Clint Eastwood was well known for his love of cars and motorcycles in the ’60s and ’70s, he especially loved the British marques Jaguar, Austin Healey and motorcycle marque Norton. I could very well be wrong but this looks to me like a 1968 Norton Commando Fastback, the twin, scrambler style exhausts are just beautiful, as is that infamous parallel twin 750.
The Vincent Rapide is widely remembered as one of the first truly modern motorcycles, it used foot controls for gear changes, it had cantilever rear suspension, it used the engine as a stressed frame member and a 4-speed transmission.
The ODFU Engineering Tee is a new design from the boutique motorcycle style-house, each one is 100% fine Jersey cotton and is screen printed by hand in England. “ODFU” stands for “one down five up” and is a reference to the standard motorcycle gearbox arrangement, a fact that’ll be missed by many but appreciated by…
This bike is a Harley-Davidson Sportster custom by Art of Racer, it’s based on a 1991 Sportster though the only parts of the original bike are the engine, transmission and carburettor. That rather unique looking frame, modified springer front-end, suicide clutch, saddle, handlebars, rear fender and fuel tank are all custom creations.