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Free to wander DVD review

April 8th, 2009 Jesper Bram 5 Comments »

Underground independent motorcycle movies are popping up all over the place these days. Some might be better off as YouTube clips, and some really offers cool insights that the polished Discovery shows can’t come close to. Free to wander is a bit in both camps. The interviews with the motorcycle riders, artists and fabricators are […] Continue reading

Time to try something new on Helmet Hair. There’s a few motorcycle games floating around that you can embed on your own webpages. I’m going to try and embed one, play around with it for a bit, and write my opinion on the game as comments. Feel free to join the fun and say what […] Continue reading

Winter is just around the corner and it’s time to take your darling to pieces for polishing and lubing. That’s your motorcycle I’m talking about. Don’t get any funny ideas. There’s nothing like taking your bike apart when winter starts to really take good care of it this year. But three months later, riding season […] Continue reading

Grab-it pack review

September 3rd, 2008 Jesper Bram 6 Comments »

Now here’s a nifty little gadget for carrying the essentials with you on your motorcycle. The people behind Grab-it Pack, as this baby is called, was kind enough to send me one for review. First impression out of the box was that it’s a wee bit light and flimsy in the materials. But I’ve been […] Continue reading

Brittown DVD review

May 21st, 2008 Jesper Bram 5 Comments »

Just watched Brittown the new motorcycle movie from the guys behind Chopper Town – The Sinners. Brittown follows a guy called Meatball who excels in building vintage British motorcycles like Triumph, BSA etc. The movie is loaded with paralyzing moments of cool vintage motorcycles being put to actual use. The filmmakers Scott Di Lalla and […] Continue reading

Highly Recommended: This DVD is no ordinary sequel; it’s more of an improvement on an already brilliant concept. As the guys at Choppahead put it: “If you haven’t seen volume 1, you might be asking yourself – “What the hell is this DVD series, anyhow?” Well, take a chopper documentary, an old skateboard video and […] Continue reading

DVD review: Roland Sands, New Blood

June 15th, 2007 Jesper Bram 1 Comment »

New Blood is a documentary about the building of the KRV5 Tracker, which Roland Sands built after the Kenny Roberts race team boldly handed him one of their KRV5 MotoGP engines, and said “build something”. Roland Sands, now a custom motorcycle builder, is a former 250GP Superbike National Champion, and knows very well what a […] Continue reading

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