Small Batch Supply Co. Camera Strap

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The Small Batch Supply Co. Camera Strap is a bit of a personal favorite. It’s appealing for a few reasons but perhaps mostly because it’s been over-engineered to the point where I feel I can leave my trusty DLSR hanging around my neck with no fear it’ll snap. The straps are individually made by hand in…

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Icon 1000 Elsinore HP Boots

Beese Wendt’s Vincent Hillclimber

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Between them, Glen Kyle and Beese Wendt won won 5 National Hillclimbing Championships aboard the heavily customised Vincent Rapide Series B Hillclimber you see pictured above and below. The Glen Kyle Era The bike started out as a stock 1948 Vincent Rapide Series B, but it was acquired by Glen Kyle in the late 1950s and…

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Simpson Outlaw Bandit Helmet

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Simpson updated their famous Outlaw Bandit Helmet in 2017 with some added features to make it more aerodynamically stable and give the wearer a wider field of view. The helmet also meets both Snell M2015 and DOT safety certification requirements – a huge plus for many riders, as most retro and classically styled helmets don’t…

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Ferrari 312 by Dennis Hoyt

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Dennis Hoyt is a highly-regarded automotive artist renowned for his sculptures of racing cars in action – famous for capturing accurate detail of each car combined with a swirling sense of motion and speed. The Ferrari 312 is considered by many to be one of the purest Ferrari Formula 1 cars from the pre-aero era,…

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1926 Chandler Six Racing Car

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In 1926 Ralph Mulford, one of the greatest of the early American racing drivers, drove a Chandler Six to an overall win in the annual Pikes Peak Hill Climb. Sometimes referred to as “The Race to the Clouds”, the Pikes Peak Hill Climb is a 12.42 mile track that winds up the side of Pikes Peak, with over 156 turns climbing 4,720 ft to a total elevation of 14,110 ft.

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1941 Harley-Davidson WLD

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Steve McQueen famously owned a Harley-Davidson WLD, much like the example you see here, and he loved it so much he kept it right up until his untimely death in 1980. While we’ll never be as cool as McQueen, many of us do share his love for machines. And unlike many of his now-multi million…

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Kriega Modular Motorcycle Tail Bag

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Cross-country touring on a motorcycle typically requires figuring out a way to carry luggage with you on your bike – many (if not most) use pannier systems which can be bolted directly to the frame/subframe, but this isn’t an option for everyone. The Kriega UScombo50 is a modular motorcycle tail bag designed to allow those…

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Nautilus Submarine: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

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This is a model of Nautilus, the legendary submarine from the Jules Verne classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. It was created by Harper Goff’s close friend and protégé Tom Scherman, and presented to Goff as a gift. For the unfamiliar, Harper Goff was the cinematic art director who designed the Nautilus as it appeared…

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