Little Chefs might be disappearing from our motorways, but Ace Cafe on London's North Circular ring road still proudly serving fry-ups and knickerbocker glories—81 years after it first opened.
As one of the greatest Isle of Man TT racers of all time, John McGuinness has felt his fair share of elation and tragedy out on the course. Here, we speak to him about life, death, family and lost friends.
It's a step towards full autonomy.
If you've got $80,000 to burn and want something to do while you wait for 'Bill and Ted 3,' the actor has you covered.
While he's seen as a bit of a young prick by the older generation, he's undeniably developing quite the solid fan-base.
I could hear a weird gurgling sound every time I tried to get air. I thought "this is it. You've done it this time."
St Petersburg's Homoto say they're more about helping people hook up than politics, but it's hard to ignore their country's anti-LGBT legislation and all the homophobic, ultra-nationalist motorbike clubs who want them dead.
"We ride together, we protect each other. When we ride in formation, we are a well-oiled machine. We watch out for people on the road; when we change lanes, we make our presence known."