Wheels and Waves 2015 Part 1

Nous l'avons attendu, Nick Clements (Mensfile) l'a réalisé, voici la première partie de notre film Wheels and Waves 2015.
Finally done... we proudly present the first part of our Movie done by Nick Clements
This year Wheels & Waves hosted a vast range of styles and disciplines in motorcycle design, styling, building, riding and fun racing. There was also art, music and an impressive market place. Unfortunately, the surf was flat.
To encapsulate all this in one movie would be difficult so we have chosen the theme of PEOPLE to illustrate the diversity of attitudes and ideas present over the four days and then made the film in two parts.
PART TWO will be out in August 2015

Cette année Wheels & Waves confirme son écléctisme et sa volonté de présenter tous les genres dans le design et le style motocycliste. Le ride et la course sont aussi des composants essentiels de l'événement, sans oublier l'exposition Artride, les concerts et le village de la Cité de l'Océan. Malheureusement le surf était absent pour faute de vagues.
Nous commençons ici avec un premier film ou le réalisateur s'est attaché à la description de cette diversité au travers d'interviews.
La deuxième partie sera présentée en Aout 2015

Wheels & Waves 2015 Part 1 from Dir. Nick Clements on Vimeo.

The Wheels and Waves festival 2015 was extraordinary for its bikes, its racing, its art, its music, its style, but most of all its people. This eight minute film takes you through the first two days of the happening.


Last Summer Journey

It's been almost one year, and I never published theses photos taken during our roadtrip in the south of Spain. Life goes so fast, we have been very busy the last months because of our event, but i don't give up... this blog, is still alive even if the statistics are close from null.

To jump on the road and “take French leave”, does it mean something to you ? For us, it seems obvious: going on a trip with our motorcycles is in our blood, it comes as a vital need.
Why would we have so much passion if our bikes were just to admire in the back of our garage ?
From where we already are in the South of France, the easiest and the most attracting way to go is furthermore towards the South.
The appeal to reach the most southern point of Europe stood like a magnet.

We loved exploring Andalucia, this beautiful and wild piece of land.
We travelled through the winds of the Iberian Peninsula, drove on many stunning roads, partied on long summer nights sometimes 'til the morning.
We felt alive !

Crossing the Pyrenean mountains around Bielsa port with two Guzzis
Monte Perdido

los Monegros
Somewhere in the suburbs of Madrid
Madrilenos will recognize the cave of Doctor Jalisco
WW2 R75
Polo joined the forces in Zargoza
Rickman Kawasaki
2 rares British bikes in Spain

El Jefe Doctor Jalisco

Juan Ramon

the carb sync and compression check 15:1 is a lot ...put a gasket  !!
Looking for shadow

Alberto Garcia Alix


David at work
David and Anthony enjoying the dirty Duoglide
Zahara de la Sierra
Anthony aka Matt Black customs
The lone Wolf
the Basecamp in Tarifa
small eyes, strong night
like  a modern Manet painting

My Half
Fred II
Mala chicas
Ronda point of view
Zahara de la sierra
locals only