0 The Derringer Bespoke Collection

A modern interpretation of the board tracking racing motorcycles of the 1920s, Derringer cycles capture the simple, pared-down, aggressiveness of early motorsport while delivering an intricate level of personalized customization. Like their owners, no two Derringer cycles are the same. Created by renowned industrial designer Adrian Van Anz, each motorbike is meticulously appointed with unique components available at the owner's discretion.

These include such refined details as hammered copper rivets, hand-made leather saddles and white tires manufactured without the use of carbon black.
For the discerning rider, Derringer offers the opportunity to own a truly unique, one-of-a-kind motorbike that combines innovative engineering with a classic high-performance aesthetic.
Powered by a moto-hybrid drivetrain, Derringer cycles are built for our modern age. With superb fuel efficiency they have a range of 180 miles per gallon. The ultra-clean four-cycle powerplant also meets stringent CARB tier 3 emissions standards. Enjoy!

0 HBTV: Depth of Speed - A Pinch of Salt

Depth of Speed was born from a desire of story, travel and a love of anything automotive related. Next year my wife and I will be taking to the streets to uncover and document the greatest stories from the automotive world. From coast-to-coast and from top to bottom, finding the best stories will take the highest priority. Every time I meet someone new or attend an event I’m amazed at the depth, passion and love that the automotive world brings. Depth of Speed is just that – an in-depth look at these stories. There is something about motors and machines, that to an outsider looking in, would make us seem plain crazy.
We have begun the process of outfitting our trusty Scamp trailer to traverse the entire country. Known affectionately as a fiberglass egg, our Scamp will be our home for one year of our lives. At only 13 feet long it will make for a cozy year.
As we enter the concluding episode to season one of Depth of Speed, Josh Clason takes us to an American automotive mecca and the Bonneville Salt Flats. Land speed racing has gone hand in hand with Bonneville as many travel to Utah in hopes of setting the next great record. But beyond the competition has been a strong degree of camaraderie where the ultimate goal lies beyond the record books.

0 Bob Ranew's 1982 Virago XV920 by John Ryland

Once again John Ryland of Classified Moto, surprises us with his new creation, a Virago XV920R 1982, owned by Bob Ranew, with the typical personal touch of John, a gold Front suspension of a 2009 Yamaha YZF R6-R with modified triple tree and upgraded bearings. Dunlop D616 180/55-17 tires (rear), and a Metzeler ME880 130/80-17 (front). A But Ubiquitous Mojave Benelli 360 awesome tank, nickel plated with paint by our buddy Barry Griffin of Richmond, VA.Exhaust: Custom Moto Guzzi California with modified pipe and heat shield NOS scrambler style. Custom foot controls left and right with left side sprocket guard perforated metal, nickel plated. Top mounted dirt bike bars with Oury grips. A Headlight unit is 5 3/4-inch courtesy of Lloyd Vintage with nickel-plated custom made ​​cage from Used spokes. Do not turn indicators. Taillight and gauge from Tell City Acewell Cycles.
And no doubt the pictures would not be from another person's awesome genius like Adam Ewing, visit his site to see more of his work, Classified and otherwise. Enjoy!!

0 Lossa Engineering's short film "Solus"

A short film by Ricki Bedenbaugh for Lossa Engineering, "Solus". Lossa Engineering built Yamaha SR500, also featured on Cafe Racer TV season 1. Lossa Engineering