Iconic Racing Cars by Arthur Schening

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Arthur Schening is a talented artist with a love of classic racing cars, his art adorns walls in homes, garages, and offices across the world and it’s not hard to see why – the focus on detail combined with minimalism makes his art immediately eye-catching. Arthur creates and sells the prints individually, each is made…

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Icon 1000 Elsinore HP Boots

Desert Fox 5000 Fuel Bag

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The Desert Fox 5000 is a fuel bag that can hold 5 litres (1.32 gallons) of fuel, and be strapped to your bike for use by either off road riders, or those who have fuel-tank-reserve-stretching gaps between gas stations. Each Desert Fox has an industrial strength plastic bladder, with a thick canvas outer shell. There…

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1934 Chevrolet Film: Facts on Friction

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Facts on Friction is a 1934 Chevrolet film about brakes – and although that might not sound quite as exciting as films about engines and transmissions, it’s actually a good watch. Drum brakes were standard issue for much of the 20th century life of the automobile, and they’re still mass produced now for high-volume, low-cost…

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2006 Ford GT Heritage Edition

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The Ford GT was developed as a hat tip to its iconic forebear, the Ford GT40, a vehicle developed by Ford and Lola to take on Ferrari at Le Mans – which it did very successfully, winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans 4 consecutive times from 1966 to 1969. The modern Ford GT began…

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The Bell Moto-3 Revival

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When Bell Helmets announced they’d be bringing back their Moto-3 Helmet made famous during the ‘70s, the classic motorcycle world sat up and took notice. There’s been a measurable shift back towards the simpler, less edgy gear worn by our motorcycling forebears in recent years – with the added benefit of modern construction techniques and…

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Union Garage Robinson Jacket

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The Union Garage Robinson Jacket is a joint project between the talented teams at both Vanson Leathers and Union Garage in New York City. The 100% American-made jacket features a full gamut of back, elbow, and shoulder D3O armor – all inside hidden leather panels. The outer shell of the Robinson is made from long-lasting…

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1984 Honda ATC70

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The 3-wheeled ATC models by Honda started production in 1970, they founded the market for off-road trikes and a number of other manufacturers followed – though none saw the same success. The initial model was the ATC90, called the US90 until Honda secured the “ATC” trademark, and it stood for “all-terrain cycle”. In 1973 the ATC70…

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Northland Traditional Tri-Wood Skis

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The Northland Ski Manufacturing Company got its start in 1912 – making it the oldest ski company in the USA and a name recognised by many across the US and around the world. Everyone from first time skiers to Olympians have used skis with the Deer Head trademark, and today their workshop (at 6,732 feet)…

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Gasoline Motor Co. Yamaha SR400 Scrambler

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The Yamaha SR400 (and its sibling the SR500) are amongst the most reliable, and generally bulletproof motorcycles in existence. This is largely because the engine started life in the Yamaha XT500, an enduro-adventure motorcycle built to compete in the world’s toughest adventure races. It succeeded in its mission, winning both the Paris-Abidjan-Nice and the Paris-Dakar…

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Helite Turtle Airbag Vest

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The Helite Turtle Airbag Vest is essentially an airbag for your torso, offering protection for your spine, back, chest, ribs, and kidneys. The Helite attaches to your motorcycle by way of a tether, and should you be thrown from your bike the vest inflates in 0.1 of a second. The back of the vest incorporates…

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Death Machines of London Triumph Thruxton

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The 21st century iteration of the Triumph Thruxton is the sportiest variant of the Modern Classic family of Triumph motorcycles – including the Bonneville, the America, the Scrambler, and the Speedmaster. Originally, the Thruxton was a homologation special built in 1965 for British endurance racing, so the name was perfect for the quickest member of…

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