Barry Sheene’s Bell Helmet

Vintage Bell Helmet

Barry Sheene is a legendary British-born motorcycle racer with almost inhuman levels of talent and a larger-than-life personality that won him fans both on and off the track. He was close personal friends with Formula 1 world champion James Hunt, and the escapades of the two men would make for a Hollywood script only suitable…

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Buick Nailhead V8 Dragster

Vintage Dragster

Buick’s “Nailhead” V8 was released in 1953 as an option for the Roadmaster, Century, and Super road-going models, but it quickly found favour on the race tracks and drag strips of North America competing with the legendary Ford Flathead V8. The nickname “Nailhead” was initially meant as a bit of a dig, the valves used…

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Rad City Tee by Scotch & Iron

Motorcycle T-Shirt

The Rad City tee by Scotch & Iron is one of their newer designs, as with all of their tees it’s printed on a high quality 4.3oz 60/40 polycotton blend and has an athletic fit. Scotch & Iron specialises in low-volume, limited edition designs, they’re based in the United States and they’re avid motorcyclists themselves….

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American Optical General Sunglasses

American Optical General Sunglasses

American Optical have been producing sunglasses to U.S. Armed Forces standards since the 1950s, they created the first American aviator design and their sunglasses were the first to be worn on the Moon. The double-bridge General Sunglasses you see here are American Optical’s take on the classic aviator design, they have lightweight polarised glass lenses…

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Scott Sprint Special

Scott Vintage Motorcycle

The Scott Motorcycle Company is deservedly famous in vintage motorcycle circles, designs from the company were ahead of their time by quite some margin and their unique appearance never fails to garner significant interest. The company was started by Alfred Scott in 1908 to build motorcycles according to his own personal vision, the very concept…

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Crystal Palace Jacket by Belstaff

Crystal Palace Jacket by Belstaff

The Crystal Palace jacket by Belstaff is a relatively recent addition to their expanding line of armoured motorcycle gear. The brand is more famous for their waxed cotton apparel but they’ve been hard at work behind the scenes developing jackets that offer modern levels of protection for motorcyclists. Each Crystal Palace jacket is made from…

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1960 Watson Indianapolis Roadster

Vintage-Indy-Car-3

The 1960 Watson Indianapolis Roadster is just about the perfect example of the iconic American racer, Indy Roadsters were the dominant design between 1952 and 1965 on the race tracks of North America, and even all these years later they’re still the first thing many people think of when you mention the Indy 500. Indy…

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Porsche 917 Silkscreen Posters

Porsche 917 Gulf

This series of large silkscreen Porsche 917 posters are a new release from World Shut Your Mouth – a Kansas City based boutique automotive art company run by a friendly guy called Tony. Each of these posters is silkscreen printed by hand and measures in at 24″ by 18″, they created using French Paper Co….

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Richard Hammond’s Triton

Triton Motorcycle

The Triton is almost certainly the most famous motorcycle to have never been built in a factory – the name came from a contraction of Triumph (who supplied the engine) and Norton (who supplied the Featherbed frame). Those who made it through a semester of Greek mythology will also tell you that Triton was a Greek god and…

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Stirling Engine Kit

Stirling Engine

The Stirling engine was originally invented by Scottish minster Robert Stirling in 1816, his invention rivalled the steam engine for a time and today it’s rapidly finding favour with modern inventors looking for ways of mechanising heat to create zero or low emissions engines. The working principle of the Stirling engine is simple but highly…

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