1962 BSA Rocket Gold Star Scrambler

The BSA Rocket Gold Star was one of the best performing motorcycles in the world when it was introduced – and funnily enough it wasn’t actually invented by the engineers at BSA. The early 1960s were a tumultuous time in the British motorcycle industry, with many of the large marques taking a step forward with their engineering –…

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The Official Buying Guide: Range Rover Classic Two-Door

Introduction When it was first introduced in 1970 the Range Rover immediately caught the motoring public’s attention because it represented the addition of something that had been largely missing from the world of 4×4 vehicles – luxury. With the Range Rover the British nailed the concept of the comfortable 4×4, and created a vehicle that was (and still is)…

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Icon 1000 Elsinore HP Boots

Documentary: The 1988 Season with Williams F1

This film, called “Toys For The Boys”, is a look at the 1988 Formula One season through the eyes of the Williams Team. It offers interesting insight into the lives and philosophy of the engineers and other team members, it also includes some excellent racing footage. Perhaps the most startling thing is just how little…

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Vintage Steele Yamaha XS650

Vintage Steele is a Vermont-based custom motorcycle workshop with a small team of dedicated wrenchers who have made a name for themselves over the past few years by building practical, daily-rideable custom motorcycles. The Yamaha XS650 The Yamaha XS650 was first introduced in 1968 and stayed in production in one form or another until 1985…

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1919 Indian Powerplus Board Track Racer

A Short History of Board Track Racing Board track racing was one of the first mass-spectator forms of motor sport, it rapidly rose to popularity in the 1910s and peaked in the 1920s, before quickly disappearing forever during the difficult years of the Great Depression. The first board track was the Los Angeles Motordrome (pictured below) built…

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REV’IT! Alpha RF Chinos

The new REV’IT! Alpha RF Chinos are an alternative to the standard moto-pant offerings of either Kevlar denim or leather. Chinos offer a more office-friendly look for those who work in corporate environments, where jeans would raise eyebrows and leather pants would lead to a desk clear-out. Each pair of Alpha RF Chinos have an…

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Whiskey Peaks Rock Glasses

The Whiskey Peaks rocks glasses have three dimensional impressions of America’s greatest mountain peaks in their bases – Denali, Half Dome, Mt. Rainier, and Mt. Whitney. Each glass is hand-blown from premium lead-free glass, and come in a full set – with one of each. As each glass is made by hand, it will have…

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The Norton Domiracer

A Short History of the Norton Domiracer Norton Motorcycles was returned to England in 2008, after having spent 15 years in American hands. Norton is one of the most iconic of all the British motorcycle marques, so its return to British hands was warmly welcomed, even though the timing coincided with the Great Recession – leaving many…

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Bell Riot Helmet

The Bell Riot Helmet is a 3/4 face lid with 5 different shell and EPS sizes to keep the helmet profile low, even on people with medium to small sized noggins. For wind and eye protection the Riot is fitted with a flip up NutraFog II™ anti-fog, anti-scratch, and UV protected shield, and there’s a…

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BrakeFree: Smart Brake Light for Motorcyclists

BrakeFree is a new invention, designed to give motorcyclists a prominent brake light right in he line of sight of other road users – particularly those with a higher eye-line, like SUV, bus, and truck drivers. Thanks to high-strength neodymium magnets, the BrakeFree can be attached to any standard motorcycle helmet, then detached in less than a…

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