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Mega jackpot score of vintage motorcycle Jackets. They didnt come cheap but i can for sure make a pretty penny.
start em young
I heard this a long while back, but I didn’t know whether to believe it or not, but now that I have the screencap you can clearly see that his name is written on the back of his helmet! Right on! That solves that.
Jeff Ward is one of my favourite all-time racers for sure, even more now than in his heyday. Most racers lose their edge with age, but it’s really fun to watch Jeff enter a race in something as physical as supermoto and absolutely spank extremely talented racers half his age (he’s 50 on the 22nd of this Month!).
Click here to see him dominate at the X-Games in 2006.
[screencap via Motorcycho]
T shirt for On Any Sunday, an old Steve McQueen dirt bike film, early 1970s.
I have this book called Vintage T-Shirts that a friend got me years ago, and I just started browsing through it again. Its simply fascinating to see the development of pop culture and subculture partly manifested through such a recognizable and widely used article of clothing.
Over the course of the next few days I’ll be posting scans of t shirts from the book because the shirts are interesting- and nowadays- hard to find. I recommend the book too, that way you can see for yourself how far the t-shirt has come as a form of expression and identity.
Vintage T-Shirts by Lisa Kidner and Sam Knee
Motorcyclepedia’s 1910 Merkel Single & 1911 Twin Orange
Ronnie Renner breaking down what it feels like to boost 47ft and walk away with X Games gold - > http://es.pn/MwYtJV
this picture really puts the high jump in perspective.
If only this tank could talk…
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built a pretty legit rack for my bmx bike on my motorcycle today. its interstate approved
holy awesome. james dean looking gnar kill
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