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Vintage Biker

Collection by Marco Moraleda

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 Even John Wayne rode a Honda. What do you say now Larry (I ride a Harley) Kleasner? Enduro Vintage, Motos Vintage, Vintage Motorcycles, Honda Motorcycles, Bagger Motorcycle, Motorcycle Touring, Retro Motorcycle, Motorcycle Shop, Vintage Bicycles

John Wayne On A Motorcycle - (SILODROME)

This great photograph of John Wayne was taken in 1970 on the set of Big Jake, a western set in 1909. Wayne is said to have used the Honda to get around the set and there are rumours that he wrote the bike off one evening after having had a few too many drinks and attempting to ride back to his trailer.

Jeff Leisk Yamaha Motocross, Motocross Love, Motocross Racer, Vintage Motocross, Mx Racing, Dirt Bike Racing, Off Road Racing, Dirt Biking, Honda Dirt Bike

Jeff Leisk 1990

Explore Tony Blazier's photos on Flickr. Tony Blazier has uploaded 31378 photos to Flickr.

Type that fills a shape Vintage Graphic Design, Graphic Design Typography, Graphic Design Illustration, Logo Design, Design Poster, City Logo, Pin Up, Poster Ads, Elements Of Design

Alex Ramon Mas | Disseny Gràfic Barcelona

Blog Estudi Alex Ramon Mas | Disseny gràfic | Imatge Corporativa | Il·lustració | Pàgines Web Tel. 625 35 84 74 · estudi@alexramonmas.com

Easy Rider is a 1969 American road movie written by Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, and Terry Southern, produced by Fonda and directed by Hopper. It was a landmark counterculture film that helped shape the films in Hollywood in the Motos Vintage, Vintage Motorcycles, Custom Motorcycles, Peter Fonda Easy Rider, Steeve Mcqueen, Sweet Caroline, Porsche Boxster, Royal Enfield, Classic Movies

Photo of the Day: Peter Fonda in Easy Rider

Peter Fonda in the 'Easy Rider' movie. 'A man went looking for America and couldn't find it anywhere.'The basics in the Peter Fonda look from Easy Rider: a leather jacket decorated with a Department of Defense badge and American Flag patch on the back, a gold Rolex (not shown on the photo), Ray-Ban Olympian sunglasses, and an American flag open-face helmet. Apparently the original Easy Rider gear was sold at auction in 2007 by Fonda---the flag patch was $50 K, D.O.D. badge, $15, and the…

Exhilarating The Great Charm of Vintage Cars Motos Vintage, Motorcycle Posters, Girl Motorcycle, Cool Motorcycles, Vintage Motorcycles, London Map, Shirt Print Design, Tampons, Vintage Artwork

20 Cool Motorcycle Culture Hand Lettering Illustrations

The hand drawn style of lettering and illustration is particularly popular in certain underground circles and communities. One of the most popular is the custom motorcycle culture, with retro and vintage artwork being designed for custom garage or club logos, posters and apparel. This post showcases 20 cool motorcycle themed illustrations that all feature the […]

Arguably the biggest boost for Triumph motorcycles came from Marlon Brando’s 1954 movie “The Wild One.” Riding his own 1950 Thunderbird, Brando portrayed motorcycle gang member Johnny in the film that started the biker-flick genre. Motos Vintage, Vintage Bikes, Vintage Motorcycles, Vintage Cars, Retro Bikes, Vintage Photos, Marlon Brando, Rockabilly, Super Sport

A RICH LEGACY OF REBELLION | TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLES

Kenny Brown, the “Wild Man” of motorcycle trick-riding is seen here tearing it up on a Triumph. Or rebellious riders, I should say. Thanks to the The Jockey Journal for these amazing p…

Easy Rider is a 1969 American road movie written by Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, and Terry Southern, produced by Fonda and directed by Hopper. It was a landmark counterculture film that helped shape the films in Hollywood in the Motos Vintage, Vintage Motorcycles, Custom Motorcycles, Peter Fonda Easy Rider, Steeve Mcqueen, Sweet Caroline, Porsche Boxster, Royal Enfield, Classic Movies

Photo of the Day: Peter Fonda in Easy Rider

Peter Fonda in the 'Easy Rider' movie. 'A man went looking for America and couldn't find it anywhere.'The basics in the Peter Fonda look from Easy Rider: a leather jacket decorated with a Department of Defense badge and American Flag patch on the back, a gold Rolex (not shown on the photo), Ray-Ban Olympian sunglasses, and an American flag open-face helmet. Apparently the original Easy Rider gear was sold at auction in 2007 by Fonda---the flag patch was $50 K, D.O.D. badge, $15, and the…