The New R nineT Urban G/S
Follow Hubert Auriol and Joy Lewis through Paris and Dakar, exploring the first tracks of the Rallye in the 80’s.
Follow Hubert Auriol and Joy Lewis through Paris and Dakar, exploring the first tracks of the Rallye in the 80’s.
RYAN DUNGEY ANNOUNCES HIS RETIREMENT FROM PROFESSIONAL RACING
Your actions on and off the track have always motivated us to achieve greatness together. You have consistently been a positive force in the sport of motocross. Throughout your career you were always dedicated, always humble, always focused, always super-pumped; but from now on, you will always be a legend. From all of your family at Fox, congratulations on an amazing career.
FEATURING RACERS FROM THE SPEED MERCHANT, SUICIDE MACHINE COMPANY, BILTWELL, BROKEN HOMME & MORE
On Saturday, May 20, 2017, Horny Toad Harley-Davidson of Temple, TX will host the Hooligan Dirt Dash, featuring a full day of pulse-pounding flat track motorcycle racing, live music, FXR, Dyna and Chopper bike shows and much more.
The FREE event kicks off at 12 Noon and runs throughout the day until 6pm.
Horny Toad Harley-Davidson owner George Lee says, “We are honored and very proud to be hosting the Hooligan Dirt Dash and we know the Southwest Regional HOG Rally attendees and the rider community will have a blast at the event."
The Hooligan Dirt Dash will feature racers representing The Speed Merchant, Suicide Machine Company, Biltwell, Broken Homme and others as they battle it out until the track is left with the fastest of the fast - so don’t blink or you might just miss the fun.
Hooligan racer Brawny, from The Speed Merchant says, “This year's Hooligan Dirt Dash at Horny Toad Harley-Davidson will be one for the books."
The opening ceremony for Hooligan Dirt Dash will commence at 3pm, after which racers will line up to compete in this daring dance of speed and style in the 1/8th mile oval made of dirt.
Additional events taking place that day are a Kickstart Race and Run What You Brung Race. Sign up at the Race Registration tent; first come, first serve. More info at www.HooliganDirtDash.com.
The Hooligan Dirt Dash race series made its debut in Sturgis, South Dakota during the 75th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally at the legendary Sturgis ½ Mile dirt track. Because it’s run “outlaw” style, largely self-governed by competitors; no official sanctioning body; very few rules for classification beyond rider skill and/or engine displacement Hooligan Dirt Dash races have a grassroots vibe that makes them super popular with fans.
This year's Hooligan Dirt Dash follows last year's hugely successful event which was hosted by Gruene Harley-Davidson in New Braunfels, TX.
Hooligan Dirt Dash is made possible with the support of Horny Toad Harley-Davidson, Law Tigers, Rockstar Energy Drink, HOG, Biltwell Inc., Unknown Industries, Chopper Supply Co. Ft. Worth, The Speed Merchant, Suicide Machine Company, Broken Homme, Noise Cycles, Bassani Xhaust, S&S Cycle, Legend Suspensions, Rusty Butcher, 805 Beer, Street Chopper and Hot Bike Magazines.
Hooligan Dirt Dash will take place SATURDAY MAY 20, 2017 at Horny Toad Harley-Davidson (7454 S GENERAL BRUCE DR., TEMPLE, TX 76502), with opening ceremonies kicking off at 3pm. More info at www.HooliganDirtDash.com.
Woodcliff Lake, NJ – November 18, 2016…When BMW Motorrad launched the R nineT in 2013, it was clearly more than just a roadster based on a classic role model. From the outset, the R nineT combined classic motorcycle design and modern technology with sophisticated craftsmanship, as demonstrated by touches such as the aluminum fuel tank with brushed side surfaces. In numerous components, the model also reflected the R nineT team's fond attention to detail. The new R nineT likewise radiates this boutique manufacturing character, supported by a range of optimized features.
For more than 35 years, the abbreviation GS in conjunction with BMW Motorrad has been virtually synonymous with a sense of freedom and a passion for adventure on two wheels, both on-road and off-road. The R nineT Urban G/S draws on the genes of the very first and legendary BMW R 80 G/S of 1980, transporting them into the modern era with contemporary technology in the form of a classic enduro-style BMW motorcycle with boxer engine.
Both of the new BMW Heritage models feature the potent, air/oil-cooled boxer engine with a capacity of 1,170 cc and an output of 81 kW (110 hp) combined with a 6-speed gearbox. Their exhaust systems in stainless steel with the tailpipe positioned on the left reflects classic styling.
Modular frame concepts provide great scope for altering the appearance and character of the two BMW boxer models according to individual preference, for example by adding different seats from the range of BMW Motorrad accessories. In the R nineT, the frame comprises four components as before: a front main frame, a rear main frame, a removable end piece and a detachable passenger frame. In the R nineT Urban G/S the frame consists of three components: a front and rear main frame with integrated end piece and a passenger frame.
As before, a high-quality upside-down telescopic fork takes care of front wheel control in the new R nineT, though this is now designed as a fully adjustable component. With a view to even greater steering precision, directional stability and cornering neutrality, the new edition of the R nineT has also been optimized in terms of suspension geometry. In the R nineT Urban G/S there is a conventional telescopic fork at the front while the BMW Paralever is applied in conjunction with a central spring strut at the rear, as in the R nineT.
The R nineT now has wired-spoke wheels in the dimensions 3.5 x 17 inches and 5.5 x 17 inches respectively, with tires in the sizes 120/70 ZR 17 at the front and 180/55 ZR 17. As before, radially mounted 4-piston monoblock brake calipers ensure sound, ABS-regulated deceleration in conjunction with floating brake discs.
The R nineT Urban G/S comes equipped with light alloy cast wheels. The large 19‑inch front wheel with 120/70 ZR 19 tire is in keeping with the typical enduro-style look of a classic bike. This is matched perfectly at the rear with a 17-inch wheel bearing a 170/60 ZR 17 tire. The new BMW boxer can be ordered with the optional extra of deep-treaded off-road tires which further enhances its classic style (standard trim: road tires) and also with filigree wired-spoke wheels. With 4-piston brake calipers, steel-wrapped brake lines and a brake disc diameter of 12.6 inches, a high-performance ABS brake system here again ensures effective and stable deceleration. To prevent the rear wheel from spinning on slippery roads, there is the option of ASC (Automatic Stability Control) which is available factory-installed.
In its new edition, the R nineT once more features the laid-back elegance and proportions of a classic BMW roadster. From all angles, the R nineT is defined by a blend of classic and modern elements of motorcycle design style combined with high-quality surfaces.
While the instrument cluster of the R nineT previously comprised two circular instruments for speedometer and engine speed display, perfectly integrated in the classic layout, the new design now features two separate instrument casings for an even more impressive appearance. Nothing has changed in the new edition of the R nineT in terms of its boutique manufacturing character and there are numerous details which fans will love: these include the 4.8 gallon (18-liter) aluminum fuel tank with elaborately brushed side surfaces, the aluminum trim panel featuring an embossed R nineT inscription which runs across the air intake duct on the right-hand side and much more besides.
While the R nineT conveyed its classic character in virtually perfect style with Black Storm metallic combined with silver and metallic contrasts, the new R nineT nonetheless manages to go one better in this regard: to match the black-coated components such as the frame and engine housing, the Paralever swing arm and the housing of the rear-wheel drive are now also finished in black.
For the first time, two individual paint finishes with boutique manufacturing character are available for the R nineT as optional equipment items. With these options, BMW Motorrad has expanded the customizing range to include the area of paintwork for the first time. The special paint finish “Black Storm metallic / Vintage” underscores the boutique manufacturing character of the aluminum fuel tank in Black Storm metallic / silver with a yellow application bearing the start number “21”. The latter is applied by hand and gives the bike a refined used look. The model is supplied with an aluminum hump seat and passenger pad.
The second special paint finish “Blue Planet metallic / Aluminum” emphasizes the classically refined character of the R nineT with a touch of fresh style. Based on the clear-finished aluminum fuel tank with ground weld seam and aluminum hump seat – both hand-brushed – the center section of the fuel tank and hump are finished in Blue Planet metallic with a golden surround. The color Blue Planet metallic is also to be found on the front fender.
One look at the R nineT Urban G/S reveals the genes of its ancestor, reproducing the R 80 G/S color concept virtually without alteration. As with predecessor, the fuel tank and the high-position of the front mudguard are finished in striking Light White paint, with a matching headlamp mask whose styling is geared entirely towards the BMW G/S style of that era. As before, the R nineT Urban G/S features fuel tank decor in two shades of blue and a two-person seat in bright red – a color combination that interprets the BMW Motorsport colors of former years. This echoing of past times is supported by a frame finished in black.
Harmoniously matching the headlamp mask, the instrument cluster consists of a speedometer designed as an analog circular instrument, indicator lamps and a two-line LCD screen. High-end details also characterize the R nineT Urban G/S. These include the numerous aluminum forged parts such as fork bridges, the clamp for the aluminum double-butted tubular handlebars and much more besides.
One interesting detail solution in terms of creating a classic enduro look is the dual-section front mudguard. The front splash guard is attached to the lower fork bridge, thereby skillfully conveying a sense of classic enduro style. The rear splash guard is mounted just above the front wheel in conjunction with a fork stabilizer.
The highlights of the new BMW R nineT and R nineT Urban G/S:
Distinctive, air-cooled boxer engine for classic motorcycle enjoyment and dynamic riding fun. The longitudinally mounted 2-cylinder boxer engine with power transmission via universal-shaft drive has been synonymous with BMW motorcycles for more than 90 years. Like no other motorcycle engine, the air-cooled BMW Motorrad boxer power unit enthrals riders with its unmistakable and authentic design, its powerful torque and its unique, throaty sound.
The BMW R nineT and the R nineT Urban G/S both feature the familiar air/oil-cooled boxer engine with 101 mm bore x 73 mm stroke, creating a capacity of 1,170 cc. Its peak output is 110 hp (81 kW) at 7,750 rpm and the maximum torque of 86 lb-ft (116 Nm) that peaks at 6,000 rpm, with a maximum engine speed of 8,500 rpm.
Both new models of the BMW Motorrad Heritage world of experience have been designed to meet the requirements of the European EU4 emissions standards. This involved fitting the motorcycles with such features as a new engine mapping, a fuel system with carbon canister for fuel tank ventilation and an exhaust system with an altered catalytic converter that has a larger cross-section. Control of the four valves is via two overhead chain-driven camshafts (DOHC) per cylinder. Valve activation is handled by very light and therefore speed-resistant rocker arms, and valve clearance compensation is by means of light hemispherical shims. Power transmission to the rear wheel is via the well-established 6-speed gearbox and the universal-shaft drive.
The exhaust systems in stainless steel, each with rear silencer on the left-hand side, likewise contribute to creating a classic BMW with air-cooled boxer engine in the roadster and enduro style respectively. While the new R nineT interprets the concept of a classic, sporty roadster with rear silencers arranged vertically, the snugly fitting rear silencer of the R nineT Urban G/S reflects the philosophy of the original GS as a masterly, authentic variation on the BMW boxer theme for light off-road use.
The exhaust system has an electric servomotor and an acoustic valve controlled by opening and closing cables to meet the desire for a classic boxer sound while still complying with the noise emissions directive ECE R41-04. What is more, a large-size catalytic converter ensures even more effective exhaust gas cleaning.
The range of Original BMW Motorrad Accessories also gives customers various individualization exhaust system options to adapt the character of the two R nineT Heritage variants entirely according to personal taste.
The new R nineT and R nineT Urban G/S also respond to the desire on the part of many motorcycle fans to be able to make technical and visual modifications – commonly known as customizing – by providing a steel tubular space frame concept.
In the R nineT the latter comprises four components as before: a front main frame, a rear main frame, a removable end piece and a detachable passenger frame. In the R nineT Urban G/S the frame consists of three components: a front and rear main frame with integrated end piece and a passenger frame. The frame components are bolted onto one another.
With a view to even greater steering precision, directional stability and cornering neutrality, the new edition of the R nineT has also been optimized in terms of suspension geometry. The wheelbase is now .3 inches longer at 60.1 inches and the steering head angle has been reduced from 64.5 degrees to 63.2 degrees. This also brings about an extension of the castor from 4.03 inches (102.5 millimeters) to 4.3 inches (107.9 millimeters).
As before, the new R nineT’s front wheel suspension is accomplished by a high-quality upside-down telescopic fork borrowed from the supersport model S 1000 RR, but it has now been designed as a fully adjustable component with configurable damping compression and rebound stage as well as an adjustable spring rest, thereby enabling the suspension set-up to be geared even more precisely to the rider’s individual preferences. The spring travel is 4.9/5.5 inches.
In keeping with the style of a classic enduro bike, a conventionally structured telescopic fork with a tube diameter of 1.7 inches and a spring travel of 4.9 inches performs the function of front wheel control in the R nineT Urban G/S. As was common in enduro models in the past, classic rubber gaiters protect the exposed, sensitive slide areas of the fork tubes from stone impact.
The functions of rear wheel control in the new representatives of the BMW Motorrad Heritage world of experience are performed in well-proven fashion by the Paralever single-sided swing arm, as is also used in the other BMW Motorrad Heritage models. Suspension and damping functions are taken care of by a central spring strut with a spring finished in white in each case. The spring rest is adjustable and rebound-stage damping can be set to continuously variable levels. In the new R nineT the spring travel is 4.7 inches (120 millimeters), in the R nineT Urban G/S it is 5.5 inches (140 millimeters) with a view to possible use in light terrain.
As in its predecessor, contemporary wire-spoke wheels rekindle the flair of bygone days in the new R nineT. It features redesigned wheels with black anodized light alloy flat shoulder rims, cast aluminum hubs, stainless steel spokes and tubed tires. The wheel dimensions are 3.5 x 17 inches and 5.5 x 17 inches respectively. The tire size at the front is 120/70 ZR, while on the back of the R nineT a tire of the size 180/55 ZR 17 is mounted.
Sound deceleration is taken care of, as before, by radially mounted 4-piston monoblock brake calipers in conjunction with steel-wrapped brake lines and floating brake discs with a diameter of 12.6 inches. However, for use in the R nineT they have been combined with a new main brake cylinder. As part of this alteration, the manual clutch cylinder for activating the clutch has also been changed. At the rear, deceleration is ensured by a single-disc brake with a diameter of 10.4 inches and a 2-piston floating caliper. Like all BMW motorcycles, the new R nineT is fitted with BMW Motorrad ABS as standard, and the option ASC (Automatic Stability Control) is now also available as factory option.
The R nineT Urban G/S is supplied with light alloy cast wheels. The large 19‑inch front wheel with 120/70 ZR 19 tire is in keeping with the typical look of a classic bike in enduro style. This is matched perfectly at the rear with a 17-inch wheel bearing a tire of the size 170/60 ZR 17. The new BMW boxer can be ordered with the optional extra of deep-treaded off-road tires which further enhances its classic style (standard trim: road tires) and with filigree wired-spoke wheels.
The footrest system highlights the bike's rustic character. Coarsely toothed steel footrests provide stable, secure support in all conditions. The technical counterpart to the impressive contemporary riding dynamics of the new R nineT Urban G/S is a twin disc brake. With 4-piston brake calipers, steel-wrapped brake lines and a brake disc diameter of 12.6 inches, it ensures high-performance and stable deceleration even when travelling at speed. At the rear there is a single-disc brake with a diameter of 10.4 inches and a 2-piston floating caliper. The R nineT Urban G/S is likewise fitted as standard with the BMW Motorrad ABS. This R nineT variant also offers the option of ASC (Automatic Stability Control) to prevent the rear wheel from spinning on slippery roads.
In the new edition, the R nineT once more features the laid-back elegance and proportions of a classic BMW roadster with its hallmark boxer engine, compact aluminum fuel tank with brushed side surfaces and a slim rear. And regardless of which variations the customer selects from the BMW Motorrad range of accessories – the R nineT always cuts a fine figure, whether with raised or lowered exhaust system, sporty aluminum tail hump or two-person seat.
The deliberate reduction of the styling to the essential design elements of a classic motorcycle ensures that the new R nineT also stylishly expresses its character with a small number of carefully created components. From all angles, the R nineT continues to be defined by a blend of classic and modern elements of motorcycle design style combined with high-quality surfaces.
The new R nineT also acquires a rustic expression of dynamic performance and supremacy from the classic circular instrument combined with the gold anodized tubes of the upside-down fork. While the instrument cluster previously comprised two circular instruments for speedometer and engine speed display, aesthetically integrated in this classic layout, the new design now features two separate instrument casings for an even more impressive appearance.
In their simplicity, they entirely follow classic principles while still making use of modern technology. For example, the R nineT also has an on-board computer as standard which provides a large and clear display on a segmented screen that shows the most important information such as time, active gear, remaining range, trip distance, service interval and average speed and fuel consumption.
As the founder of the BMW Motorrad Heritage world of experience, the R nineT made a striking impression from the outset with its exceptionally high standard of craftsmanship and its boutique manufacturing character. Nothing has changed in this regard in the new edition of the R nineT, so there are numerous details which fans will love: these include the 4.8 gallon aluminum fuel tank with elaborately brushed side surfaces, the aluminum trim panel featuring an embossed R nineT inscription which runs across the air intake duct on the right-hand side and the fork bridges with conically tapered screw bosses.
The latter – like the conically shaped mount for the steering damper and the footrest system – are aluminum forged parts with a blasted and subsequently clear anodized surface. The clamp for the double-butted aluminum tubular handlebars, also made of aluminum, bears the embossed BMW Motorrad inscription, and on the steering head the riveted type plate reminiscent of historical BMW motorcycles reflects the R nineT team's fond attention to detail.
While the R nineT previously conveyed its classic character in virtually perfect style with Black Storm metallic combined with silver and metallic contrasts, the new R nineT nonetheless manages to go one better in this regard: to match components such as the frame and engine housing, which are painted black as before, the Paralever swing arm and the housing of the rear-wheel drive are now also finished in black. This creates an even more authentic, classic appearance for the R nineT.
For the first time, two individual paint finishes with boutique manufacturing character are available for the R nineT as optional equipment items. In this way, BMW Motorrad has expanded the customizing range to include the area of paintwork for the first time. The special paint finish “Black Storm metallic / Vintage” makes every R nineT a unique specimen. The boutique manufacturing character of the aluminum fuel tank in Black Storm metallic with hand-brushed side surfaces in clear gloss finish is reinforced with a yellow application bearing the start number “21”. The manually applied individual brushing gives this application a refined used look. The aluminum hump seat matching this special paint finish is included, and the passenger pad is supplied as standard.
The second special paint finish available for selection is the individual design “Blue Planet metallic / Aluminum”. This color variant is based on the hand-brushed and clear finished aluminum fuel tank with ground weld seam and the likewise hand-brushed aluminum hump seat. The center section of the fuel tank and hump seat are additionally finished in the color Blue Planet metallic with a golden surround. Correspondingly, the front fender also features a finish in Blue Planet metallic. This color scheme underscores the classic, refined character of the R nineT with a touch of fresh style. Here again, the passenger pad is supplied as standard.
BMW GS – a concept that has been an integral part of the motorcycling world for more than 35 years and has long come to be synonymous with a sense of freedom and the desire for adventure among both on-road and off-road fans on two wheels. The unparalleled career of BMW GS began in 1980 with the launch of the R 80 G/S.
At the time it was not only the first large-series enduro with two cylinders, it also established itself as the first serial-production BMW with a single-sided rear swing arm, the so-called BMW Monolever, later leading to the development of the BMW Paralever. The hallmark features of the 50 hp founder of the universal category of travel enduro bikes included its technical conception as being suitable for off-road riding as well as its color scheme. White was drawn from the palette of BMW Motorsport colors at the time, while the seat was finished in a striking bright red.
A look at the R nineT Urban G/S reveals it to be the spitting image of its ancestor, and it reproduces the latter’s color concept virtually without alteration. Just like more than 35 years ago, the fuel tank and the high-positioned front mudguard are finished in striking Light White non-metallic, with a matching headlamp mask whose styling is geared entirely towards the BMW G/S style of that era.
Like its role model, the R nineT Urban G/S features fuel tank decor in two tones of blue and a two-man seat in bright red – a color combination that interprets the BMW Motorsport colors of former years. This echoing of past times is supported by a frame finished in black. The light alloy cast wheels and drivetrain are likewise finished in black.
With its narrow front silhouette combined with the classic circular headlamp and the headlamp mask, the R nineT Urban G/S has a look of agility, dynamic performance and supreme riding on many terrain types. Its wiry appearance is further reinforced by the narrow 19-inch front wheel and the light impression of the rear section.
Harmoniously matching the headlamp mask, the instrument cluster consists of a speedometer designed as an analog circular instrument, indicator lamps and a two-line LCD screen which displays the most important information such as time and trip distance.
Like all models of the BMW Motorrad Heritage world of experience, the R nineT Urban G/S also benefits from harmoniously integrated and stylistically authentic details. Aluminum forged parts such as the fork bridges, the mount for the steering damper and the clamp for the double-butted aluminum tubular handlebars with embossed BMW Motorrad inscription convey a high degree of high-end quality, for example.
The dual-section front mudguard features another interesting detail solution. The front splash guard is mounted on the lower fork bridge and therefore high above the front wheel, thereby skilfully highlighting the classic BMW enduro style of the R nineT Urban G/S. The rear splash guard is mounted just above the front wheel and bolted to the slider tubes via a fork stabilizer.
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Indian Motorcycle attended Wheels & Waves for the first time last year and this year it is going back as an official partner for the show.
Wheels & Waves is held at various locations near Biarritz and brings together art, action, surfing and motorcycling over five action-packed days from Wednesday 14th June to Sunday 18th June.
There a flat track race, a ride to an art exhibition, a street race called Punks Peak and a weekend ride through the basque country – add in the amazing weather and you have the perfect reason to take a holiday there.
“For us, Wheels & Waves brings together all the elements that are important to Indian Motorcycle and our owners,” says Grant Bester, managing director for the brand in Europe. “Those elements being the flat track racing, the art, the customisation, but most of all the sharing of experiences with like-minded owners and riders. We can’t wait to be there and go ride.”
The show is organised by Jérôme Allé, Julien Azé and Vincent Prat. Vincent says: “This sixth edition of Wheels & Waves is almost here. We spend all year thinking about this event and re-work it to always give surprises to the attendees. For this year, we are proud to host Indian Motorcycle as the main sponsor. Indian will race in the El Rollo flat-track and Punks Peak. We hope to offer an amazing show over the five days.”
On every day at Wheels & Waves there will be:
– A village of tents and stands near Ocean City in Biarritz
– Surfing contests depending on weather conditions
– Skateboarding sessions
– Concerts (Moon Duo, Tom Curren, Elliott Murphy, Rocco Deluca, Ryder the Eagle and more)
– Screening of films and documentaries on motorcycle and surfing
Then the schedule of special events is as follows. Attending these will involve riding back and forth across the border into Spain:
WEDNESDAY El Rollo. Flat track racing at El Rollo held at the www.hipodromoa.com
THURSDAY Art Ride. Everyone rides to the ARTRIDE III art exhibition at Casa Ciriza in Spain
FRIDAY Punks Peak. Held on the GI-3440 mountain road between San Sebastian and the airport.
SATURDAY The Ride. Join a ride out through the Basque country.
SUNDAY Recover. Chill out on the beach or wander around the village near Ocean City.
On the Wednesday, Indian will be racing three of its Scout Sixty Super Hooligans at the El Rollo flat track. These will be ridden by Roland Sands, Dimitri Coste (photographer and Indian brand ambassador) and Nik Heer (from the Young Guns).
On the Friday, the Young Guns (Nik Heer and Fabian Witzig) will be entering their Scout sprint racer in the Punks Peak race (rider to be announced).
On the Saturday, please join Indian Motorcycle for ‘The Ride’.
Registration for the festival is now open on http://www.wheels-and-waves.com/en/registration-ww-2016
Ticket pre-sales are €30 for a 5-day pass and includes:
– access to the village Cité de l’Océan – Biarritz – France
– access to the exhibition Artride III
– visitor access to the Flat Track El Rollo
– visitor access to the Punk’s Peak race
The Outlier’s Guild Custom Motorcycle Show to be Held on May 6 at The Container Yard in Downtown Los Angeles; The Inaugural Event to Feature Unique Collection of Vintage and Custom Motorcycles
Long Beach, Calif. – April 18, 2017 – The Outlier’s Guild Custom Motorcycle Show will debut in Downtown Los Angeles on May 6, 2017 at The Container Yard. The inaugural event will showcase select Café Racer, Bobber, Classic, Tracker, Scrambler, Modern Classic, Brat style motorcycles along with full customs.
The Outlier’s Guild Custom Motorcycle Show, also referred to as The OG Moto Show, is set to change vintage motorcycle culture in Southern California. The event will gather dozens of custom builders and hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts together in a unique setting with a gallery of motorcycles on display and vendors offering merchandise for sale. An all-star roster of builders will be participating including: Michael “Woolie” Woolaway, Shinya Kimura, Mitsuhiro “Kiyo” Kiyonaga, Don Kott, Aaron Guardado, Michel Valle, Roland Sands, and Len Higa.
“There are so many great shows across the country that celebrate this style of vintage bikes and motorcycle culture, but none are here in Southern California,” said Jay LaRossa, co-founder of The Outlier’s Guild Moto Show. “With so many of the top builders, brands, and a unique motorcycle lifestyle located here – it just makes sense to host our own event in Los Angeles.”
In addition, motorcycle-inspired art and photography will be featured along with Roland Sands’ “Architects of Inspiration,” a unique art exhibit. In conjunction with META Magazine, limited edition photography prints will be made available for purchase to support Waves for Water, a charity organization that helps bring clean water to communities in need around the world. Participating photographers include: CR Steyck, Estevan Oriol, Matthew Jones, Dylan Gordon, Dimitri Coste, Todd Blubaugh, Matt Wignall, Preston Burroughs, and Sebastien Zanella.
The OG Moto Show is supported by: Honda, Roland Sands Design, Bell Helmets, Deus, Royal Enfield, WD-40, Capsule Wallets, Hasselblad, Meta, and Indian.
The inaugural OG Moto Show is free and open to the public. The event will be held from 12 PM to 9 PM on May 6 at The Container Yard located at 800 E. 4th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013.
For more information visit, www.ogmotoshow.com and find The Outlier’s Guild on Instagram @ogmotoshow and Facebook www.facebook.com/OutliersGuildMotoshow.
Press/Media Inquiries: John Pangilinan email@example.com
Is it the mental escape? Is it the feeling of flight? Is it capturing the unknown?
For certain it is the sensation you feel at the end of the day. The ride makes us more aware of who we are. The trail transports us to an indescribable state of mental and physical satisfaction.
We need to see beyond the racetrack to feel the fabric binding everyone who rides. We want to share your story. This is the first chapter in a series where we will dig deep, and find our roots.
The journey opens with WLF Enduro. WLF is a hardcore off-road crew who have gained a global following through sharing their backcountry adventures. The story begins here at the Flying Machine Factory. Watch the video, and meet the Wolfpack.
Head over to the site to view the whole story: http://bit.ly/FlyingMachineFactory
To coincide with the launch of the Flying Machine Stories Episode 001 we have released a Limited Edition FMF/WLF Apparel Collection
FEATURING KIRT VOREIS, JOSH LEWIS AND JOSH BRYCELAND
“Ride Your F#%king Bike – Movie. Powered by Chainsaw.” Featuring Fox athletes Josh Bryceland, Josh Lewis, Kirt Voreis and other Fox teammates, the movie documents three weeks on the road with a wild crew up for anything. Filming kicked off at Fox Headquarters in Irvine, Calif., and continued north through Oregon and Washington before crossing the Canadian border and reaching Vancouver Island.
The movie is dedicated to Stevie Smith, aka Chainsaw, a World Cup champion gravity athlete who unexpectedly passed away in May 2016.
Directed by Ryan Marcus
Produced by Mike Redding
Cinematography by Ricki Bedenbaugh, Cassidy Tillemans, Veesh, Ryan Marcus, Root One Productions
Edited by Ricki Bedenbaugh, Cassidy Tillemans, Veesh, Ryan Marcus
Colorist: Patrick Woodard
Motion Design: Blaine Birardi
Poster Illustration: El Gran Tocayo
Art Direction: Brent Waterworth
Graphic Design: Troy Smits
Narration: Dave White
Narration Written by Marissa Stokes and Kirt Voreis
Music Supervision: Lory Vincent, Tim Scanlin, Daniel Hall
Support: Ed Chavez and Ryan Perkins