THE MALLE MILE - 2017

This film was shot at the Malle London event ‘The Mile’ 2017.
Motorcycles of all description line up to compete in the ‘Hill Climb’ event.
An eclectic mix of Vintage, Classic, Bobbers, Brats, Cafe Racer, Modern machines and Scooters roll up to take on each other, sometimes its a miss match - but no one seems to care.
The event took place in the grounds of Kefington Hall and was organised by Robert and Jonathan of Malle London.

 

HOXTON MOTO'S build of a Harley Davidson Beach Racer from a 1974 Ironhead 1000cc.

Hand built by Hoxton Moto ally fuel tank, oil tank, air intake, race plates and seat pan. Handle Bars, mudguard, levers, grips, instruments, front brake and lighting from autojumbles. Girder Forks and Rear Suspension manufactured and fitted by Jake Robbins Engineering. Seat covered by Glenn Moger.

 

 

REVOLUTION Motorcycle Exhibition - PROMO

The exhibition is curated to challenge the ‘greasy biker’ perception of motorcycling through a unique collection of conceptual design and contemporary art, celebrating the skills and craftsmanship of artists and engineers inspired by the motorcycle.

This year the show was held in the Baker Mamonova Gallery, St. Leonards-On-Sea near Hastings, East Sussex.

There were over 25 custom / classic bikes, motorcycle artwork, photography and film.

SOUTH AMERICA MOTORCYCLE DIARIES - PROMO

Adventure Motorcyclist 'Spencer Conway' is one third into his epic journey circumnavigating South America.
This promo was edited from the footage we have received so far from his filming in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia.
For more details and an up-to-date blog of his trip CLICK on his website www.spencer-conway.com

 

THE MILE

This film was shot at the Malle London event ‘The Mile’ 2016.
Motorcycles of all description line up to compete in the ‘Hill Climb’ and ’Sprint’ events.
An eclectic mix of Vintage, Classic, Bobbers, Brats, Cafe Racer, Modern machines and Scooters roll up to take on each other, sometimes its a miss match - but no one seems to care.
The event took place in the grounds of Kefington Hall and was organised by Robert and Jonathan of Malle London.

 

 

DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMAN'S RIDE

The DGR is an event held each year to raise awareness and funds to support research to cure Prostate Cancer.
Over 40,000 Dapper Gentlemen and Gentlewomen from around the world put on their finest and ride their custom and classic motorcycles for charity.
The event takes place on the same day of the year in 410 cities from 79 countries. Over the years the event has raised over 4 million US Dollars.
This film was made during the London, UK gathering, which was kindly organised by The Bike Shed crew.

 

AFRICAN MOTORCYCLE DIARIES - PROMO

Adventure Motorcyclist Spencer Conway circumnavigates Africa on his Yamaha Tenere 660 unsupported on his own.
Filmed on a diary cam, this unique series of 6 x 30 minute episodes is to be transmitted in November on the Travel Channel in the UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

This Promo is just a taste of what Spencer endured.

 

 

MALLE LONDON - 'THE MILE' - STORY

This is a short film about Malle London’s event ‘The Mile’.
Motorcycles of all description line up in pairs to race from a standing start over the 8th mile dash.
An eclectic mix of Vintage, Classic, Bobbers, Brats, Cafe Racer, Modern machines and Scooters roll up to take on each other, sometimes its a miss match - but no one seems to care.
The film captures the atmosphere of the relaxed event and celebrates the motorcycle and their riders.
It features, Gareth Roberts, Jake Robbins, Jamie Ireson, Calum from deBolex and Alec from Old Empire

MALLE LONDON - THE MILE - PROLOGUE

This is a short film about Malle London’s event ‘The Mile’.
Motorcycles of all description line up in pairs to race from a standing start over the 8th mile dash.
An eclectic mix of Vintage, Classic, Bobbers, Brats, Cafe Racer, Modern machines and Scooters roll up to take on each other, sometimes its a miss match - but no one seems to care.
The event took place in the grounds of Kefington Hall and was organised by Robert and Jonathan of Malle.
The film captures the atmosphere of the relaxed event and celebrates the motorcycle and their riders. The words are read by Harvey Cook.

MAD DOGS

Filmed on the busy streets of London, this film is about the city's dispatch riders. It's an insight into their job, how they are perceived, the dangers and the sometimes strange packages they are asked to deliver.

'Mad Dogs' captures what life is like on the streets of London through a series of interviews with dispatch riders. Without the use of narration the riders speak for themselves, giving a frank, honest and sometime colourful account of their lives. Although filmed in the 90s not a lot has changed over the years.

The original film is 30 minutes, it is now in 3 parts for our youtube channel.

Part 1 - Respect, Reputation and Packages

Part 2 - Receptionists, Pedestrians and Controllers

Part 3 - Motorists, Dangers and Future