The more I ride, the more I seek to absorb moto culture and literature. I discovered Triumph’s digital magazine, Spirit, when I purchased my Bonnie two years ago, and always enjoy reading the quarterly features full of inspiration and life on two wheels. Last year, I noticed they were soliciting pictures from readers, so IContinue reading “The Miss-Fires featured in Triumph’s Spirit Magazine”
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Adventures in riding ice
Photo by Ryan Handt Photography Winter in New York is always hard for motorcyclists. As ice and snow cover the streets, we put our bikes in storage, and spend hours reminiscing about summer, longing for spring, and cursing the Instagram feeds of our friends in warmer climates. This year has been particularly long and hard,Continue reading “Adventures in riding ice”
GO FAST, TURN LEFT!!
WTF is Flat track motorcycle racing, and Why the F do i do it?? Flat track racing is about 100 years old. It started with motorcycles pulling bicycles (fixed gear, of course) onto an oval wooden track for velodrome races. When the bicycles were up to speed, the motorcycle would pull off, and the raceContinue reading “GO FAST, TURN LEFT!!”
My Bike! Leslie and her 2013 Sportster Iron
Filmmaker and friend of The Miss-Fires, James Jones has a wonderful series called “My Bike”. Here is his episode featuring our girl Leslie. Check it out!
Some thoughts on motorcycling and being a female rider
Featured Rider – Corinna Posted on December 2, 2014 by Lucas Lincoln on the VIKING BAGS BLOG. We know theres a wide diversity of riders out there. Today we get to interview someone who is quite well known in the world of vintage bikes and was even featured in a book “ My Cool Motorcycle. “Continue reading “Some thoughts on motorcycling and being a female rider”
What an exciting week over at Project CB350G. The engine is completely buttoned up, points set, and into the frame she went! As a few folks have mentioned, these engines are a tricky fit, but Stephanie and the team got it wrangled in perfectly, while preserving the freshly painted frame. Such a sense of accomplishmentContinue reading “Project CB350G”