Hedon Heroine Dirt Quake Trailblazer Helmet

The Hedon Heroine is the newest addition to the relatively short list of modern full face motorcycle helmets with classically styled design. This version of the Heroine is the Dirt Quake Trailblazer Helmet, with shell art reminiscent of the 1970s to celebrate the retro Dirt Quake events in the UK and USA held each year….

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Garage de Félix Fusqvarna

Meet the Fusqvarna The Fusqvarna is a custom build designed to showcase what the iconic Husqvarnas of the ’60s and ’70s might have looked, if they’d been designed in the modern day. The team at Garage de Félix take great pride in doing things differently, oftentimes very differently, and the Fusqvarna is instantly recognisable as one of…

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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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Cure Collection GT Veloce Tee

The Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT Veloce was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the man named Car Designer of the Century in 1999 after an official vote by 132 top tier automotive journalists from 33 countries. The Sprint GT Veloce was introduced in 1965 as a replacement for the Sprint GT, it had a more powerful…

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Honda CR500 Flat Tracker

The Honda CR500 The Honda CR500 first appeared in 1984, it was the most powerful model in the legendary CR series of two-stroke motocross bikes, and its 55 hp engine only had to move a (dry) weight of 102 kilograms (225 lbs). Honda’s first CR-badged bikes were the CR125 and CR250 released in 1973, both…

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1969 Magnum Mini Racer

There’s something immediately approachable about mini bikes. In fact they might be the only motorcycle genre that almost all motorcyclists like. The mini racing bike you see here started life as a bare 1969 Z50A Magnum frame, it was sourced from a local legend in Denton, Texas nicknamed “Minibike George”. The build is the work…

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The Lotus Belle Tent

The Lotus Belle Tent is made from a highly waterproof and breathable 380 grade canvas with a waterproof 340 gsm PVC groundsheet, depending on the model it can also have roll down window blinds, insect-proof flyscreens, and sizes range from 16 feet across to just 8.2 feet. The “bell” shape of the tent is possible…

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Ton-Up Garage Triumph Hot Rod

Ton-Up Garage is a Portuguese garage that has produced some of the most aesthetically well-designed customs you’ll find anywhere. Proprietors Daniel and Pedro are a friendly pair with a taste for adventure, and a deep love of classic Californian hot rod culture. This Triumph was built by the pair as a hat tip to the…

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1946 Oldsmobile ICON Derelict Coupe

The ICON Derelict series of cars are built by Jonathan Ward and his team in Los Angeles, California. Each Derelict has a patinated original body, with entirely modern underpinnings and a drivetrain that can out run the vast majority of modern motor cars. The donor car for this build was an original 1946 Oldsmobile that…

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Go Fast Go Far Hoodie by Lords of Gastown

Lords of Gastown is a Canadian company based out of Vancouver that produces parts and gear for motorcyclists, but they also have a strong following in the skating and snowboarding communities. Their new Go Fast Go Far Hoodie is made from 13 oz 3-end double-dyed fleece, with lycra cuffing, cover stitch, hidden phone pockets, a…

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1972 Volvo P1800E

There aren’t many who’ll disagree with me when I say that the Volvo P1800 is one of the most beautiful cars of all time. Its 1950s jet-age styling and fascinating history have made it a favourite with enthusiasts for decades, and surprisingly they’re still in almost-affordable territory. The P1800 project began in the late 1950s,…

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