Handlebar Field Guide

motorcycle handlebar types

When it comes to motorcycle handlebars, I had no idea how much I didn’t know until I came across the below poster on Etsy. For just $15 USD the poster makes an excellent addition to the wall in any garage, it measures 11″ x 17″ and it’s printed on 100% recycled card stock. Grab yours…

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Supermarine Spitfire Blueprints

Supermarine Spitfire Blueprints

The beautiful Supermarine Spitfire blueprints you see here are made using the old fashioned method - ammonia activated paper on a traditional Diazit blueprint machine. Each measures 36″ x 24″ and includes a wealth of information about the iconic aircraft on either side of some nicely detailed illustrations, making it the perfect wall-piece for a garage, shed,…

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BMW 2002 Tee by Cars for a Cure

BMW 2002

The BMW 2002 is a car that came into being through a remarkable coincidence that occurred in a BMW workshop in 1967. Helmut Werner Bönsch (BMW’s director of product planning) and Alex von Falkenhausen (designer of the M10 engine) both had a 2 litre engine fitted to their stock BMW 1600-2 company cars, this gave…

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Ferrari Dino 156 F1 Sharknose

Ferrari Dino 156 F1 Sharknose Model Scale

The Sharknose Ferrari is without a doubt one of the most famous vintage Formula 1 cars to ever turn a wheel in anger. Officially called the Ferrari 156 F1, it was powered by a 65 degree 1.5 litre V6 that was switched out mid-season for a new and more powerful unit designed by Carlo Chiti…

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Climb Dance

Climb Dance short film

The film “Climb Dance” is an iconic piece of motorsport cinéma vérité filmmaking from 1988 by director Jean Louis Mourey. Using multiple cameras mounted to a four-wheel drive Peugeot 405 Turbo 16 GR, Mourey spliced together a stunning series of brutal sequences that capture the raw, golden era of rally far better than still images…

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Railroad Tracks Wallpaper

Railroad Tracks Wallpaper

This stunning wallpaper was sent in by a regular reader earlier this week, we don’t have a whole lot of information to go on regarding its origins so if you know who took it, please get in touch and let us know. The full-size version is below, it measures 2560 x 1440 pixels and can…

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The Keating Wheel Company

motorcycle film

“The Keating Wheel Company” is a short film by Lucent Productions about the life and times of Brian Keating and his company of the same name. Brian has spent the past 40 years reviving and preserving some of the most iconic vintage motorcycles in the world, many of which he still has parked in his…

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Mario Andretti’s Ferrari 512S Coupé

ferrari painting

The stunning painting above features Mario Andretti’s Ferrari 512S Coupé, a car he co-drove to the 1970 Sebring 12 Hours victory. He’s said on a number of occasions that this was the most satisfying victory of his career, which is saying a hell of a lot when you look at the length and depth of…

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Moto Art by Francis Ooi

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Francis Ooi is the creative director of an advertising agency based in Singapore – a city-state famous for its sterile cleanliness, great chilli crab and compulsory fines for almost any activity not sanctioned by its strict government. It’s notoriously difficult to import vehicles into the country and the vehicles that are there are strictly controlled…

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Charts To Begin A Journey To The Moon

Charts To Begin A Journey To The Moon

“Charts To Begin A Journey To The Moon” is a collection of 3 Apollo 11 era NASA charts used by the astronauts in the lead up to the first manned mission to the moon. Each of the charts has been inscribed by Buzz Aldrin – sheet one is signed by Buzz with “LMP” added, sheet…

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Lamborghini Rat Rod

Lamborghini Rat Rod

The slightly unusual car you see here is the answer to a debate that was had between Pawel Wisniewski and his friend Jans Slapins, they had both been watching a drag race between a Lamborghini and a Rat Rod and found that they loved and hated different elements to both designs. As both men are…

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Vintage Patent Application Posters

blueprints

There’s something genuinely magical about patent applications, it’s stunning when you think that the overwhelming majority of world-altering inventions were first proposed in this way – little more than a sketch with notations. This collection of blueprint patent applications is the work of the Oliver Gal collective, each is taken from the original patent application…

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