Buying gifts for motorcycle riders isn't particularly easy. Riders have differing and dogmatic opinions on every aspect of owning and riding a motorcycle. Suffice to say, pleasing them can be a tricky affair.
Following the launch of its flagship products (Wall Rack, Helmet Stand and Wall Hanger) Halley Accessories now turns its attention to interior illumination. Simply named R-Lamp, this newest Halley piece is a sustainable endeavour: floor lamps, made from reclaimed vintage BMW R series headlights.
There's not a more beautiful nor perfect place to hang your lid than Halley Accessories' beautifully designed Helmet Stand or Wall Rack, maybe save for your head of course. But it's a close call... very close.
For its first custom project, Triumph, South Africa (Johannesburg) turned a customer's Bonneville T120 Black, into a super-nimble and assertive roadster - a perfectly adapted machine for a lively, urban commute.
Roland Sands Design once again turns its attention to BMW Motorrad - this time to produce the 'RSD Dakar GS' - a tricked-out, Dakar-inspired vision, replete with eighties' tobacco advertising iconography.
Triumph Motorcycles is back with its custom build-off competition - this time it's the Bonneville range that's getting the custom wrench treatment. Nine dealers from Triumph's network have submitted their entries and fans will decide who takes the top prize.
With the launch of the Husqvarna Svartpilen 125, Husqvarna Motorcycles has shaken up the 125cc segment. Significantly, this model is accessible to A1 licence holders (learners) and bound to spark curiosity among existing fans of neo-retro and small-displacement bikes.
Saint has launched a new CE certified armoured motorcycle jean (for men) - the 'Unbreakable Model 4 Jean'. It comes in response to the mandate for all motorcycle clothing in Europe sold as PPE, be able to meet CE certification.
Forward-thinkers of the 1950s thought cars with fins were here to stay and 1980s fashionistas couldn’t imagine a world devoid of neon-coloured jumpsuits. Even the earliest innovators of modern home computers didn’t think they would ever catch on, yet here we are.