The Mighty Rambo Lambo – A 1990 Lamborghini LM002 V12

Lamborghini LM002 SUV

The Lamborghini LM002 must have seemed like a four wheel drive from a parallel universe when it was introduced in 1986. The larger than life SUV was fitted with a modified version of the 5.2 litre V12 from the Lamborghini Countach, and if that wasn’t enough could tick a box to opt for the 7.2…

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Goldtop Predator Motorcycle Gloves

Goldtop Predator Motorcycle Gloves Red

The Goldtop Predator motorcycle gloves are a new release from the storied British motorcycle gear maker, featuring 1.0mm premium drum-dyed Aniline cowhide leather construction, and floating Knox Microlock knuckle armor for additional safety. Each pair of Goldtop Predators has a 100% silk lined upper section for comfort, with a natural, unlined leather palm. The gloves…

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Barn Fresh: 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400 S

Lamborghini Miura P400 S Nose 2

The Lamborghini Miura P400 S was introduced in 1968 with a series of modest upgrades over the original Miura P400 which had been released in 1966 to global acclaim. The Lamborghini Miura – A Quick Introduction The “P400” model designation stands for “Posteriore 4 Litri” in Italian, or posterior 4 litre in English. This is…

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Go Left Tee – A Flat Tracker T-Shirt From Australia

Go Left Tee - A Flat Tracker T-Shirt From Australia

This is the new Go Left Tee from the team at 100MPH, an Australian motorcycle apparel company that’s been in business since 2012 turning out clothing inspired by the golden age of motorcycling. The front of this t-shirt is emblazoned with the age-old flat track adage “When Nothing Is Going Right. Go Left!”, good advice…

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Documentary: Rallying In The 1980s

Group B Rally Audi

Many consider the 1980s to be the golden age of rally, it’s a tough call however as the 1960s and 1970s offered a slew of extraordinary rally cars and drivers, and the 1990s didn’t exactly disappoint in these departments either. Perhaps the key reason the 1980s are viewed with such rose tinted glasses is that…

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A Japanese-British Racer – A 1970 Rickman Metisse-Suzuki 500 Titan

Rickman Metisse-Suzuki Side

This is an original Rickman Metisse-Suzuki 500 Titan, one of the earlier Japanese-engined road racing Rickmans. The combination of reliable, high-output Japanese motorcycle engines with beautifully engineered British frames and suspension led to some of the best handling bikes of the era. The Rickman Brothers Derek and Don Rickman were already world class motocross racers…

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The Amazing One Wheeled Vehicles Of Inventor Charles F. Taylor

Taylor One Wheel Vehicle

Inventor Charles F. Taylor’s one wheeled vehicles are a fascinating automotive “what if?” that never saw the required development time or resources devoted to them to make them a viable production vehicle. The single most remarkable thing about the vehicle is that it doesn’t use onboard computers to manage the stability. It’s a purely mechanical…

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