Art by Zao
ATR - At-The-Risers
Breaking the Mechanical Mind
Champing at the Wit
Competition Distributing Co.
Freedom Machinery & Accessories / Chopped Out
Hell on Wheels MC
Hell on Wheels MC - The Blog!
Kennedy Bros. Bomb Factory
Nostalgia on Wheels Shoppe
Petersen Automotive Museum
Small City Cycles
The Speed Age Blog!
Thursday, December 31, 2009
Friday, December 25, 2009
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Here are some great shots originally posted on the Selvedge Yard blog, http://theselvedgeyard.wordpress.com, and in Duke University's photo archive: http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/search/results?t=motorcycle&rows=16. I posted a couple of pictures relating to the ripple piped bike under a post called "Ripple Pipe in 1969" and the dragon-looking bike in the third shot is Mel's Monster and I have a few shots of the whole bike in a posted by that same name! Thanks Mark Anthony for the Selvedge Yard link!
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Monday, December 21, 2009
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Monday, December 14, 2009
Here's a cool picture from 1965 and the caption reads: "David and Goliath all over again - Bob Loux, near side, later pitted his fuel Triumph 40-incher against 80-dual engine Triumph of Dick Rios at AHRA Championships, won wth 144.25, 10.73." The fool took the twin engine contender, nice!
Friday, December 11, 2009
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
A colleague at work passed along this article from the LA Times about what appears to be a cool vintage skateboard art exhibit at the California Heritage Museum, located at 2612 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405 and running from 11/14/09 - 05/30/10. Admission is $8.00 and exhibit hours are 11 AM - 4 PM (Wednesday - Sunday). Here's a copy of the LA Times article: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/news/la-et-skateboard-art5-2009dec05,0,1378733.story . For a quick link to the museum's page on the exhibit click here: http://web.mac.com/calmuseum/Site/Current.html
Monday, December 7, 2009
I received two emails today from Knuckle Buster who was nice enough to scan his entire 1950 HD Motorcycling Accessories Catalog! This is catalog is a great resource covering everthing from old HD t-shirts to guide lights! Thank you very much Knuckle Buster for the great early Christmas gift for all Nostalgia's viewers!
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- Rumble Fish Poster!
- Old U.S. Wartime Motorcycle Photos
- Steve McQueen's Triumph Desert Race Bike
- Merry Christmas from Nostalgia!
- 1960's Craziness!
- Desert Racing with a Sidecar!
- When You Can't Decide - Three Motors in One!
- A. Unchained Lobby Card
- How Skateboard Trucks are Made @ Tracker!
- Panhead in Watercolor
- Classic 1960's Speedway!
- Batgirl's Custom YDS-3 "Catalina" Circa 1967
- Pre-unit vs. Pre-unit
- Dual Fuel Twin Engine Triumph Draggin'
- The Jesus Trip - 1971
- "EK" Pressbook Circa 1971
- The Bad Banana
- Two Timer in Action!
- Skateboard: Evolution and Art in California Exhib...
- 1950 Harley Davidson Motorcycling Accessories Cata...
- 1948 Harley Davidson Accessories Brochure
- The Wild Riders
- 1969 Hells Angels '69 Pressbook!
- 1966 Wild Angels Pressbook!
- More 1965 Saltiness!
- The Art of Custom Painting!
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The two photos above come from a 1971 Choppers related magazine! Here's a great show photo of the Quicksilver from a 1967 Cycle Spor...
The knuckle photos arrived in the mail today and I'm sure you'll agree they're pretty cool. With the tall apes, flan...
I just received a comment yesterday on one of my old Dean Lanza posts from Lanza's daughter Jody and she has a photostream up with so...
This is some pretty handy information from the Lightning Red Wing Book 2!
What a great shot of the Oakland Hells Angels in route to a funeral in 1968! (photo currently on Ebay!)
The above story, "Cyclists' Raid," was published in the January 1951 issue of Harper's Magazine and is the basi...