Le Container is possibly the best source of stunning mechanised imagery that you’ll find anywhere. This photograph is a great example of their regular faire, hit the link here to visit and make sure you say goodbye to the concept of getting any work done today.
The BMW R60/5 was part of a series of motorcycles release by BMW in 1970 that marked a huge turning point for the company. The R50/5 (500cc), the R60/5 (600cc) and the R75/5 (750cc) were all based on entirely new frames that did away with sidecar-mounts, meaning they could be much lighter.
Grover is an LA based clothing label that focusses on unique, interesting attire specifically designed for Californian summers. All of their gear is handmade in Los Angeles and up until now, it’s only been available for sale through LA boutiques.
The Honda FT500 (also known as the Honda Ascot) was a motorcycle built in the early ’80s to fill a niche that Honda saw for a mid-sized motorcycle designed with flat-tracker styling cues (the FT in the name stands for flat track).