Saturday, May 23, 2015

BMW r80 Indira by Ton-up Garage


Pictures by Ton-up Garage crew

Indira it’s a contrast between Ton-up Garage latest BMW “Recall” and this one. The Recall was a motorcycle where they wanted to keep all the BMW identity. In this case, Indira has a completely new identity. Indira reflects pure beauty and they wanted to build a motorcycle with a new identity design but that was able to kept purity in the lines and shapes. This was an UK BMW R80 RT commuting motorcycle. It was ordered from a French client, who lives in the UK (London) and wanted to have a dark colored and with a low profile BMW motorcycle. They managed to convince him to not have a motorcycle fully painted in black. The motorcycle was supposed to be ridden in the city of London as his commuting bike, so at least some comfort was needed for this goal.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Farmer’s racer made in Sweden


Farmer’s racer is a one man company located in the south east of the Swedish spruce forests – dedicated to serve outdoor adventurers and urban hikers with a bag for their lifestyle. From this little workshop bags has been shipped to customers on every continent since 2012.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

1966 Matchless for sale


1966 Matchless 750 Motorcycle Model G15 All Original. The launch of the 750 hybrid onto the home market waited until the appearance of the Matchless G15 Mk2 in 1964. Before you ask, the reason for the 'Mk2' designation is that there had been a short-lived G15 Matchless in 1962-63, which had been propelled by an overstretched AMC twin engine, developed from the 650cc G12. Although this earlier machine allowed AMC to list a 750 in their Matchless range, it needed to be so softly tuned to avoid disaster that it was little, if at all, faster than the G12. Hence the G15 Mk2. See more Here

Monday, May 18, 2015

Where Cars Go to Die by Dieter Klein


Where do cars go when their driving days are done? Many are crushed or recycled, but others are left out in nature to decay and crumble. It’s not the most efficient—or environmentally sound—method of disposal, but for Cologne, Germany–based photographer Dieter Klein, it’s the most magical. By Jordan G. Teicher via

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Octogenarian saddles up for 10,000-kilometre motorcycle adventure


By Andrew McCredie - Photo: Ric Ernst, Driving

Gill Yarrow is hopping aboard his Norton Commander in July to ride to the International Norton Owners Association rally in North Carolina. Age is, the saying goes, just a number, and for octogenarian Gil Yarrow, the only numbers he really concerns himself with are the ones in front of cc’s (as in cubic centimetres). Digits likes 850, 900 and 1,100 are what keep the 83-year-old Port Coquitlam man young at heart.

Saturday, May 16, 2015

The Floating Seahorse


The first of a kind luxury lifestyle product / marine style retreat.  Only 42 Floating Seahorses available in the world – Last few units remaining! Each Floating Seahorse will feature three levels including an underwater master bedroom and bathroom Essentially a boat, The Floating Seahorse will be uniquely fabricated using high quality marine approved materials and technology. See more

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

John's T-28 Fennec


The T-28 has 1,425 HP (R-1820 radial). 345MPH with a 35,000 foot ceiling. The T-28 carries 177 gallons of fuel and at full power it's gone in 45 minutes, but oh my what a ride..... Total air time after restoration was 617.9 hours when John sold it. History: Fennec #1, 51-7632: Concerted from a T-28A to a Fennec served with the French Armee de L'Air after which went to the Royal Moroccan Air Force (S/N CNA-EP). In 1978 went to the Honduran Air Force. In 1985 it went to Honduran civil registration HR-226A. In the late 90's went to the U.S. under civil registry restored as N632NA as a T-28D. Ex-USAF T-28As converted in 1959 for use by the French Armee de l'Air, replacing the Morane-Saulnier MS.733A. It was flown by their Escadrilles d'Aviation Légère d'Appui (EALA; "Light Aviation Support Squadrons") in the counter insurgency (COIN) role in North Africa from 1959 to 1962. Fitted with an electrically powered sliding canopy, side-armor, a 1,200 hp Wright R-1820-97 supercharged radial engine (the model used in the B-17 bomber), and four underwing hardpoints. It is referred to as the "S" variant because its engine had a supercharger on it; it has also been referred to as the T-28F variant – with the "F" standing for France.

Monday, May 11, 2015

1949 Norton Manx for sale


This is the earliest version of the Norton Manx racer, probably the most revered classic British motorcycle of all. The Norton company began selling 350cc and 500cc single-cylinder racing machines based on its very successful works type before World War Two. Often referred to as Manx Grand Prix models, they only took the official Manx title when sales resumed for 1949. This Norton Manx 1949 500cc, completely restored 12 years ago and has had very little use since. This is a rare opportunity to grab your self a lovely early Manx in great condition. A fantastic investment opportunity that is a joy to own. See more at : wesellclassicbikes