All the videos you see here are produced by us. We bring these stories to you because we're passionate about the experience of motorcycling. It's one thing to show a motorcycle being ridden, but we want to explore unique and personal rider stories and the love they have for their bike.
These are all everyday riders. Some like to build their bike into something unique, others will simply tinker and leave the serious stuff to professionals. Either way, they all share one thing in common; the love of riding.
These are films are about you, your bikes and your stories.
Italy has the Stelvio Pass. America has Route 66. And for Australians who live along the Eastern Seaboard, the Oxley Highway arguably one of Australia’s best riding roads.
While it might not be the most glamourous of rides but commuting to and from work via motorcycle is a rare privilege
Presenting "Thruxton Run", a new weekly series following Wenley Andrews as he takes on a custom build project to transform a Triumph Thruxton R in time for a reveal at the Throttle Roll bike show on April 15.
Having lived, worked and endured public transport in New York City for 9 years, Kristen decided it was finally time to get back on two wheels and buy her dream bike; a Triumph Bonneville.
When that time finally came, Kristen not only found all the great things that come with riding a motorcycle, but she also rediscovered New York City in a whole new light.
Both originally from Sweden, Maria and her best friend, Nina, love to ride.
For the first time, they spontaneously decide to pack swags onto their bikes, head out of Sydney and camp on the first secluded beach they find.
The story continues between the Rising Sun Workshop in Sydney and The Kustom Kommune in Melbourne.
Two cities, two communal bike workshops, two bikes and one build competition.
We follow Melbourne workshop, Kustom Commune and Sydney workshop Rising Sun as they face off against one another to build a custom Harley 48 Sportster.
When Dan Fitch set out to build a custom 1973 Harley Davidson Ironhead, his vision would be challenged. Challenged by a builder who would, change Dan's vision into something magnificent.
2-stoke dirt racing usually takes a certain state of mind.
When that state of mind is made up by four riders with a collective sense of fun, rivalry and lack of seriousness, the racing can only get better.
We all have our alter egos.
But for Wenley, building a beastly custom 2008 Triumph Bonneville in his spare time isn't enough. When he rides his MadMax he finds his escape from the everyday and becomes a badass in the night.
After hanging up his racing helmet and giving the dirt racers away, Chris realised he needed to keep bikes in his life. And so, began his life as a road rider and the build of his beautiful Tiger hardtail that would also later bring him solace.
Combine all the elements that make motorcycling great: the sights, the sounds, the smells, the sun on your face, the people you meet and it makes for an intoxicating chemistry.
For this owner of a custom 1974 Honda CB360 flattracker, incorporating various elements from his own dirt bike and family history of speedway racing resulted in a build of the perfect ride.
One man's peak hour traffic is another man's bliss. For this custom Honda CB125 owner, peak hour is pure, adrenaline spiked, fun.
Having travelled from the other side of the world, Brad found that his life in Australia only really begun when he rediscovered his love of motorcycles on the back of a Yamaha SR400.