Original Sandcast 1971 Ducati 750 GT

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This is one of the original sandcast Ducati 750 GTs from 1971, this first series of bikes included the legendary Imola race bikes, and they have the historic distinction of being the first Ducatis to have a 90° L-twin (otherwise known as a V-twin). On top of being the first L-twin Ducati, it was also…

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Iron and Resin Terrain II Pannier Bag

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The Terrain II Pannier Bag by Iron and Resin is a solution to the problem faced by those of us without panniers built into our motorcycles – it’s difficult to carry gear on road trips. Backpacks can work for shorter trips, but wearing a heavy pack at highway speeds for anything over a couple of…

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Icon 1000 Elsinore HP Boots

Classic Car Go Karts

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There are few forms of motor racing quite as fun go-karting. Karts usually aren’t that quick, but they’re typically cheap to run and maintain, accidents are unlikely to kill or maim you, and if you break down the walk back to the pits is usually only 100 yards or so. Many top notch racing drivers…

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The British M.O.D. Survival Knife

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The British M.O.D. Survival Knife is endorsed by the British Ministry of Defence and made in England with two primary design criteria – efficiency and simplicity. The hefty blade is made of high-carbon steel so it’ll retain an edge even under heavy use, and it’s treated with a corrosion-resistant phosphate coating. Designed for military use, the…

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1954 Pegaso Z-102 Series II Saoutchik

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A Brief History of the Pegaso Z-102 The Pegaso Z-102 was a technologically advanced sports car built by the Spanish in a Hispano-Suiza truck factory between 1951 and 1958. It’s difficult to know exactly how the risky Z-102 project managed to get approved by the accounts department, but the fact that the chief technical manager of the company was…

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Deus Ex Machina MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR

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The MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR is a triple cylinder naked bike with 140hp and a kerb weight of 168 kilograms. As you can tell by those figures, it’s anything but a boring commuter. So when Woolie of the Deus Emporium of Postmodern Activities in Venice, California was commissioned by MV Agusta to build a…

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Ashley Watson Eversholt Motorcycle Jacket

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The new Ashley Watson Eversholt motorcycle jacket has been designed from the ground up as a modern protective jacket, with thoroughly classic styling, that’d likely appeal to everyone from T.E. Lawrence to Freddie Frith. Each Eversholt is made in England with an outer shell constructed from 8oz waxed canvas, under that there’s a seam sealed…

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1968 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Sunray-DX Race Car

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The L88 Corvette is a vehicle spoken about among the Chevrolet cognoscenti with the kind of hushed reverence usually reserved for matters of state diplomacy or religion. With 560+hp on tap right off the showroom floor there weren’t many American cars that could realistically compete with the L88 – as is evidenced by the long…

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Suus Armoured 3066 Road Denim Jeans

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Suus 3066 Road Denim Motorcycle Jeans are made from 14oz ARMALITH UHMWPE (ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene) denim that’s both incredibly abrasion resistant, and breathable. The version of the 3066 jeans you see here also come with advanced D3O armor in the knees and hips – for added impact protection. UHMWPE materials are highly resistant to rubbing, tearing,…

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1959 AJS 7R

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Phil Walker designed the 7R with a single cylinder, single overhead camshaft engine – based on the lessons learned with the pre-WWII “cammy” engines. The chain driven overhead camshaft gives the 7Rs engine a distinctive look on the timing side, with an oftentimes gold-painted timing and cam cover sitting below the AJS fuel tank with its large knee indents on either side.

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Urban Shepards Country Boots

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Each pair of Urban Shepherds boots are handmade using traditional methods in a Portuguese workshop that began making boots for the working class in the 1950s. They still use many traditional methods, combined with some more modern materials to create footwear that lasts for years – and is more comfortable than the shoes worn by…

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