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*All images and footage used in this video is the sole property of its owners. Motorcycle Diaries claims no ownership of any of the images/footage in the above video* Triumph - Each and every one of us has dreamed of owning one and a lucky bunch of us have the joy of owning one. But the company we know now didn't always have the legendary status that it has today. Watch as we take you through our time capsule and tell you a tale of the legendary brand that is Triumph Motorcycles. Visit www.motorcyclediaries.in for all two wheel related news and info.
In honor of Black History Month, we're celebrating the contributions and achievements of African Americans through stories of resilience, change and culture. In this reel, we tell the heroic story of Robert Smalls, meet with Cleo Hearn, a professional cowboy who overcame racism and significant challenges in rodeos across the U.S., and sing along with Lovely Hoffman, an educator and musician who is using music to empower young women of color. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Human Condition series. Come along and let us connect you to some of the most peculiar, stirring, extraordinary, and distinctive people in the world. Got a story idea for us? Shoot us an email at hey [at] GreatBigStory [dot] com Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KAB...
I visited the London Motorcycle Museum this week to be shown around the classic Triumph bikes by my friend Geoff Selvidge. This is part 1 of a two part video talking about the history of Triumph Motorcycles, some of the characters involved and taking a look at some of the key machines such as the TT550, TR6 Trophy, Speed Twin, Tiger 80, Tiger cub and many others...stay tuned for part 2 soon! I use the following equipment to record and edit my VLOGs:- GoPro HD Hero 2 and 4 cameras Nikon D7100 DSLR for static and video shots with various lenses Lavalier microphone and sellotape for in helmet audio - £9 from E-Bay Power Director 8 for the PC (for video editing) Lavalier microphone for in garage audio - £20 E-Bay My current motorcyles are:- Honda CRF250L Triumph Street Triple R BMW R1200GS...
The Triumph Motor Company was a British car and motor manufacturing company. The Triumph marque (trade-name) is owned currently by BMW. The marque had its origins in 1885 when Siegfried Bettmann (1863--1951) of Nuremberg initiated S. Bettmann & Co and started importing bicycles from Europe and selling them with his own trade-name in London. The trade-name became "Triumph" the year next, and in 1887 Bettmann was joined by a partner, Moritz (Maurice) Schulte, also from Germany. Beginning in 1889 the businessmen started producing their own bicycles in Coventry, England. In November 1944 what was left of the Triumph Motor Company and the Triumph trade-name were bought by the Standard Motor Company and a subsidiary "Triumph Motor Company (1945) Limited" was formed with production transferred t...
Having lived, worked and endured public transport in New York City for 9 years, Kristen decided it was finally time to get back on two wheels and buy her dream bike; a Triumph Bonneville. When that time finally came, Kristen not only found all the great things that come with riding a motorcycle, but she also rediscovered New York City in a whole new light. Cinematography by Brian Stansfield @ Run Riot Films Original Music by Jack Elkins Directed + Cut by Cam Elkins ------- This episode was made possible by the generous people at: - Sydney Cafe Racers (http://www.throttleroll.com) - Run Riot Films (http://www.runriotfilms.com) - The Rosewood Girl Band (http://www.therosewoodgirl.com) - Jane Motorcycles (http://www.janemotorcycles.com) - The Miss-Fires (http://www.themissfires.com) - T...
We all have our alter egos. During the day we blend into our jobs and daily roles. Often we yearn for an escape, even if it's temporary. For Wenley, builder of a beastly custom 2008 Triumph Bonneville in his spare time, . when he rides the MadMax he finds his escape from the everyday and shrugs off his invisibility for the night. ------- For more info on this story visit http://www.storiesofbike.com Find on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/StoriesBike Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/StoriesOfBike (#StoriesOfBike) See us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/storiesofbike (@StoriesOfBike) Hear us on SoundCloud : https://soundcloud.com/storiesofbike Be sure to check out Australian Cafe Racers at http://www.australiancaferacers.com Ride Safe.
In this clip, from an episode of "Two Wheels Better", Jeff Stone is in Pickenham at the National Motorcycle Museum giving us a history of the great British bike and having a look at some of their earliest bikes, including the first Triumph - the 1902 model. Original Air Date: 05.01.1997 ------------------ Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE for more content! http://www.youtube.com/user/menandmotors?sub_confirmation=1 © Men and Motors - One Media iP 2016
On December 24, 2007, life changed for Garett Williamson. Through courage, faith, and family, he has risen above this tragedy and hopes to be a source of encouragement to others who face life altering tragedies like himself. Don't let adversity define who you are or what you are capable of doing with your life. Adversity shapes us as individuals, making us stronger and more prepared to face the challenges life throws at us later down the road.
A story of triumph over adversity.
Entertainment reporter Tim Estiloz profiles the true story behind the film, Glory Road starring Josh Lucas and Jon Voight. This riveting film spotlights the true story of college basketball coach Don Haskins, and his all black team of players from El Paso's Texas Western University. This phenomenally talented and brave team made history... by breaking down segregation barriers in 1966... by playing in the NCAA Championships and winning. The film features a cast of talented young African-American actors and athletes... and actual video of the team from the era. The films was produced by meag Hollywood producer Jerry Bruckheimer and features a rare one-on-one interview with Bruckheimer himself. This story was written and produced by Tim Estiloz. See more of Tim's celebrity interv...
Combine all the elements that make motorcycling great: the sights, the sounds, the smells, the sun on your face, the people you meet and it makes for an intoxicating chemistry. It's the kind of chemistry that this 2009 Triumph Bonneville owner discovered as a boy and has been hooked on ever since. ------- See more footage of the Royal Signals White Helmets Motorcycle Display team performing at the 1987 Royal Tournament : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PM6dPWJ79JY ------- For more info on this story visit http://www.storiesofbike.com Find on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/StoriesBike Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/StoriesOfBike (#StoriesOfBike) See us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/storiesofbike (@StoriesOfBike) Hear us on SoundCloud : https://soundcloud.com/storie...
For Chris, the talented builder of this 1971 Triumph Tiger bobber, romance comes in many forms. And, like most of us who have known romance, Chris is not one who would part with his romances lightly. After hanging up his racing helmet and giving the dirt racers away, Chris realised he needed to keep bikes in his life. And so, began his life as a road rider and the build of his beautiful Tiger hardtail that would also later bring him solace. ------- Update: Unfortunately Karen lost her battle with cancer on December 4, 2014. She was surrounded by her husband, Chris and her two sons Tom and Josh. Read more about Karen here: http://www.storiesofbike.com/stories/goodbye-karen ------- For more info on this story visit http://www.storiesofbike.com Find on Facebook: http://www.facebook...
In October 2006 Sam Cawthorn fell asleep at the wheel, before crashing into a semi-trailer at a combined speed of 206km/h. He was pronounced clinically dead by paramedics for three minutes. Today, Sam shares his story to Fortune 500 companies and has written an international best selling book called 'Bounce Forward'. Watch as Sam shares his inspiring story at Awesomeness Fest Thailand, 2014. Sam is an authority in personal and corporate resilience, best selling author, professional speaking coach, philanthropist, and was named ‘Young Australian of the Year’ in 2009. Sam’s is a thought leader in ‘peak performance and turnarounds’, and his research and message focuses on ‘bouncing forward’ through difficult times. See incredible speakers like Sam live at Awesomeness Fest. Awesomeness F...
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Your evil eyes with your glass shaped prize
You smell of smoke with your dirty clothes
We're all afraid of your twelve-step stage
You lose control and you won't let go
You say we're weak, but you can't even speak
You scream your words and they don't flow
Your killer rage feels so much pain
You're one last tick of a time bomb
And I'll someday I will
Bleed the story of
The times you took from me
And I will bleed the story of
The youth you wasted me
I finalize that one last time I've gone away and found my home
You feel ashamed for the life you claim
We've said goodbye and you're all alone
You compromise with the letters you write
But ink is dry and we're way too strong
You give a rose for the stones you've thrown
And that's a shame 'cause you're to late
And I run on, run on, run on, run on out
'Cause I don't want to be that way
Running from the things I've seen running from the name of shame
My silver eyes with my brand new life
The memory stays as I go on
And all the seams that were ripped from me have bound their strands
And I'll do no harm
And someday I'll find a way to trade that pain
And all that's wrong about a man who raised his hand