes, June, 2015 – Dig It

Glory Days June 26 – June 28 Jun 26 at 12:00pm to Jun 28 at 5:00pm Val Du Lakes Mears, Michigan 49455 Make sure you don’t miss out on this years hottest Midwest bike event. Unlike any other event with fun activities and awesome live bands to be announced… Bikers and Babes… Camping on site, […]

Ducati 900ss Custom

The Ducati 900SS was, and is, a beautiful piece of functional machinery, and Old Empire Motorcycles have ramped that up a couple of notches with this custom version.

It was once a 1995 900SS which features a 904cc air-cooled twin, and it’s a beautiful mill indeed.

The Killer – Jerry Lee Lewis

Jerry Lee Lewis, the greatest singer and piano player in the history of hillbilly music, has been married seven times – and he’s still very much alive.

Give that a second or two to sink in. Seven times. Still alive.

The Killer – Jerry Lee Lewis

Jerry Lee Lewis, the greatest singer and piano player in the history of hillbilly music, has been married seven times – and he’s still very much alive.

Give that a second or two to sink in. Seven times. Still alive.

1958 Capriolo Aeromere

From 1953 to 1959 they also produced NSU engined machines named Caproni-Vizzola with models named Cavilux and Cavimax, the latter based on the NSU Max engine. At one time the range also included a face-cam OHV single, and they also built a range of three-wheelers. In 1958 the Capriolo company name was changed to Aeromere, which ceased production in 1964. The parent company, Aero-Caproni, continued to build aircraft some of which were very advanced. Their jet-powered glider remains one of the most extraordinary sailplanes ever constructed.