Bikerlifestyle is all about the custom biker scene, the bikes, the people, the rallies and the custom shows. but as a petrol-head i also appreciate most things with an engine such as hotrods,kitcars, and classics, but my main love is custom motorcycles.
this site is also here to share my love of photography, so be warned there may be flowers and random crap ….
there are thousands of photos on this site, probably one of the uks largest on-line collections of custom motorcycle,rally and show photos available.
some of my pet peeves on websites is the forced likes or annoying popups before you can see the content, along with the one image per page then click the damn next button, again there will be non of that here, just huge walls of easily accessible images.
whilst we all love motorcycles and the amount of enjoyment both the bikes and the lifestyle bring, sadly to say there are also massive downsides to our passion.
We have all lost way to many friends and brothers due to accidents, incidents and collisions, and to some extent we accept these risks as part of the biker-lifestyle.
We are all used to friends bragging about their scars, burns, road rash and broken bones. But no one talks about Brain Injury, which is more common than most people think it has many symptoms ranging from depression to paralysis and many things in between such as cognitive issues, sexual dysfunction, and loss of memory.
I intend to change this and will cover all this in the disability section
Well as photos are my memories i will continue to take as many as i can,
if you have custom motorcycle events that you want photographed then send me an invite
Bikerlifestyle started up as a yahoo group, then evolved into a website, then a forum all in various designs (some of them crappy lol), now after Facebook destroyed many forums it is more about the photos,
I am in a wheelchair with a brain injury from a motorcycle crash where a lorry pulled out in-front of me, Bikerlifestyle allows me to be around custom bikes and fellow bikers, despite not being able to ride any more
Whilst there are many charities which support injured bikers the one that has helped me the most is Headway the acquired brain injury charity Headway