Celebrity Cars

Celebrity Cars

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Erik Buell, the motorcycle designer, can now add guitar designer to his list of accomplishments, thanks to an exclusive collaboration with Queensrÿche guitarist Mike Stone and Peavey, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of musical instruments. Buell’s friendship with Stone led to the collaboration with the Peavey Custom Shop. The Mike Stone Signature MS-1 guitar features an original contoured mahogany body shape developed by Stone and Buell. The neck contains inlay blocks with (...)
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Italian legend Giacomo Agostini will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s Legend of the Motorcycle Concours. Agostini, known to millions of fans worldwide as “Ago”, is the world’s greatest motorcycle grand prix racer with 15 Grand Prix World Championship titles. While fellow Italian and World Champion racer Valentino Rossi is close on his heels in terms of career titles, no one has yet to match Ago’s incredible record on the track. Most closely associated with famed Italian (...)
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The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, the country’s premier showcase of motorcycling heritage and history, will spotlight over a hundred of the world’s most recognizable enthusiasts in its new exhibit, "MotoStars: Celebrities + Motorcycles." Scheduled to open in late March 2008, the 8,000-square-foot exhibit will feature many priceless machines, exclusive memorabilia and tales from celebrities’ favorite two-wheel adventures. A dedication ceremony for "MotoStars: Celebrities + (...)
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The award winning UK charity, Riders for Health is offering people the chance to own a motorcycle owned by the U2 lead singer and activist, Bono, in an auction to support their lifesaving work in Africa. This once in a lifetime opportunity is set to take place at the International Motorcycle and Scooter Show at the Birmingham NEC which runs from 23rd November – 2nd December. The red Ducati 916 has a truly star-studded history having belonged to the late INXS front-man Michael Hutchence, (...)
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Famous GEICO Motorcycle personality "Big Rick" Hoffman of Logic Motors has created an exclusive GEICO CHOPPER for auction in support of Bikers for Tykes. GEICO Motorcycle joined together with PNC Bank and Price Waterhouse Coopers in 2006 to bring the metropolitan DC community a unique family event, Bikers for Tykes. The event was held on the GEICO campus in Chevy Chase and has become an annual fundraiser for local charities. This year, Bikers for Tykes will be hosted in 3 (...)
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Through the years Bat Bikes became Batman’s extension, those great machines that always got him out of danger, and the forthcoming 2008 Batman makes no exception. The Batpod, as it is called will do the job once again in “The Dark Night” movie, as the bike has been spotted in action for the very first time. It is great to know that six full-working Batpods are ready for the film as we speak. They are ridden by stuntman Jean Pierre Goy, who has done most of the riding for the film in order (...)
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Orange County Choppers is getting bigger and bigger. No, not the guys from Orange County (they will probably grow even bigger when their Chop House will open in September), their firm. This month OCC is planning to open an 11,500-square-foot retail store in the Palisades Center in West Nyack, N.Y. and for next winter OCC has plans to move into a 100, 000-square-foot world headquarters in Newburgh, N.Y. Anything coming from OCC means bigger, better looking and performing so I am not (...)
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The two who recently completed their latest riding documentary, Long Way Down (the adventure which took them from John O’Grants to Cape Town in South Africa), announced plans for another trip which will start somewhere “down” and finish “up”. “We are already talking about doing another one-we’re thinking about calling it Long Way Up and starting from South Africa, that sort of thing. If people are happy to watch it than we are more than happy to do another one.” said Charley Boorman. We are (...)
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After 85 days of traveling, the 15,000 mile motorcycle journey reached its epic conclusion. After traveling through Europe and Africa, British actor Ewan McGregor and his pal Charley Boorman, finally reached Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday 4 August. The journey – which began in May 2007 in John O’Groats, Scotland and took the duo through 18 countries, including Libya, Ethiopia, Sudan and Rwanda - will be broadcast on BBC2 television series “The Long Way Down”. Ewan McGregor says: (...)

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