Guest post from Kirk Gee Motorcycles are cool. That's a simple fact- from T.E. Lawrence on his Brough to the classic outlaw chopper, the ferocious streetbike, the renaissance of Scramblers and street trackers to my mate Andy running his lovingly maintained T150 around Minneapolis in the short riding season, it's all cool with just a frisson of danger. Open any of the nearly 50 issues of this very publication randomly and you'll find cool. The scooter however, is a more diffi
Our friend Larry of New York City Motorcycles now lives in Japan. He reports from his first opportunity to ride with the Have Fun!! Flat Track club, that took place yesterday. Words and photos: Larry Morris (except where stated) Fuse Racing Kawasaki KSR135 Mini tracker and Kawasaki 250 on road racing wets Kawagoe, Japan 6 February 2022 It’s been a fair few years (in fact exactly a few years) since the stars aligned and I was able to get around an oval. Correction: a doughnut.
Sideburn has been a fan of Rough Crafts, and its founder Winston Yeh, since we met at the Motor Bike Expo in Verona, back in January 2015, so it was an honour when Winston contacted us asking if we wanted to be first to share photos of Rough Crafts' latest street tracker. Urban Half-Mile is its name, it's based on a Honda CRF300L, and the build was commissioned by YSS Suspension. Head to our STORIES section to get the full lowdown and photos on the Rough Crafts Urban Half-Mil