He was in better films by far, but this is how I’m going to remember the great Philip Seymour Hoffman.
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Our second Megadeluxe t-shirt. Designed by graphic designer Can Seylan. Comes in black or gray. Made of 100% fine ring-spun combed cotton by American Apparel.
Wear it proud knowing you’re doing a bit of good as well: 5% of the proceeds from the sale of this tee will be donated to UNICEF.
Jochen Paesen is a car designer for BMW where he plays an active role in shaping the interiors of its future cars. Jochen is also a skilled photographer and artist who knows how to capture a moment in time.
– jochen paesen
Argonaut Cycles are made entirely in the Pacific Northwest. Ben Farver is a master at carbon construction, “We use carbon not because it’s pretty, not because it makes a good story, but because it makes the best bicycles.”
– ben farver
Just in time for holidays, ICON releases a collection of six pieces honoring some legendary automobiles. ICON’s Founder Jonathan Ward has amassed thousands of photographs, taken at private collections and events around the world.
– jonathan ward
A stunning Ducati that I recently reviewed on Bike EXIF. Head over to Bike EXIF to get all the details on this high-performance Ducati from Anthony Warnock and Corse Motorcycles.
– anthony warnock
The Prescott Speed Hill Climb has been held in Gloucestershire, England since 1937. Photographer Jim Darling, who lives near Gloucestershire, contacted me about the Prescott. After seeing his images I was hooked. I asked Jim if could contribute a story about this truly historic race.
– jim darling
Prescott Hill is one of those places that has been on my list of places I ought to have been to, but never have. Of course I knew about it, a bit. I knew it was only forty minutes from my house. I knew it was steeped in racing history, that it had hosted noise, danger and speed in equal measure for 80 years or so. What I didn’t know was why the hell had I not got off my butt and made the effort to go. A chance encounter with a display of those sad, fold out leaflets advertising Monkey World, Barometer World, and “Ice a Cake Expo” provided the inspiration. My wife persuaded me I needed to go before it was too late and that afternoon I was on the phone arranging a track side pass and getting my kit list sorted out for the weekend.
I’ve been collecting vintage patches for years. Now I’m opening up my patch vault (doesn’t everyone have one?) and pairing them with traditionally styled baseball caps from Flexfit. This Sunbeam Tiger vintage patch (in mint condition) is from the Sixties.
Wear it proud knowing you have the only one in town, and you’re doing a bit of good as well: 10% of the proceeds from our vintage caps will be donated to UNICEF.
The Sunbeam Tiger was a high-performance V8 version of the British Rootes Group’s Sunbeam Alpine roadster, designed in part by Carroll Shelby. Produced from 1964 until 1967.
Purchase it here…
– tigers united
Not that I’m complaining, but this brilliant-looking 1977 BMW R60/7 from Blaz Sustarsic and ER motorcycles is the second BMW we’ve featured this week. A nice trend, and it’s good to see old BMW motos being brought back to life like this. Another ER motorcycle (‘83 BMW R80) was recently featured on Pipeburn.
– blaz sustarsic
International Harvester Scout Cap. Another patch from our collection. We’re opening up the vault and pairing vintage patches with high-quality baseball caps. Wear it proud knowing you have the only one in town, and you’re doing a bit of good as well: 10% of the proceeds from all our vintage caps will be donated to UNICEF.
The Scout by International Harvester was an American off-road vehicle manufactured from 1961 to 1980.
Purchase this bad boy here…
It used to be hard for me to look at a BMW K100 and see the possibilities. It just never did anything for me. But with this outstanding rebuild by Marc Robrock, I stand corrected. This BMW was featured on Bike EXIF awhile back, and Marc is starting a new company called motofication. Can’t wait to see what the future holds for Mr. Robrock.
Photos by Thomas Riese.
– marc robrock