A bare, white Suzuki Hayabusa and Ford E-Series van on the Golden Gate Bridge.
A yellow helmet, often worn for visibility, is the same color as a taxi. Good or bad?
60’s Honda Dream 305 Solo Seat in Castro.
Black gloves over a black jacket make for a subtle peace sign, but it’s the thought that counts, right?
“The R90S won the Daytona in 1976. They came out with this Daytona Sunrise color. They’re hand done, so no two are exactly alike.” “So, […]
Look at the helmet art and the focus in the rider’s eyes. I’d like to think the helmet is playing a role.
The “Monster” creeps out into the open as the sun sets.
I managed to take two good photos of one motorcyclist heading east on the Bay Bridge before a California Highway Patrol (CHP) motorcycle officer told me to […]
I took this photo and wondered what “Rule No. 6” was. I found the bike owner’s website, MyReverseCommute.com, with an explanation: A lot of people […]
“I’ve had the bike about 3 years. It’s been in the family for 12 years. My uncle passed it down to me. It’s a 2001 […]
I was relaxing for a couple weeks like this rider. Daily photo posts will start up again tomorrow. Unposted photo of a previously featured rider.
Early morning photo of a lonely Financial District Ducati 848 with Italian flag and 58 Sic decals. Marco Simoncelli (#58) died after an accident during […]
It’s a reference to Richard Pryor setting himself on fire after freebasing cocaine and drinking 151 rum, then running down the street on fire.
A San Francisco Parking Enforcement Officer checking if a Honda VFR has the proper neighborhood parking permit.
Quite the color combination for this Suzuki GSXR.
“My buddy and I have always owned the same bikes. These things and Harleys. He bought a nice car and this was just sitting in […]
Why We Ride: “The cliche of feeling the wind in your hair…is very true. It’s a wonderful feeling.”
The morning sun kissing the rear tire of a white Ducati Multistrada 1200.
“I use it for work. I deliver food on this thing and so I ride everyday. I have to take an aspirin by about 1 o’clock. […]
Keep those eyes open so I can see them! ;) (It wasn’t just a blink!)