Ace Watch by Martenero

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Martenero is a small New York-based watchmaking company that specialises in creating very clean timepieces designed for legibility and versatility, each of their watches ships with two bands included – a waterproof nylon NATO strap and a handmade leather strap designed for more formal occasions. Each watch is powered by a Miyota 821A automatic movement…

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Austin-Healey 100S

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The Austin-Healey 100S was a sports model personally developed by Donald Healey with an aluminium body, no soft top, a perspex windscreen, no overdrive and an aluminium cylinder head – all designed to reduce weight as much as possible without impinging on the reliability required by endurance racing. This fastidious attention to reducing weight resulted…

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Red Wing Heritage Blacksmith Boots

Red Wing Blacksmith Boots

The Blacksmith Boots by Red Wing have been in production in one way or another for 108 years, they’re constructed to be as resilient as possible with a triple stitched, oil-tanned Copper Yuma Leather from the S.B. Foot Tanning Company used for the upper and a Goodyear Welt Sole made from Nitrile cork. The boot was originally developed to work in farm…

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Motorcycle Jacket by Deus x Barbour

Quilted Motorcycle Jacket

The Euripides Quilted Motorcycle Jacket is the result of a new collaboration between Deus Ex Machina and Barbour, aimed at bringing the 120 year old heritage of the British company to a new generation of motorcyclists. Ideally designed for use in climates with proper winter weather, the Euripides features Barbour’s signature quilted front and back…

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1985 St. Petersburg Can-Am Race

St. Petersburg Can Am Race

The 1985 St. Petersburg Can Am race was the first and only Can-Am event held at the street circuit, the staggering amount of noise generated by the cars led to a barrage of noise complaints by the local residents, effectively sealing the fate of the track. The Can-Am Challenge Cup started life in 1966 as…

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On Any Sunday Poster by Rustle of Silk

On Any Sunday Film Poster

It’s been 43 years since Bruce Brown released his film On Any Sunday, it’s hard to know if he had any inkling how significant the film would become or how many millions of people would take up some variety of motorcycling after seeing the documentary, but it’s hard to deny that it’s become a cultural…

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1989 Lamborghini LM002

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I’ve always suspected that the Lamborghini LM002 was created in the ’80s by a design team headed by Schwarzenegger and Stallone with additional input on aesthetic direction from Chuck Norris. The fact that it was fitted with the 5.2L V12 from a Lamborghini Countach adds further certainty to this suspicion. Talk to anyone about Lamborghini’s…

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Coyote Aviator Hat by Canada Goose

Canada Goose Aviator Hat

The Aviator Hat by Canada Goose was originally designed to be worn by pilots in the formative days of fixed wing flight, when cockpits were open and airframes were held together with wires, canvas and glue. The front and side fur on the Aviator Hat 100% North American coyote fur, chosen here for the same…

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Suzuki GN125 by Dream Wheels Heritage

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Portugal recently updated their licensing laws to allow anyone with a standard car license to ride a motorcycle or scooter up to 125cc in displacement, the idea behind the new law is that the number of cars on the road will drop and the general population will have the chance to save a small fortune…

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1963 Leica M3

Leica M3

The Leica M3 is considered by many to be the single greatest non-SLR camera ever made, and many more consider it the greatest camera of all time outright. Although I suspect that the Leica-love is sometimes a little more based in emotion than cold hard reality, I have to admit that the M3 is a…

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