1949 Indian-Vincent Prototype

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In 1948, one of the more unusual two-wheeled collaborative efforts of the 20th century was underway in a factory in Hertfordshire, England. The boss of Indian Motorcycles, Ralph Rogers, and the director of Vincent, Philip Vincent, had agreed to develop an Indian motorcycle with a Vincent Rapide V-twin. The idea being that Americans would love…

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Moto Adonis BMW R1100GS

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The BMW R1100GS is a boxer twin adventure motorcycle built between 1994 and 1999, after which it was replaced by the slightly larger R1150GS. The R1100GS is an important model for BMW for a number of reasons – it was the first time oil-cooling had been paired with the more traditional air-cooling on the BMW boxer…

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Unit P2 Skateboard Table

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The Unit P2 Skateboard Table has a top made from a 49″ bamboo longboard deck, and hardwood legs with floor-safe pivoting feet. It’s designed to fit in hallways or rooms where space is at a premium, and standard office or dining chairs fit under it easily – making it an ideal micro office. Unit P2 is…

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1936 Hemi Head Crocker Motorcycle

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The story of the Crocker Motorcycle Company is one of remarkable survival and tenacity. The company was founded in 1932 in the midst of The Great Depression, they initially focussed on building motorcycles for speedway racing, then switched to bikes for private road use. The only two major American motorcycle manufacturers that survived the difficult period…

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Flint and Tinder 10 Year Hoodie

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The Flint and Tinder 10 Year Hoodie is entirely made in the USA, starting with cotton from the Mississippi Delta, with unshrinkable 23 oz extra soft fleece from South Carolina, twill-reinforced seams made in Philadelphia, heavy-duty zippers machined in Georgia, and it’s all cut, sewn, and finished in Los Angeles. Each 10 Year Hoodie passes…

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The Royal Tracker

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The Royal Enfield Continental GT isn’t a motorcycle that you’d immediately associate with potential for a flat tracker custom build. The factory-built cafe racer was released in 2014 with styling that caused a sensation and lead to a flurry of interest from people from Memphis to Mumbai. Royal Enfield started out in 1901 as the…

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The Shinola Runwell Turntable

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The new Shinola Runwell Turntable is 100% assembled in Detroit at the Shinola flagship store, where workers can be seen taking them from individual components to completion. The aluminium main plate, and platter are both CNC machined in the USA, with the other parts coming from across the United States and around the world. The…

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A Brief History of the Universal Japanese Motorcycle

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The creation of the Japanese sword gives us an insight into the thinking behind the creation of the Universal Japanese Motorcycle (UJM). In the time prior to the Japanese creating their own sword design they used a variety of design concepts mostly borrowed from China. But there came a point at which they seem to have collectively decided that the two handed sabre was the best choice…

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Spidi Intercruiser H2Out Jacket

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The Spidi Intercruiser H2Out is one of the more practical jackets we’ve featured recently – it’s a 4-season jacket with a removable H2Out waterproof breathable membrane and removable quilted 100g thermal liner, so you can adjust it to suit riding conditions. Spidi have equipped the Intercruiser H2Out with EN1621-1 certified ForceTech armor in the elbows…

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1969 Chevrolet El Camino L89 SS

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The Chevrolet El Camino was built in 5 generations, beginning in 1959 and ending in 1987. Since the model left production it’s retained a strong position in the hearts and minds of enthusiasts – and regular rumours circulate that Chevrolet are going to bring the El Camino back in some form, most likely as an…

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Steve McQueen In Le Mans – A Graphic Novel

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Steve McQueen In Le Mans is a new graphic novel by Swiss artist Sandro Garbo, he wanted to take one of the most famous McQueen movies and give it a comprehensive re-telling via the graphic novel medium – recreating the most famous scenes and cars in stunning detail. “I don’t think anyone ever filmed a…

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