Yve Assad Motorcycle Photography

Documenting Life’s Adventures in Travel & Moto Photos

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Photo By Yve Assad. Setting courtesy of Marathon Village, home of Antique Archaeology Nashville.

Yve Assad is a photographer after our own hearts. Based in Nashville, TN and shooting commercial, editorial & fine art photography, specializing in motorcycles & travel, Yve deems herself to be a photographer by land & air. She is just that. Life’s adventures on the road are hard to truly capture, but Yve has a knack for documenting two wheeled travel & lifestyle in a stunning yet honest way. Check out some of our favorites.

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Photo by Yve Assad. Dan Auerbach with The Lucky Riders.

Above is Dan Auerbach with the Lucky Riders. See more of the Lucky Riders’ adventures on the road on the Two Lanes Blog here, where you can take a glimpse into their Mississippi Delta trip in photos.

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Photo by Yve Assad. Blackbirds, Nashville, TN.

A beloved subject of Yve’s motorcycle lifestyle work, she profiled Nashville’s BlackBird Moto Assembly for readers of The Mighty Motor. Read how they started & take a look at more of Yve’s work online here.

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Photo by Yve Assad

Want Yve to document your adventures? Commission her here. You can also follow her on Facebook at http://on.fb.me/1Kgacx1 and on Instagram here. Word of warning though. Her work may inspire wanderlust and motorcycle shopping.

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Photo by Yve Assad

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4 thoughts on “Yve Assad Motorcycle Photography”

  1. Ron ( Old School) Coulombe

    Im from the East Coast ,Massachusetts to be more precise but live now in sunny southern California. I watch the show all the time and love how i learn so much from it, you mention alot how you love to pick the East coast and about its history. If your ever out there and happen to be on one of your free styles fellas i strongly suggest that you check out the back roads of Greenfeild or better yet were im from Gardner Mass. once known as the Chair city of the world,you will not be dissapointed in what you will find! Have a good one my friends and sweet pickin

  2. Dave Derby

    I really enjoy it when you find old trucks,cars and motorcycles. I grew up in the oil business in the forties. My Father taught me how to drive on his 1938 Dodge panel truck. My friends and I went on to become some of the first hot rodders in our area. We built some really unsafe but fun cars using junk yard engines in our fords and mercurys. We then built some really nice customs. There was no school for that back then we learned by mistakes. Our dragstrip was I-95 when they were building it. We ran at night between the sand piles sometimes hitting them.
    One of my best memories is pulling out of the local Carvel store with my buddies 48 Mercury with a Cadillac engine and 6 two barrel carbs on it hood off of course and lighting up those tires. All the gang screaming and laughing through the whole scene.
    Those were the good days.

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