Greg Williams

After graduating from the Journalism program at Mount Royal College in 1995, Greg Williams set out to write about powered vehicles, and more specifically motorcycles – and has been doing so ever since. This isn’t a part time gig for him. Williams has written for every major Canadian motorcycle magazine, and spent ten years with Inside Motorcycles where he penned the Western Perspectives column. He now contributes the New Old Stock column to Cycle Canada, the Pulp Non-Fiction column six times a year to the Antique Motorcycle magazine, and feature articles appear regularly in American Iron Magazine and Motorcycle Classics. His On the Road column runs weekly in the Calgary Herald Driving section and also republished Modern Motorcycle Mechanics — the motorcyclist’s bible. Greg is also the recipient of the Julie Wilkinson Motorsport Journalism Award.

Contributions to TL:

Hooked on Hondas: A 1974 Honda CB360 Cafe Racer Feature

Never give up on motorcycles. The owner of this 1974 Honda CB360 had thrown in the towel. But a single ride many years later has him hooked on classic Hondas. In the late 1980s Philip Nelson sold his Suzuki...

Ghost in the Machine: A 1971 Triumph Tiger Reunites with Past Owner

Like A Ghost That Won’t Move One, This 1971 Triumph TR6R Tiger Has Always Found A Way To Find Past Owner And Motor Writer Greg Williams.

This 1965 Motobi Motorcycle is the Family Jewel

1965 Motobi - The motorcycle itself is far from memorable, but the memories are something else.

Men vs. Women – Who Takes Care of the Car?

A recent study breaks down the Men vs Women car maintenance question -- yes, it's a question worth asking. By Greg Williams

West-Coast Inspired 1950s Triumph Feature

Some motorcycles speak of so specific a time that it's like they have their inspiration emblazoned on their sleeve. This West Coast inspired Triumph is one of those motorcycles.

Parallel-Twin Yamaha XS Sets The Bar High

The owner of this parallel-twin Yamaha XS was thrilled to have his bike featured. But then the doubts began.