Triumph TR7 Cutaway Wallpaper

Triumph TR7 Wallpaper

The Triumph TR7 represented a paradigm shift in design for Triumph, construction began in late 1974 for early 1975 deliveries in the USA – where the car sold faster than the Brits could build them. The TR7 was initially powered by a 1998cc 4-cylinder engine with 8 valves and a crank horsepower rating of 105…

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Dainese Freeman Motorcycle Gloves

Dainese Freeman Motorcycle Gloves

The Freeman Motorcycle Glove is a new release from Dainese, the venerable Italian motorcycle gear company that produces protective wear for riders at the MotoGP level on down. They were designed for casual riding so there’s no armour, they’re made from hard-wearing goat leather and the cuffs are lined with white fur that can be folded open…

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Fifty Years of Kicks

Fifty Years of Kicks - Motorcycle Documentary

Fifty Years of Kicks is one of those motorcycle documentaries that’s a must-watch – I know there are a lot of films out there in the motosphere, but this is one of the best and you’ll be glad you spent the 20 minutes on it. It’s the story of Paul Rodden and Larry Murray, two off-road…

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Maserati 200SI

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Maserati’s 200SI was a car developed with very large shoes to fill, it was to be the replacement for the popular and successful A6GC6, it would be driven by some of motor sport’s biggest names – including Carroll Shelby and Stirling Moss. Moss took 1st place at the 1956 Trofeo Supercortemaggiore in an evolved version…

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Handmade Copper Money Clip

Copper Money Clip

These handmade copper money clips are produced one at a time in the upstate New York workshop of Tommy Wolfe. Each clip is cut, filed, sanded, bent and polished by hand, and each is made from 100% pure copper. Money clips are an excellent way of reducing wallet-bulge, and they can hold all the cash…

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Mazda Cosmo 110S

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The Mazda Cosmo 110S was the first rotary-engined car to roll out of the Japanese marque’s factory, it was dressed in a jet-age inspired body and in its one race outing it landed a hard fought 4th place after belting around the Nurburgring for 84 hours. Each Cosmo was built by hand between 1967 and…

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JANE Riding Gloves

Leather Gloves

These new motorcycle gloves by JANE have been developed to offer as much comfort to the rider as possible, whilst also being highly effective should you ever find yourself heading toward the asphalt sans bike. Each pair is made using premium cowhide with nylon stitched external seams to prevent chaffing on longer rides, the fingers…

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Honda CX500 by Ton-up Garage

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The Honda CX500 is a motorcycle that’s seen a surge in popularity over the past few years, which is surprising really as it wasn’t a particularly popular model when it was released in 1978. Honda had been on a roll throughout the late-60s and 70s, the release of the CB750 and GL1000 had revolutionised their…

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Intermeccanica Italia Spyder

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Intermeccanica (or more correctly, Construzione Automobili Intermeccanica) is an automobile company with an extraordinary history – it was founded by the American couple Frank and Paula Reisner, who moved to Torino in Italy to pursue their dream of building beautiful, high-performance sports cars. Frank and Paula started out in 1959 building performance parts for European…

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Vintage Neptune Outboard Motor

Vintage Outboard Motor

Modern outboard motors lack much of the stylistic finesse of their predecessors, this immaculately restored Neptune motor was crafted without an ounce of plastic in sight – it’s instead made from polished aluminium, brass and copper, with a hand-painted fuel tank. It’s currently in full working order and produces 1.7 horsepower, making it suitable for…

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