A look at the true legends of the motorcycling world

Evel KnievelEvel Knievel
There isn’t a more famous motorcycle stuntman in the world than Evel Knievel. His name is synonymous with guts, determination and not just a little craziness; it’s easy to understand why. The man from Montana stunned the globe with his perilous jumps, completing seemingly impossible daredevil feats and experiencing numerous motorbike accidents as he pushed the laws of physics to new levels... Read more

 

Barry Sheene
Millions of people the world over can trace their passion for motorbikes back to Barry Sheen, a two-time world champion and a man that refused to let two horrific motorcycle accidents stop him competing at the very top.  He did more for British racing than anyone else and not only was he a superb rider, but also a genuinely nice guy with a cheeky grin and a wicked sense of humour…   Read more

 

Steve McQueenSteve McQueen
It's impossible to present a study of motorcycling legends without casting a brief glance in the direction of Steve McQueen. The King of Cool was not only an awesome actor but a guy with a passion for all things fast and furious. Sadly, Steve McQueen is no more but his legend lives on and will continue to do so for many years to come... Read more

 
 
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