ExoDyne Electric Motorcycle

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The ExoDyne Electric Motorcycle The ExoDyne is what happens when a talented veterinary orthopedic surgeon turns his attention to building himself an electric motorcycle. It’s there work of Alan Cross, an Atlanta based Vet who also happens to have a degree in engineering, and a wide swathe of metalworking and fabrication skills that are self-taught….

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1935 Willys Gasser

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To cut a long story short, a Gasser is style of American drag racing car designed to run on regular pump gasoline, rather than race fuel or ethanol. They run on gas, so they called them gassers. Despite the sensible name, there’s nothing at all sensible about the cars themselves. In fact they almost seem…

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Iron And Resin Enduro Denim Motorcycle Jeans

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Cone Denim uses cotton strands that are woven with Dyneema®, the strongest fibre in the world. This creates one of the toughest and most abrasion resistant forms of denim yet designed – making it ideal for both motorcyclists and those who struggle to make a regular pair of jeans last more than a couple of…

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Navy Seal Aluminum Ridge Wallet

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The aluminum Ridge wallet has been designed to block RFID-skimming devices, keeping your cards safe from digital theft. Rather than being kept in a back pocket, which has been shown to cause long term back pain, the Ridge is designed to be kept in your front pocket – which has the additional benefit of making…

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Documentary: They Call Him Fast Freddie

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They Call Him Fast Freddie is a documentary from the early days of the career of motorcycle racing legend Fast Freddie Spencer. Apart from his speed on track, Freddie is known for his easy smile and warm personality. He’s still very active in the motorcycle racing world, and he’s active on Facebook where you can…

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1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro

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With 550+hp from a 7 litre V8 and a 1/4 mile time in the mid-10s there are few ’60s muscle cars as capable as the legendary Yenko badged Camaros. They were originally built for just 3 years in very limited numbers, and cars that have survived to the modern day trigger a huge amount of…

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Simpson M30 Bandit Carbon Helmet

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The Simpson M30 Bandit Carbon helmet is the modern version of the model that Simpson have been selling since the 1970s – though of course its been re-engineered from scratch to meet or exceed modern helmet safety standards. The carbon fibre shell is available in either a gloss or matte finish, the helmet is remarkably…

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1966 Shelby GT350 – Period SCCA Race Car

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The original Shelby Mustangs of 1965 and 1966 are known as the lightest and most uncompromising examples of the Carroll Shelby tuned pony car. Later year models would get heavier and more road oriented, but for those who wanted to race hard and stretch their sidewalls, the GT350 has always been a favorite. A Brief…

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Biltwell EXFIL-80 Moto Bag

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The Biltwell EXFIL-80 Bag was developed specifically for motorcycle journeys, with a bag section dedicated to tools – and a zip cover that incorporates padding so you can lean back on it when you’re on the road. Each bag is made from UV-Treated 1680 ballistic polyester with PVC backing for water resistance. It also has…

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1959 Troy Roadster

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The Troy Roadster is the most famous of the one-off custom builds created by Wally Troy in the 1950s. Stylistically it looks like a cross between an Indy car and a hot rod, which is likely exactly what it was supposed to be. I have a feeling that if you had described a Lotus Seven to…

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