Los Deluxe :: ISSUE 75

Visually tasty morsels delivered fresh everyday.

 
Hasta Las Narices :: Ivan Puig

castrol-rocket

1988 Honda NX Dominator S1 by Sameiros Motors :: via Gas Cap Kustom
Worksman Cycles
 

 

The Castrol Rocket :: Hot Rod Conspiracy

The Castrol Rocket

From Hot Rod Conspiracy: The Castrol Rocket is a concept we are developing along with Triumph North America, Castrol, and Carpenter Racing that ponders the question: What would a land speed record assault vehicle look like that incorporates all of the ingenuity and racing prowess of the Triumph powered land speed record vehicles of the 1960s plus the best of todays technology in engineering, aerodynamics, safety, and powerplant performance?

 

1988 Honda NX Dominator S1 by Sameiros Motors :: via Gas Cap Kustom

1988 Honda NX Dominator S1 by Sameiros Motors :: via Gas Cap Kustom
1988 Honda NX Dominator S1 by Sameiros Motors :: via Gas Cap Kustom
1988 Honda NX Dominator S1 by Sameiros Motors :: via Gas Cap Kustom

Sameiros Motors was born on January 1, 2013 in Portugal, two brothers who love bikes…[Their] first project, is this 1988 Honda NX Dominator S1, with the nickname “Lose the Wheels”, with construction time of three months. Almost everything has been changed in order to be a ” Tracker”. The exhaust (Muffler Shorty) came from Denmark “Wrenchmonkees” the Tank was from a 100cc Terrot 1952…

 

ANATOMY OF A BICYCLE :: BY ANTHONY ORAM

ANATOMY OF A BICYCLE :: BY ANTHONY ORAM

 

Worksman Cycles :: MoMA Design Store

Workman Cycles of Brooklyn, New York. Proof positive that craftsmanship never goes out of style.
 

“Worksman was founded in 1898 by Morris Worksman. He realized there was an opportunity to replace some of the horse drawn carriages and hand-pushed wagons by attaching a trailer to a bicycle.”

 

Hasta Las Narices :: Ivan Puig

Hasta Las Narices :: Ivan Puig
Hasta Las Narices :: Ivan Puig
Hasta Las Narices :: Ivan Puig

 

Torch Apparel

Torch is the result of over two years of research and development by industrial designer turned entrepreneur, Nathan Wills. After months of long cross-town commutes in LA, both by bike and car, he was inspired to launch this brand with a line of products designed to make cyclists stylish in the day and visible at night.

 

La Torpille Cycles :: via Cycle Love

 

? (I have no idea who built this bike, but I’m on a mission to find out!)

 

Amen.

 
 

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