The hoodie is a staple of any decent wardrobe, this great example comes from the Rascals and comes in either navy blue or sunset orange, is available in 5 sizes and is made from 100% heavyweight cotton.
Urban parking isn’t anyone’s idea of a good time, though I’m not quite sure if this particular idea is the answer, it certainly is interesting.
Every now and then I like to go and feature a car or motorcycle that’s so radically different from our usual fare that it causes our regular reader’s eyelids to peel off. And so with this in mind, meet the Beatnik Bubbletop.
This great credit card sized tool from Tool Logic is a very highly rated multi-purpose pocket companion that includes a serrated edge knife blade, a pair of tweezers, a compass, a magnifying lens (for starting fires), a combination can/bottle opener and a flat screwdriver.
In 1913 a pair of young boys bought an Indian motorcycle and set out on a road trip from Oklahoma to New York City, they were aged just 13 and 9 so exactly how they could afford the motorcycle is unclear but I think we can all agree that they had very laid back parents.
I don’t think I’m insane, I guess people never really do, but I have a soft spot for huge knives. This 18.75 inch, carbon steel machete from Gerber is a great example of a don’t-mess-with-me knife, it has a 10.75 inch blade…
The Dynasphere was a unique attempt at rethinking the still relatively new concept of personal, motorised transport. And it was insane.
John Surtees was quite easily one of the greatest racers of all time, he won 7 world motorcycle racing championships, a Formula 1 world championship and a North American Can-Am Championship for sports cars.
I’ll bet dollars to doughnuts that you still haven’t noticed that the
The Lancia #037, often referred to as the Lancia Abarth #037, was quite possibly the single most insane 2 wheel drive rally car ever made.
Say what you want about most bike builders, Shinya Kimura is the real deal. Just look at the hand fabricated rear suspension on this bike. Just look at it.
Classic Farm Motorcycles is a brilliant little Italian garage with a habit of turning out some of the best classic British iron you’ll find anywhere. The man behind the wrenches is a chap called Fabrizio Di Bella, though is nickname is the rather English sounding “McDeeb”, he builds everything from cafe racers, to off roaders and everything in between.