Autodromo Stringback Driving Gloves

Autodromo Stringback Driving Gloves

Driving gloves were and still are an essential piece of kit for any competitive driver, events like the original Mille Miglia would often stretch to over 20 hours of driving after which a wooden steering wheel would have wreaked havoc on bare hands. This pair of gloves by Autodromo have a 100% cotton crochet back…

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Icon 1000 Elsinore HP Boots

Juan Manuel Fangio’s Steering Wheel

Juan Manuel Fangio's Steering Wheel

Juan Manuel Fangio is broadly remembered as the greatest racing driver of all time, his remarkable feat of winning the World Championship of Drivers five times whilst driving for four different teams (Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, and Maserati) has never been repeated. This 1956 Championship winning Lancia-Ferrari D50 steering wheel was gifted from Fangio to…

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The Super 73 Electric Bike

Super 73 Electric Bike

Electric vehicles have existed alongside steam and internal combustion engines as a way of moving people for well over 150 years, in fact the first electric car (built by Robert Davidson) predated the first gasoline car (built by Karl Benz) by 49 years. The Super 73 is a unique take on the rapidly growing genre…

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Les Loups Tee

Les Loups Tee

Les Loups in a motorcycle apparel and parts company based in Quebec, Canada with a unique product line aimed squarely at those who live on two wheels. This tee is part of their first collection, it has matching front and rear graphics and you can be assured that it’ll never be seen on the rack…

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Top 5 Vintage Motorcycles On eBay This Week

top 5

This week we went for a slightly more unusual Top 5, there are a number of very rare bikes here including a Ducati factory race bike and a La Mondiale with an unusual pressed steel frame. Each week I pick out a favourite from the Top 5, this week I’m a little stuck between the…

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Original On Any Sunday Promotional Poster

On Any Sunday Promotional Poster

On Any Sunday might just be the most important motorcycle documentary ever made, it was released in 1971 to critical acclaim and Steve McQueen provided some of the funding for it through his production company Solar Productions. Directed by Bruce Brown, On Any Sunday focussed on a broad range of different motorcycle genres, showing the…

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Range Rover Classic Two-Door

Range Rover Classic

In 1970 the Rover Company rolled out a new two-door 4×4 called the Range Rover. It’s not known if they had any inkling how important this new model would be, or if they had any realistic idea just how popular a road-friendly luxury 4×4 would be both in Britain and around the world. It’s possible…

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Amphicar Model 770

Amphicar Model 770 Amphibious Car

The Amphicar holds the distinction of being one of history’s most successful amphibious cars, despite the fact that it was a bit of a sales disappointment when it was released in 1961. Initially estimates had put the anticipated sales figures close to 20,000 units per year but by the time production ceased in 1968 just…

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Bell Bullitt Carbon Ace Cafe Black Jack Helmet

Bell Bullitt Carbon Ace Cafe Black Jack Helmets

The new-for-2016 Bell Bullitt Carbon Ace Cafe Black Jack Helmet is a collaborative effort between the iconic London cafe – after which the term “cafe racer” was likely coined, and Bell Helmets. It features a monochromatic Union Jack emblazoned over a low-profile carbon composite shell with a tinted visor. Internally the helmet has a multi-density…

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AC Aceca-Bristol Coupe

AC Aceca-Bristol

The AC Aceca-Bristol was built from 1956 as a more powerful variant of the AC Aceca, the addition of the Bristol suffix denoted the fitment of the 2 litre inline-6 engine from Bristol Cars – the eccentric English automobile manufacturer with close ties to BMW. Whereas the in-house developed AC engine produced 90 hp from its…

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