This is an almost mint condition 1961 BSA 499cc Gold Star Scrambler, it’s exactly the sort of motorcycle that many of us (myself included) would consider a perfect weekend bike.
The Alpaca Guitar is an all-carbon acoustic guitar designed to be water-proof, drop-resistant and travel-friendly.
I’m sometimes dumbfounded by the relatively inexpensive nature of some of the historic motorcycles that come up for auction, this bike is a 1944 Norton 490cc Model 16H Military and its estimated sale price is just $6,200 to $7,700 USD – which I think is pretty damn reasonable.
This Barbour flip-cover for the newest iPhone is made from the same material as all of the Barbour jackets, it’s also padded and quilted to ensure that your phone stays safe in spite of the occasional tumble.
The father and son team over at Wolf Creative Customs have a habit of turning out some genuinely interesting motorised bicycles, we’ve featured their work before and it always seems to pick up a fair bit of interest from across the gasoline-scented parts of the internet.
This Easy Rider film poster is a limited edition re-release is heading to the auction block next week with Bonhams, only 54 of these were made back in 1999, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the film’s release.
The Triton is one of those motorcycles that every man should own at least once in their lives. The bike is the famous combination of the Norton Featherbed frame and the Triumph parallel-twin engine, often with a slew of other aftermarket parts all designed to make it go as fast as an air-cooled, vintage British twin can possibly manage.
The days of shooting straight to 8mm film are gone for most people, that said there is a small community of film makers still specialising in the craft and as a result you can still buy fully operational cameras and film online.
This is a 1953 Ferrari 340/375 MM Berlinetta ‘Competizione’ and it’s one of those wonderful ’50s era Ferraris that even non-sentient, single celled organisms find beautiful.
This watch, the new Type 3 by Ressence, has a fluid filled case that significantly reduces light refraction. This gives it the allusion of having a two dimensional face, which is further enhanced by the curved glass and lack of a bezel.
The Piranha Buggy is an offroad racing buggy built by Edge and designed to be built by regular people, in the garages. The buggy comes in the form of both kit and plans, with the plans option giving you the chance to buy separate pieces from the kit, that you don’t have the time to build yourself.
This is quite easily the coolest tent that I’ve ever come across. It’s called the ‘Tentsile Stingray’ and it’s a tent that can be set up on the ground normally, or suspended in the air with the aid of 3 high-capacity tree-straps.