SIXTEEN | The art of storytelling. 

If you have spent time with any of our recent issues, you’ll notice we’re bringing you places that don’t necessarily fall into motorcycle territory. But that's one of the inherent joys of motorcycling: the ability to connect outside of the machines themselves to people and their stories in their part of the world - artists, craftsman, adventurers, dreamers — people taking a hard swing at life. In this issue, we peer into a ruined attempt at Bonneville, meet a woman who's crafting gnarly skateboard decks from wood normally tossed or burned, and we roll back in time for an intimate conversation with a family of iconic filmmakers. And cars — coveted rides photographed in dreamy light by a young woman who can't stop capturing them.

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FEATURES

THE FLYING FLEA
Enfield’s Royal Baby

THE ART OF STORYTELLING
An afternoon with a multi-generational family of filmmakers.

LADY TRAMPS
You Meet The Nicest People On A Honda

RIDE TRASH
An interview with Gabriele Tise of Salvaged Skateboards  

BAVARIAN SCRAMBLER
Hazan Motorworks x The Mighty Motor BMW R100

PAT PERRY
A wayfaring artist’s illustrated journey. 

TRIUMPH HURRICANE
The General Lee of Motorcycles

 

DEPARTMENTS

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER
Closer.

BEHIND THE LENS
Amy Shore

WHAT WE’RE LISTENING TO
The playlist of BMW Motorrad’s Head of Vehicle Design 

SNAPSHOT
The 1958 Jack Pine Enduro

WHAT WE’RE READING
Vintage Playboy

WHAT WE’RE DRINKING
Imbibing with Leticia Cline. 

INVENTORY
Gear, goods, and more. 

STOCKIST
Town Moto

OP-ED
12 O’Clock Boys

CLOSING
Weird Wood

OPEN ROAD

SALMON RUN
Six decades of BMW in Maine’s Acadia National Park.

EYES ON THE LINE
Rookie racer & photographer Scott G Toepfer heads to the flats.