AMA Flat Track Matadors: Jay Springsteen

Jay Springsteen Flat Track

Jay Springsteen is considered by many to be the greatest flat track racer in history, his remarkable career spanned almost 30 years and he won 43 Grand National Championship dirt track victories, as well as the 1975 American Motorcyclist Association Rookie of the Year award and 3 consecutive AMA Grand National Championships in 1976, 1977,…

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Maserati Sebring

Maserati Sebring 7

The Maserati Sebring was developed to compete with the iconic Ferrari 250 series as the Italian GT car of choice for the automobile cognoscenti of Europe and the United States. The Sebring was first shown to the public in 1962, and it was essentially the replacement for the 3500 GT series that was built from…

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Icon 1000 Elsinore HP Boots

Bimota 860

Bimota 860

Bimota is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer that specialises in engineering world class frames and suspension – usually using a Japanese or Italian motorcycle engine and transmission. The company was founded in 1973 by Valerio Bianchi, Giuseppe Morri, and Massimo Tamburini. The three men decided to join all of their names together to create a portmanteau…

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1952 Cunningham C3

Cunningham C3

The Cunningham C3 was to be the only non-racing car ever built by Briggs Cunningham and his team, and it only came about due to a last minute rule change to enter the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1953. This new rule called for all entered cars to have a production run of at…

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Plain City Poster by Rustle of Silk

Motorcycle Racing Poster

Rustle of Silk is a boutique French company that still uses original silkscreening techniques to produce posters from the 1970s and before. Each poster is printed by hand on 50cm x 70cm, 300 gram vanilla paper using a 5 colour screen printing procedure. Just 40 examples of this design will be produced, and each will…

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Billie Joe Armstrong’s 1954 Volkswagen Beetle

Volkswagen-Beetle-9

The Volkswagen Beetle is remembered as the single most prolifically produced automobile in history, factories around the world built over 21,500,000 of them between 1938 and 2003, and millions of them remain on the road today. It’s a staggering story of success that very nearly didn’t happen. Somewhat strangely it was a British Army officer…

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Wrench Motorcycle Helmet Rack

Wrench Motorcycle Helmet Rack 1

This helmet rack is the work of Those Once Loyal, a custom motorcycle garage run by a friendly guy called Lex. It’s based in Prescott, Wisconsin, and this wrench helmet rack is one of their first forays into designing products other than motorcycles. Each wrench is forged and bent to its new shape, they measure…

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Land Rover Series III Adventure Rig

Land Rover

The Land Rover is easily one of the most important and iconic vehicles of the 20th century. It’s believed that the first vehicle seen by approximately 60% of the people living in developing nations was a Land Rover of some description, usually covered with mud and being driven by pipe-smoking moustachioed men in pith helmets….

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Morakniv of Sweden Bushcraft Survival Knife

Morakniv of Sweden Bushcraft Survival Knife

The Bushcraft Survival Knife by Morakniv of Sweden was developed as an emergency fire starting solution for any climate. The magnesium fire starter stick sends out sparks at over 3000°C regardless of how wet, cold or snowy it is, and the stream of sparks is visible from a significant distance after dark. Morakniv ship each…

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Stylmartin Rocket Boots

Stylmartin Rocket Boots

The new Stylmartin Rocket Boots have been developed to look just like the boots worn by the Ton Up Boys outside the Ace Cafe in 1959, whilst also containing many of the modern safety features that have become commonplace in the decades since the cafe racer first roared onto the scene. The boots feature a…

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