Back in the early 1990s I was working on Motor Cycle News in England. The editor, (the now late) Peter Bolt, was generous enough to give me a weekly column (no, not a morally questionable disciplinary session in his office, but a full page for me to ruin). The best part of the whole deal was being able to commission a young artist called Amanda Hutt to illustrate my words. Given that I rarely thought about what I?d write about till the pressure of deadlines forced me to, it was
The girls seem to throw themselves at these guys. I see it at lots of Motor cycle Rallies like Laughlin River Run, Sturgis and others all the time. This pot bellied older guy has a hottie clinging onto him.
Arthur Davidson of the Harley Davidson Motorcycle Corporation,dies and goes to heaven. At the gate an angel tells Davidson, "Well U’ve been such a good guy and ur
motor cycles have changed the world. As a reward, U can hang out with anyone U want to in Heaven." he thinks a while & says, "I wanna [...]
As seen in many a bike on this very blog, the mighty 498cc two-valve OHV motor developed by JA Prestwich of Tottenham, North London, specifically with speedway racing in mind. It was long-serving engineer Stan Greening who created the motor, working closely with top Stamford Bridge (London) speedway riders, Bill Bragg and Wal Phillips, during 1929/30. The motor, influenced in its finer details by the then leading four-valve Rudge, went on to dominate the sport right into the 1960s.This gorgeous drawing is probably by John Ferguson, who did a stack