Timberleaf Pika Teardrop Camper Trailer – $11,750 USD

Timberleaf Pika Teardrop Camper Trailer 1

The Timberleaf Pika Teardrop Camper Trailer is a new offering from the highly-regarded Colorado-based company, designed to be one of the lightest and most off-road capable teardrop campers currently on the market. The Pika Teardrop The American Pika is a small and tenacious rabbit-like mammal that lives in the high-alpine terrain of the Rocky Mountains. The name…

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Fuel Sergeant Colonial Fratelli Pants – Limited Edition

Fuel Sergeant Colonial Pants

Fuel Motorcycles developed the Sergeant line of motorcycle pants to replicate the design and function of the gear worn by Paris-Dakar and other desert racers back in the 1970s and ’80s. Wearing white or light colored gear was a concept borrowed from the Middle East as it reflects heat and helps to keep you from…

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100% Blake Sunglasses – Impact-Resistant Motorcycle Eyewear

100% Blake Sunglasses - Impact-Resistant Motorcycle Eyewear

The 100% Blake Sunglasses were specifically developed by 100% to accompany their range of motorcycle goggles. Regular sunglasses are generally unsuitable for motorcycle use due to the lack of impact resistance – anything that gets flicked up into your eye could potentially shatter the glass or plastic lens before hitting your eye, making matters considerably…

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Datsun Racing Documentary: Against All Odds

Against All Odds

Against All Odds is a 1971 Datsun documentary about the team’s Trans Am racing efforts with the Datsun 510, known as the Datsun 1600 in many world markets outside of North America. The mighty little Datsun 510 would shock the under 2.5 class in the 1971 and 1972 SCCA Trans Am Championship, beating the previous…

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Simpson Street Bandit Motorcycle Helmet

Simpson Street Bandit Helmet

The Simpson Street Bandit Helmet is a design that’s been around since the 1970s, the American company recently updated it with all modern materials and it now meets the exceptionally challenging Snell M2015 helmet certification standard (as well as the regular DOT). This is the motorcycle-specific version of the Street Bandit, it has an enlarged…

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1956 BSA Gold Star

BSA Gold Star

The BSA Gold Star The BSA Gold Star was one of the most dominant motorcycles of its time, it raced not only on the asphalt, but on hillsides, flat tracks, beaches, California deserts, and even on small Pacific islands. At its core the Gold Star was a simple machine, but this is likely what gave…

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The Ka-Bar Tactical Military Spork

Ka-Bar Tactical Military Spork

Every now and then I like to feature something slightly ridiculous, and the Ka-Bar Tactical Military Spork definitely fits the bill. Although there’s clearly humor to be had with anything called a tactical spork, it does actually look kind of useful as a cheap ($13~), lightweight cutlery option for when you’re out in the wild….

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1948 Ford Super Deluxe V8 Marmon-Herrington Wagon 4×4

Ford Super Deluxe V8 Marmon-Herrington Wagon 4x4 Front

This is an original Ford Super Deluxe V8 Marmon-Herrington Wagon – an exceptionally rare period conversion to four-wheel drive. Marmon-Herrington are oft forgotten when we talk about the rise of modern SUVs which is largely believed to have begun in the 1960s with vehicles like the Range Rover Classic, the Ford Bronco, and the International…

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