Triumph has released this beautiful new leather jacket. Well, parts of it are new. It’s made from 1mm antique leather, antique zips and snaps. Thankfully the safety features aren’t antique. It’s packed full of modern safety features, like shoulder and elbow CE approved Knox armour with a pocket for a back protector. Major seams are also double impact stitched for additional protection. So if you are looking for a classic motorcycle jacket from yesteryear and can’t bring yourself to spend thousands on the Belstaff Brad this could be the perfect option. You can buy these from your local Triumph dealer.
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These Nexx helmets are so sweet. I am really diggin the Vintage X60 Range. They even have an ATR shell! I know what you are thinking… what the fark is an ATR shell? My thoughts exactly. ATR stands for Advanced Thermo Resin. Ahhh, of course. Anyway they are state of the art helmets with classic styling. And for those denim freaks that want a helmet to match your 501’s. They have that as well…
Harolds gear in Japan make some great vintage looking jackets and gloves. Theres more on their website if you like what you see. I love their tag line on the website “The goods always belong to vintage spirit”..It doesn’t really make sense but I understand it. Deus stock their leather gloves as well.
This is a pretty cool jacket. Pays homage to the classic movie Easy Rider. Schott NYC make quality gear so this should be no exception. Not sure if they deliver it worldwide but at $590 its not bad. It doesn’t have the american flag on the back like the one in the movie which i believe is a good thing… millions of americans would probably disagree with me.
Now i thought i better post something other than a SR400. I feel like i have been too bias. I love the W650. It looks like a british bike and the japanese manufacturer Kawasaki don’t deny they copied some early british bikes. They are proud of what they created. Why wouldnt they be… Its an awesome looking machine and a great start to a cafe racer.
The Kawasaki W650 is designed to resemble British motorcycles of the early 1960’s. The styling is particularly based on the Triumph Bonneville. However, while British twin-cylinder motorcycles of the period had pushrod engines, the W650 is distinctive in having an shaft-driven overhead camshaft similar to those used on single-cylinder motorcycles from Ducati and Velocette.Heres a couple of pics to get you excited. I particularly love the b&W pic…
These have to be the sexiest helmets I have seen. They make me want to ride a bike… any bike. I think I would still look good wearing this helmet on a kids bmx. Of course you can find them at Deus or if you live outside Australia visit the Les Ateliers Ruby website. Who cares what the features are when they look this good…
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