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Chris Force

Chris Force is the editor-in-chief of Sixtysix Magazine.

Dave Mucci and the Art of Custom Motorcycle-Building

Dave Mucci and the Art of Custom Motorcycle-Building

Pre-COVID, we had ridden close to 2,000 rugged miles through Vietnam, from dense cities, choked on crazed scooter riders, to pastoral rice fields sprinkled with farm animals. Our group—which included custom motorcycle builder Dave Mucci—spent two weeks hurling a fleet...
40 Years of the BMW GS Motorcycle in Photos

40 Years of the BMW GS Motorcycle in Photos

This fall BMW celebrates 40 years of their GS (Gelände/Straße, German for off-road / road) models, a concept that changed the motorcycle world. To celebrate we present a quick look at the design history of these legendary bikes, as well as an exclusive glimpse of the...
Making Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire

Making Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire

LET’S DO SOMETHING we’d all love to right about now—jump five years into the future. It’s now 2025. There’s been five years of aggressive—and I mean tear the thing down and rebuild it aggressive—innovation in the world of cars, trucks, and motorcycles. Some...
A Note from Our Home Office

A Note from Our Home Office

My desk faces east toward Lake Michigan. It would be a stunning view if it weren’t for the half-mile of lofts, college-prep schools, hotels, and mid-rise buildings between here and there. Still, it’s not bad. The desk is a three-piece job, a tabletop built to click...
Alex Strohl on Capturing Quiet Moments of Adventure

Alex Strohl on Capturing Quiet Moments of Adventure

Alex Strohl lives a life most of us daydream about. The 30-year-old French photographer spends most of the year traveling the world creating images that mix outdoor exploration with quiet contemplation. For an adventure photographer his work is understated and...
On the Road with Trips Luggage in Mexico City

On the Road with Trips Luggage in Mexico City

Vibrant, colorful, new. It’s hard to escape these three terms when reading or thinking about Mexico City. The city of nearly 9 million residents is exploding with restaurants, boutiques, hotels, museums, and galleries. Its diversity and excitement can make most other...
Daniel Simon is Transforming the Way We Drive

Daniel Simon is Transforming the Way We Drive

It’s sunny, low 70s, in the Del Rey neighborhood of West Los Angeles. A new office compound is under construction—one of many new developments aimed at making room for the tech, startup, and media companies that are flocking to the area, what’s being referred to as...