Harley-Davidson Ironhead Chopper

Harley-Davidson Chopper

I don’t tend to feature choppers on Silodrome very often, there are a few reasons for this but generally speaking I try to avoid motorcycles that are built with a focus on form before function and sadly, many modern choppers are little more than metal flake show ponies. It wasn’t always like this though, when…

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Nissan Skyline Cutaway Wallpaper

Nissan Skyline Cutaway Wallpaper

The Nissan Skyline GT-R is without question one of the most important sports cars ever to come out of Japan, I know there are contrarians out there who’ll attempt to argue with me about that statement, but these people are simpletons and it’s best to ignore them. The Skyline started life as car built by…

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BMW Scrambler by Officine Rossopuro

BMW Scrambler

I’m not sure if I’m stuck in some kind of Baader-Meinhof loop, but I seem to be constantly discovering new BMW scramblers, and I could swear they’re constantly getting better. In fact the one you see here has quickly become my new favourite. Officine Rossopuro is an Italian custom motorcycle garage that many of you…

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NATO Royal Navy Sweater

NATO Royal Navy Sweater

The NATO Royal Navy Sweater is a staple of the British military, the Army has an olive green version that many people are more familiar with, but the basic design of both has remained unchanged since before WWII. Due to the fact that the sweater is made from 100% wool, it’s fantastic at conserving body…

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HRG 1500 WS Roadster

HRG Car

This 1953 HRG 1500 WS Roadster was the very first of the HRG cars to be fitted with the newer and more powerful Singer 4-cylinder engines – The HRG Engineering Company wasn’t large enough to afford its own engine-development department but this gave them the freedom to pick and choose from the best engines being…

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Wolfman Expedition Dry Duffel Bag

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The Wolfman Expedition Dry Duffel Bag is a waterproof duffel designed for the kind of off road trips you usually only see on television, each of the bags is handmade in the United States from industrial strength 22oz vinyl (on the body) and 34oz vinyl (on the sides). Due to the fact that it’s been…

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Weiss Field Watch

Weiss Watch

The Weiss Field Watch is the result of a cross-Continental collaboration led by Swiss-trained American watchmaker Cameron Weiss, the watch that bares his name has a mechanical movement (as well as buckles, case-back screws and spring bar screws) from Switzerland, while the case parts, dials, hands, spring bar tools and straps are designed and manufactured in…

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Kawasaki W650 by Motovida

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The Kawasaki W650 is a motorcycle that quickly earned itself a place amongst the modern breed of retro motorcycles with 21st-century engineering – a genre that has consistently out-performed manufacturer’s expectations since it began in the late 1990s. The similarity between the Kawasaki W650 and the Triumphs of the late ’60s is no mistake, in…

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Two Moto Co. Tee

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Two Moto Co. was founded in 2011 by designer Seth Ferris, it’s a boutique company that specialises in selling low volume designs – like the t-shirt you see here. Although it’s a little hard to tell in the image above due to it being black-on-black, the tools on the front of the shirt are rising…

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The Red Pig Print

The Red Pig AMG Mercedes

The story of the Red Pig is one of those automotive legends that deserves its own feature film, for those unfamiliar with the story it goes something like this: In 1969 a small local automotive tuning company in Germany called “AMG” got their hands on a Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3 – a large sedan popular with non-benevolent…

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