The magazine won't land until next week, but we're putting it up on pre-order now if you want to get in now and be sent out with the first wave. ORDER SIDEBURN 38 Some issues of Sideburn include dashes of film, art, adventure or leftfield moto culture with a core of flat track. Others are pure flat tracker and street tracker. Sideburn 38 is the latter. Page after page after page of dirt track racing with a dash of jawdropping street tracker in the middle. COVER: Koolt Yamaha
‘I’ve been to enough American Flat Track races at the Daytona International Speedway to know my way around the place pretty well, but I’ve never felt comfortable there. It’s NASCAR’s premiere venue. A billionaire’s four-wheel thunder palace that just got a $400m makeover to increase spectator capacity to 110,000. The last Daytona 500 purse was $19m. They don’t give two shits about two wheels. When you have that kind of money, what’s to give a shit about? Probably getting more
Indian Motorcycle UK had a couple of very special FTR 1200s on display at the Bike Shed Show this weekend. The FTR 1200 still haven't hit UK dealers, so any FTR is pretty special, but these were something else. One of Indian's technical partner, S&S Cycle, have created a racing kit, reminiscent of those regularly offered by superbike manufacturers in the 1980s and 90s, to convert the road bike to a hooligan racer. There's quite a lot to unpack in that short statement, so let'
Just about everything the Roland Sands Designs team touches has super production values. This advert for an upcoming event and round of the Super Hooligan series is no exception. This is, essentially, an aftermarket clothing and apparel brand making shorts that spoof the primetime TV shows they grew up watching, but the RSD stuff is actually better quality than some 1970s TV. It's crazy. If you're wondering who the rider is, it's @jimmyburnouts #RolandSands #Indian #SuperHoo