Maple Kevlar Motorcycle Jeans

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Maple’s Kevlar motorcycle jeans occupy a place quite close to my heart, I own a pair that I’ve used on motorcycle treks through Vietnam, across Australia and cross-country through a rather wintery Europe – and over time I’ve become quite fond of them. The main reasons I chose Maple over the immediate competition is that…

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Austin-Healey 100S

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The Austin-Healey 100S was a sports model personally developed by Donald Healey with an aluminium body, no soft top, a perspex windscreen, no overdrive and an aluminium cylinder head – all designed to reduce weight as much as possible without impinging on the reliability required by endurance racing. This fastidious attention to reducing weight resulted…

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Motorcycle Jacket by Deus x Barbour

Quilted Motorcycle Jacket

The Euripides Quilted Motorcycle Jacket is the result of a new collaboration between Deus Ex Machina and Barbour, aimed at bringing the 120 year old heritage of the British company to a new generation of motorcyclists. Ideally designed for use in climates with proper winter weather, the Euripides features Barbour’s signature quilted front and back…

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The ROK Manual Espresso Maker

ROK Espresso Maker

The ROK Manual Espresso Maker is, as the name implies, an espresso maker that requires no electricity or tomfoolery to operate – you just load your ground coffee, add hot water to the compression chamber and then apply liberal downward pressure the levers. It’s recommended that owners use a finely ground coffee when using the…

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Belstaff Esses Gloves

Belstaff Esses Gloves

The Belstaff Esses Glove is a new release from the historic British motorcycle gear manufacturer for 2015. Far from being just another good-looking glove with no real protection built-in, the Esses glove has flexible D3O protective armour across the knuckles and palms with an outer shell of full grain goat napa leather. The internal lining…

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Divina Galica Wallpaper

Divina-Galica

Divina Galica was only the third woman to ever race in Formula 1, interestingly it came about because she was a British Olympic skier and was invited to take part in a celebrity automobile race. She stunned the field with her talent and was quickly hired to race in the 1976 British Shellsport International Group…

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Triumph Scrambler Custom

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This Triumph Scrambler custom is a little unusual in that it was actually built by the engineers at Triumph as a study into what the Scrambler could evolve into over the coming years. This build is far from being just a slap of paint and a new muffler, every element of the original Scrambler was…

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