As I ride away to the west, the noise in the engine seems to settle in a rhythmic thrum, and the wind ripples the grass in the fields alongside the road. The tops of the blades are waving to and fro, and it’s easy to imagine the valves in the engine rising and falling with them, in sync with nature – Mark Richardson
God didn’t create metal so that man could make paper clips! – Harley Davidson Ad
I thought Jeremy Irons’ quote suited this photo of an Indian Scout well. If there is a motorcycle that is dangerous enough to bring instincts to the surface, it’s this bike.
Mr. Irons is quite a motorcycle fan who speaks well of the sport.
Dziga Vertov certainly understood that poetry and how to put that work in his movies. His most famous, “Man With A Movie Camera” was way before it’s time.
The world’s fastest production motorcycle, the Suzuki Hayabusa.