Norton Commando 750

Norton Commando 750 5

Originally released in 1967 the Norton Commando would very quickly become one of the most iconic British motorcycles of all time, the 58hp parallel twin 750cc engine pulled it up to a top speed in excess of 115mph and it won the Motor Cycle News “Machine of the Year” award for 5 successive years from 1968 to 1972.

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Icon 1000 Elsinore HP Boots

Ford RS200 Coupé

Ford RS200 front

The Ford RS200 is one of the most famous of the non-USA developed Fords ever made. In fact I can’t think of another that even comes close, with the possible exception of the Ford GT40 – but my American friends get angry with me when I remind them that the GT40 was designed and built in England.

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Japan’s War in Colour

Japan's War in Colour (Complete Documentary)1

“Japan’s War in Colour” is a fascinating look at World War II from the Japanese perspective, the film picks up just before the war begins and shows the build up to war, the invasion of China, followed by Pearl Harbour and the escalation of violence between Japan, Australia, New Zealand and the USA.

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Canvas & Leather Tool Roll by Niyona


The humble tool-roll, often used buy artisans and engineers in days gone by have been making a resurgence of late. They’ve been rediscovered by amateur mechanics and custom bike builders, as well as owners of the kind of vintage motorcycles that require wrenching every few hundred miles (usually by the side of the road, in the rain, at night).

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Pursuit Glove by Icon


Summertime can tend to make it tough to dress properly when on your motorcycle, protective gear is often hot and bulky which leaves you sweating like an American whistleblower in a Russian airport terminal.

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