Contrariamente a quando possa sembrare a prima vista questa Yamaha XS 850 modificata in stile postatomico , non è realizzata con pezzi di fortuna e in economia , ma sono stati utilizzati componenti di prim ordine come si può notare nel reparto sospensioni e anche la verniciatura pur dando l'effetto ruggine e trascurato ha richiesto molto lavoro per ottenere questo risultato
Visto che lo Staff di Zuckerberg sembra sia molto puritano ,hanno cancellato questa immagine dalla pagina del Rocketgarage su facebook , io ve le ripropongo qui e fate voi la vostra scelta ,
"Butt or Boobs ?"
Given that the Staff of Zuckerberg seems to be very puritanical, have deleted this image from the Rocketgarage page on facebook, I will propose again the here and let you make your choice,
"Butt or Boobs?"
La Horex dopo aver presentato la Roadster ora presenta la Versione Cafe racer sempre equipaggiata con il suo motore 6 cilindri da 1218 cc per un potenza di 125 cv a 8500 giri , ne sranno prodoette solo 33 unità a un prezzo di 33.333 Euro
Photo By Linden Adams Born in 1971 right the middle of the golden era of motor sport, Linden’s destiny was almost written for him as his Dad was a keen racer and photographer. Driven by the sights, sounds and
smells of the high octane action he desperately needed to be involved.
By his own admission a frustrated artist, Linden decided to take photography a little more seriously to express his artistic flare. During 2005 there was a major turning point in his career having done freelance projects for various magazines. Linden took the arduous role of Press Officer for Racing Teams such as the successful Raceway Yamaha Factory Team. Having broken away from the modern race series he now concentrates on his pursuit to widen his contemporary look at the fascinating sport and culture of motorcycling. Linden is no stranger to the thrills of motorcycling having owned a wide variety of bikes over the last 24 years including Race bikes, race replicas, choppers even a classic Spondon amongst the collection. He is now concentrating on building his own Café Racer based on the Honda VTR but by his own admission bike building takes a back seat when so much photographic work is on the books.
“I love nothing more than being asked to photograph someone’s pride and joy especially when the individual has equal passion , I swear I bleed Castrol R it’s now a way of life”