Premier Trophy Helmet

Premier Trophy Helmet

The Trophy Helmet model range by Premier offers classically styled shells with entirely modern, and ECE 22.05 certified protection. Many of us ride motorcycles that are either vintage, or designed with the lines and visual simplicity of vintage motorcycles – so having a helmet that matches the style of the bike but offers modern noggin…

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Mini Cooper Cafe Racer

Mini Cooper Cafe Racer 11

The Mini was originally developed in the shadow of the 1956 Suez Crisis to meet demand for an economical car that could seat 5 and still have room for luggage. As the story goes, Leonard Lord (the head of BMC) utterly despised German bubble cars, and the fact that they were seeing a popularity surge…

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Cezeta 506 Electric Scooter

Cezeta 506 Electric Scooter

The Cezeta 506 is an all-new electric scooter built using the timeless, and much loved, steel monocoque body from the 501 and 502 variants that were built in the ’50s and ’60s. The Cezeta scooter was one of the most famous exports from Czechoslovakia during its production run, the iconic styling set it well apart…

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OMP Carrera Driving Low Boots

OMP Carrera Driving Low Boots 2

The OMP Carrera Low Boots are driving shoes for those who need full Nomex-lined, FIA homologated (FIA 8856-2000) boots suitable for both modern and vintage motorsport applications. The classic design of the boots also makes them perfectly suited to those who want a driving shoe for their weekend blast up Mulholland Drive or down a…

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Nexx XG100 Devon Helmet

Nexx XG100 Devon Helmet 1

The Nexx XG100 Devon Helmet is a new release for 2016 from the Portuguese company that adds to their hugely popular XG100 product line. The retro shell design of the XG100 combined with modern safety compliance has made it a winner with those who want a classic helmet that’s ECE 22-05 (Europe), DOT (USA), and…

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DMD Racer Helmet

DMD Rocket Helmet

DMD Helmets is an Italian company that makes retro-styled motorcycle helmets to modern safety standards. This is their Racer Helmet – it has ECE 22.05 and DOT approval, a removable liner, a shell made from carbon Kevlar, and a padded chin strap with double D-ring closure. The colour scheme on this helmet is painted on…

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Opel Kadett Car-A-Van

Opel Kadett 1000 Caravan

The Opel Kadett Car-A-Van was produced between 1962 and 1965 along with the rest of the Opel Kadett sub-models as the all-new competitor for the ageing Volkswagen Beetle – a car that had been utterly dominant in the German market for 20 years by the mid-1960s. In almost every measurable way it was a significant…

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Lamachine Honda Bol d’Or CB900F

Honda Bol d'Or CB900F

The Honda Bol d’Or was a version of the CB900F that was named after the famous French Bol d’Or motorcycle endurance race, Honda had won the race in 1969, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, and 1981 – helping to put the Japanese marque on the map for performance motorcyclists in Europe and around the…

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Ringbrothers Carbon Fiber Mustang

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The Ford Mustang was first released in 1964. What happened next took Ford and the entire American automotive industry by surprise. The bean-counters at Ford had estimated that 100,000 Mustangs would be built in the first year, but the model proved so popular that this number flew by in just 3 months. By the end…

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Barry Sheene’s 1974 Bell Helmet

Barry Sheene's 1974 Bell racing helmet

Barry Sheene is remembered as one of the greatest motorcycle racers of all time, and almost certainly the greatest British rider of the 20th century. Sheene had a famously likeable personality and he had a hugely successful second career as a motorsport TV personality and commentator in Australia – where he had moved after retiring…

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Tag Heuer Autavia Mark 3 “Rindt”

TAG Heuer Autavia

Earlier this year Tag Heuer announced that they were going to re-release their iconic Autavia, and that they were going to turn to the public to choose which of the original designs would be brought back into production. Thousands of people took part in the voting and the eventual winner is the 1966 Mark 3 “Rindt”…

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