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Steve Jobs riding his 1966 BMW motorcycle. Via National Geographic article titled "High Tech, High Risk, and High Life in Silicon Valley," (Oct. photos by Charles O’Rear.

Steve Jobs and Bill Gates back in 1981

Steve Jobs Bill Gates, 1991 - by George Lange. Taken at Steve Jobs' home.

lauren hutton + robert redford, 1970

B is for Biker Babes For one of her first film roles, Lauren Hutton cozied up to Robert Redford. From Little Fauss and Big Halsy, 1970

McQueen/Triumph/San Francisco

“ Steve McQueen, Jacqueline Bisset, and a Triumph Bonneville, San Francisco, on the set of Bullitt. This is a perfect photo.


BMW Motorrad Ad - If you want to be happy for a day, drink. If you want to be happy for a year, marry. If you want to be happy for a lifetime, ride a BMW.

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motorbike DP Customs 1979 Harley Cafe Racer Honda Kawasaki - Deus 'Moto Grigio' - Pipeburn - Purveyors of Classic Motorcycles, Cafe Rac.

Paul Newman.   Not usually captured with full smile!

Just a Car Guy: Steve McQueen and Paul Newman. both motorbike riders, when I worked in Manhattan, I was crossing the street next to Macy's and there at the curb stopped at a light was Newman on a motorcycle -

Custom BMW R1100GS | CRD Custom BMW R1100GS by Cafe Racer Dreams of Madrid, For this Project they Choose to customize a BMW R1100GS Into a "Desert Scrambler" This BMW Scrambler is still a work in progress waiting for further images and build info

Cafe Racer Dreams(CRD) from Madrid took a BMW GS and transformed it into this awesome Desert Scrambler”. The build is still a work-in-progress so not much info is available on this bad boy, we will wait for CRD to update their website portfoli

R75 - the bike I used to have...

BMW R75/6 cafe racer

BMW airheads respond well to the cafe racer treatment. But you don’t often see one with a mono-shock conversion. This 1976 BMW (above) is owned by graphic designer Casey Wilkinson of the motorcycle-mad Wilkinson Brothers.