‘There are two things no man will admit he cannot do well: drive and make love.’ Sir Stirling Moss
Charlie Stockwell & The Future of Custom Motorcycling
Charlie Stockwell, of Warr’s Harley-Davidson in London, is a master in the art of motorcycle design, limited only by the wonders of his imagination.
Harley Davidson’s New Wave
The ‘Motor Company’ is enjoying a renaissance as of late, highlighted by a new trio of exceptional motorcycles that have transcended the brand’s somewhat colloquial roots.
Ducati’s New Café Racer: From Rebellion to Respectability
The café racer motorbike underlines a powerful evolution from trendy subculture to cult classic.
Invest: Talbot Lago T150-C SS ‘Teardrop’
The Rake raises a glass to the ‘Teardrop’, one of the most beautifully crafted cars in the history of motoring.
Invest: Harley Davidson XLCR
Nick Scott celebrates “the mature male’s tendency towards gloriously frivolous acquisitions”, with a Harley Davidson XLCR.
High Society: JetSmarter Rethinks Luxury Travel
The Rake gets on board with game-changing technology from aviation experts at JetSmarter, who are putting travel at your fingertips.
New Terrain: Range Rover Velar
Land Rover’s transition from rural grunt vehicle to elegant urban cruiser is complete, with the release of the new Range Rover Velar.
First Place: Porsche 356 Convertible D
How does Porsche’s first production model fare aesthetically, financially and spiritually compared to the more famous 911? The Rake‘s Associate Editor finds out.