The Must Watch Short Film Of 2018: Stronger

Stronger Film Stories of Bike

Editor: If you only watch one motorcycle film this year, make it this one. Seriously. Stronger is a short film about the recent experiences of Chris Livett, an avid motorcyclist and a survivor of both cancer and depression. Although that may sound somewhat melancholic, it’s not actually a film about cancer or depression, it’s a film…

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Timex x Todd Snyder MOD – The Perfect Weekend Watch – $138 USD

Timex x Todd Snyder MOD

The Timex x Todd Snyder MOD is a recent collaboration between what is almost certainly America’s most famous watchmaker and American designer Todd Snyder. Timex was founded as the Waterbury Clock Company in Connecticut in 1854 and made a name for themselves producing clocks in Connecticut’s Naugatuck Valley, nicknamed the “Switzerland of America” due to…

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The Greeves Challenger – The Unusual World-Beating Two Stroke

Greeves Motorcycle Front

To say that the Greeves Challenger, and all Greeves motorcycles, were ahead of their time is to significantly understate the remarkable foresight of Bert Greeves and his lightweight two-stroke off-road racing motorcycles. Bert developed the first examples of his scrambles and trials machines in 1952, almost 20 years before lightweight two-stroke motorcycles would rise to…

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The Edward Backpack by Malle London – Made In England

Edward Backpack by Malle London

The Edward Backpack is a new design from the highly-regarded Malle London, a company founded by Robert Nightingale and Jonny Cazzola – a pair of avid motorcyclists who started Malle because they realized no one was making tough, classically-styled motorcycle bags and luggage. Not wanting to be relegated to using either Power Ranger inspired motorcycle…

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The 1966 General Motors Three-Wheeler Designed By Peter Maier

General Motors Three-Wheeler Designed By Peter Maier

Peter Maier At the age of 20, Maier was one of the youngest designers ever hired by General Motors Corporation. After seeing Maier’s work at the 1964 New York World’s Fair, renowned automotive designer and VP of GM, Bill Mitchell, offered Maier a position for their 3-month Summer Program. Halfway through the program Maier was offered…

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The New AGV X3000 Barry Sheene Motorcycle Helmet

AGV X3000 Barry Sheene Helmets

The new AGV X3000 Barry Sheene Helmet is a modern reissue of one of the most famous motorcycle helmets of all time – the one worn by British motorcycle racing legend Barry Sheene. Perhaps the major different between this helmet and the one worn by Barry Sheene is the fact that this one doesn’t have…

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1960 Triumph TR6 Trophy – The Iconic Desert Sled

Triumph TR6 Trophy Desert Sled

The Triumph TR6 Trophy is perhaps better known by its legendary nickname – “The Desert Sled”. It’s not known who coined the term, but it stuck like glue, and it’s followed the intrepid Triumph off-road racer for decades. Even if you don’t immediately recognize the model, you’ve seen it before if you’ve seen the movie…

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Episode 1: James May – The Reassembler

Episode 1 James May - The Reassembler

The Reassembler is a series by former Top Gear and current Grand Tour host James May. If you’re anything like me, James May is your favorite of the three motoring Beatles, and this series is the pure, distilled essence of May. There are currently two seasons available to watch for free on YouTube, with each episode…

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