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:

Punk’d! A Badass 1977 Honda CB750F2 Brat Bike

Punk'd! The do-it-yourself ethos of punk music inspired a man born long after the music itself had died. 1977 Honda CB750F2 Brat Bike story.

Stripped, Slammed and Sinuous: Two 1960s Triumph Pre-Unit Motorcycles

Stripped, Slammed and Sinuous - A pair of gorgeous Triumph pre-unit builds from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Saturday Morning Special: A 2001 Buell X1 Lightning Café Racer Feature

Saturday Morning Special - A 2001 Buell X1 Lightning café racer built in five glorious months

The Heart of Vroom: A Crazy Collection of Classic Cars

Fuelled by a love of gasoline, pistons and spark plugs, Fred Phillips has created a collection of hot wheels whose power surpasses what’s under their hoods.

A Great Collection of Honda CB750 Motorcycles Each With Character

Few machines have impacted the motorcycle market quite like the Honda CB750 Four.

1947 Sunbeam S7 Feature: True Gentleman’s Machine

This 1947 Sunbeam S7 was a barn-find, auction-won diamond in the rough. And a true gentleman's machine. Story by Greg Williams. Photos by Amee Reehal.