The Russian M-72 is a motorcycle that was actually designed in Germany by BMW, the Wehrmacht rejected the model as the planned replacement for the R12 but the Russians loved the design and due to the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, BMW were able to sell the design and tooling to the Russians as a replacement for both…
We featured the new Ruby full face Castel helmets a couple of months ago, since then we’ve grown even more fond of them.
The Wrenchmonkees have a knack for producing the kind of motorcycles that are fantastically alternative, yet at the same time have an almost universal appeal.
The 12.8 Litre Argyll sleeve-valve aero engine was first prototyped in 1914, this is the first image of the engine on the test-stand before it was sent to London for the Olympia Show held from mid-to-late March of the same year.
The 3 Club Black series motorcycles were created by the Copenhagen based garage “The Wrenchmonkees” in mid 2010 for a nightclub in Denmark.
This short film by Levi’s is probably the best biographical record of the Wrenchmonkees and of the garage and the garage’s history, it also features plenty of motorcycles and angle grinder sparks, so you know it’s good.
This watch by Autodromo is named after the circuit and has a clear automotive design influence with the front dial resembling an RPM gauge, the overall minimalism in the design appeals to me as does the price, $425 is a lot less than I excepted this to retail for when I first saw it.
The WrenchMonkees are a Copenhagen based custom motorcycle garage with a penchant for urban, retro, rideable bikes. WrenchMonkee motorcycles always seem to have an understated, matte finish giving you the impression that they’re the sort of thing Batman would ride when he wasn’t in uniform. This bike is based on a Kawasaki Z 750B, the engine…
Momo are producing some of the coolest 3/4 helmets currently on the market, this model, dubbed the “Fighter” pulls design cues from fighter pilot helmets and features a polymer shell, internal slide down sun visor, a Du Pont lining and full ECE 22.05 safety compliance. Grab yours here via Urban Motor.
Mr Martini is a Triumph dealer and custom bike builder in Verona, Italy. His eye for detail has earned him accolades from within the bike building community, being a Triumph…
This is just a sneak-peak of the new WrenchMonkees bike, they say it still needs paint but I’m thinking it looks just about perfect as is.
Both George Jetson and I want one of these cars, badly.