Officine Rossopuro Moto Guzzi T3 California

A very brief history of Officine Rossopuro Filippo Barbacane started Officine Rossopuro in 1998 as a small shop that sold custom motorcycles, as well as parts and apparel. Based out of Abruzzo in the mountainous region of East-Central Italy, the little shop quickly made a name for itself in Italy and around Europe, and today…

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The Woodman’s Pal

The Woodman’s Pal was designed as a new take on the age-old machete – with a series of improvements for both safety and functionality. The variant you see here is the Military Premium Pal, it has black powdercoating to prevent rust and corrosion, and a specially annealed high carbon steel blade hardened to Rockwell C47…

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The Official Buying Guide – Austin Healey 3000

Introduction Of all the British sports cars ever made the Austin-Healey 3000 series are amongst the most iconic and most desirable, despite the fact that they were by no means the most expensive nor even the most sophisticated. Originally created to provide an affordable sports car so that enthusiasts of modest means could participate in…

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1967 Ford Bronco Half Cab

The Ford Bronco Half Cab was a rare version off the iconic 4×4, just 2602 were built in 1967, as the overwhelming majority of buyers opted for the slightly more practical wagon body style. Officially called the Bronco Sport Utility Pickup, the motoring public quickly nicknamed it the “Half Cab”, and today this is the…

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Porsche Flat-6 Engine 1:4 Scale Model

Explaining how an engine works can be difficult without the use of visual aids, and one of the best possible aids is a fully-functioning transparent engine. This 1:4 scale model Porsche flat-6 by Franzis has a see-though crankcase, cylinders, and heads, allowing you to see the pistons, valve train, con rods, and crank all working…

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Norton Manx

The Norton Manx is easily one of the most famous racing motorcycles of the 20th century, the mighty single-cylinder British bike was a dominant force in the world of two-wheeled racing – nowhere more so that at the Isle of Man TT. The Story of the Norton Manx Norton originally used the Manx name on the 1936…

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Overland 5000 Stout Bell Tent

The Overland 5000 Stout Bell Tent is a base camp solution for those who prefer camping as it was back in the old days, when things were made of leather, brass and canvas. Each tent is made from 10.10 oz marine boat shrunk, double weave, army duck canvas from the USA, and they use hefty…

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1969 Chevrolet Corvette L88

The Chevrolet Corvette L88 was a special version of the iconic American sports car that was available for just 3 years – between 1967 and 1969. Chevrolet kept the existence of the L88 option package very low key in order to try to avoid having regular customers buy them – they were really intended as…

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Biltwell Lane Splitter Helmet

The Biltwell Lane Splitter Helmet has been in limited release since it was introduced – demand has been so strong that no sooner is a new batch listed for sale than they sell out. The design of the full face Lane Splitter builds on the popularity of the Biltwell Gringo helmet – their original retro full…

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Ducati 900SS

The first generation Ducati 900SS was the successor to the bike that saved Ducati from oblivion in April of 1972 when Paul Smart won the Imola 200 aboard a 750cc Super Sport prototype, with fellow Ducati rider Bruno Spaggiari finishing second. Ducati in the 1970s The early 1970s were an exceedingly challenging time for European motorcycle…

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ICON 1000 Forestall Jacket

The ICON 1000 Forestall jacket is a 21st century take on the classic waxed cotton jacket worn by early cross-country motorcycle racers and riders – but with modern abrasion and impact protection. It’s equipped with a full set of D3O® impact protectors in the shoulders, elbows, and back, and it has a removable iInsulated SatinCore™ liner. The exterior…

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