Premier Helmets is an Italy based company producing some nice, less common, boutique designs. All their helmets are ECE rated (read more on that here) and this particular model is moulded from carbon fibre. Featuring a flip-down visor (with either a smoked or tinted finish), the helmet looks a lot like something you'd find on...
Easily one of the greatest car films of all time, Bullitt featuring Steve McQueen has become one of the standout celluloid icons of the late 60s. This picture was taken during filming and, I think, it sums up the film rather well. Hell, it sums up McQueens entire career rather well.
1967 was the first year that the Canadian Grand Prix was run, this footage is a compilation of highlights with a voiceover giving some backstory on the track and the drivers.
This is the 1938 Auto Union Type D, that remarkable engine is a supercharged 3.0 litre V12 producing 420hp at 7,000 rpm. In 1938 the car won the Italian Grand Prix at Monza and the Donnington Grand Prix in Britain at the hands of the talented Tazio Nuvolari.
California based Xetum Watches produce some very interesting timepieces, the relatively new company uses modern, American designs and powers them with ETA 2824-2 Swiss automatic watch movements – the same internal architecture used by luxury brands like Cartier, Breitling and Bell & Ross.
Sunbeams are timeless, the Model 14 is a great example from the marque. Produced between 1933 and 1938 the 250cc tourer was a solid cross country motorcycle and many of them saw unofficial service during WWII throughout Britain.
Although viewed by most as heresy, this is my favourite Aston Martin. It seems the perfect blend of British styling with a dash of American muscle car influence topped off with a healthy dose of British handling and finesse. Timothy Dalton drove one in The Living Daylights, which I also think is one of the more...
Swiss coachbuilder Worblaufen was responsible for some truly remarkable auto designs between 1929 and 1958. The Bugatti Type 57 pictured above and below is a fine example of Worblaufen’s work and it’s also quite possibly they’re most famous project.
This series of 10 Ducatis has been acquired and painted by Kristian van Hornsleth, he says "The painted lines and forms interacts in a 'futilistic' attempt to investigate and challenge the given logic of the Ducatis design."
70's and early 80's police cars made an indelible impression on my mind as a kid, every movie worth watching featured boxy American cop cars chasing boxy American baddies.
The idea of catching up to a speeding motorist on a motorcycle, then climbing aboard the car leaving your motorcycle to find its own way home is a hell of a novel approach to highway policing. You just have to wonder how many Harleys they went through making this film, it's at least 2 and...
The Wayfarer is easily one of the most recognisable sunglass styles available, first introduced in 1952 the Wayfarer was a revolutionary step away from the all-metal construction commonly used in the sunglass and prescription eye-wear of the time.