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Our quality t-shirts are printed in Sydney, and come in small, medium, large, extra large and 2x extra large.

Vincent Black Shadow Motorcycle Men’s T-shirt

$49.95

The Vincent Black Shadow, the first superbike. 125 mph on the 1950’s roads and tyres would’ve been exhilarating – or terrifying, depending on your constitution. The 1000cc twin monster firing beneath you, the exhaust explosion rattling the suburban windows as you twist the throttle back and the Black Shadow flies past the ton, leaving  all it’s chromed competitors (and possibly some cracked lounge room windows) in its wake.

Would’ve cost about you about £1200 back then. I think it’s fair to say they’ve held their price. Ask Jay Leno. He’s got 10 of them.

Indian Chief Motorcycle Men’s Tshirt

$49.95

The 80 cubic inch (1300cc) Indian Chief was produced from 1922 – 1953 in Springfield, Massachusetts. These gorgeous machines were built to cruise the long roads of The United States in low-slung style. The wide cow-horn bars swung back towards the leather-fringed saddle, a chunky gear lever extending up beside the gold Indian Chief decal on the sloping tank.

What an era to be alive and riding, cruising into a late night joint to catch some jumping jazz and grinding blues.

Triumph Speed Triple Motorbike T-Shirt

$49.95

If you need more power than the Speed Triple delivers, you should see a doctor. Or a race track. These bikes are quick. And full of torque. When the power hits and the exhaust note turns from a warning to a screaming threat, you’d better be hanging on. Aggressive styling led to this beauty being named ‘the thugs bike.’ I’d hate to meet what it’s running away from, because whatever it is, it must be very, very scary.

Norton Commando Motorcycle Tshirt

$49.95

The Norton Commando was a highly successful and beautifully loud motorbike built in England between 1967 and 1977. It’s powerful twin cylinders shouted it’s unique deep tone out of a pair of highly polished upswept chrome pipes, powering this classic motorcycle upto a very respectful 115mph. A hugely popular bike, and still a head turner at any classic show.

Moto Guzzi Le-Mans Mens Motorcycle Men’s T-shirt

$49.95

The Moto Guzzi Le-Mans was revealed to the world in 1976. And the world had never seen anything like it. Big chunky pots thrusting out at 90 degrees fed by a couple of guzzling carbies, a fully cased engine delivering it’s twin thumping power to a black shaft drive. The seat seems to suck onto the red and black boxey tank, perfectly matching the small nose-fairing which housed the modern matte black instrument panel and low slung bars. The mag wheels, the matte black pipes, the rear sets, the beautiful Italian styling… What a bike.

Ducati Mike Hailwood Motorcycle Tshirt

$49.95

Mike ‘The Bike’ Hailwood is regarded as one of the best racers of all time. He won the Isle of Man TT numerous times, most famously in 1978 after an 11 year absence, on a Ducati 900SS. Ducati were quick to realise the marketing potential of this historic win, and released the Mike Hailwood Replica 900SS in Mike’s red, white and green colours and gold mag wheels. No electric starter on this baby – a true bikers bike.

Ducati 750 Sport Motorcycle Tshirt

$49.95

It’s 1972. Ducati have just revealed their new machine. The 750 Sport. Powerful L-twin engine, upswept exhausts, spectacular handling, single racing seat, rear sets, clip-on bars, twin discs up front. This was one serious bike. And what a paint job. Yellow, with black racing stripe split in two by a bold, white DUCATI.

Nowadays how many cafe racers try for this look, the look that Ducati perfected with their 1972 classic; The 750 Sport. Some things just can’t be beaten.

Triumph Bonneville Motorcycle Tshirt

$49.95

The Triumph Bonneville roared out of late 50’s Britain straight into the history books with it’s classy twin cylinder powerhouse engine and it’s eye-catching styling. Plenty of chrome, great colour schemes and a throaty thump of an exhaust note made this the perfect machine for rockers and bikers in leather jackets and greased back hair.

When The Bonne’s roared, you knew the boys were back in town.

E-Type Jag Tshirt

$49.95

The E-Type jag was released in early 1961, and the World stopped and stared. Enzo Ferrari dropped his spanner and declared it ‘the most beautiful car ever built.’ An advert at the time described it as ‘half car, half projectile.’ What a perfect phrase.

That bonnet! That 150 mph engine! The interior! The gorgeous spoke wheels! The paint work! No other vehicle conjures up images of swinging London in the ‘60s quite like the E-Type Jag does.

Oh do behave.

Porsche 911 Tshirt

$49.95

The Porsche 911first screamed out of the factory in 1963, and almost unbelievably, it’s still screaming out of the factory to this day. A powerful air-cooled engine sat where most cars stored the suitcases. Though the 911 was fitted with a rear seat, in truth it would only fit one decent sized dachshund perched lengthwise across the leather. But who cares? You could hit the long, fast roads of Europe and be in the South of France before most of your beach-hungry rivals had made it out of Paris.

Rear spoilers (whale tales) have been added, convertible versions, turbos – but behind all this, the unforgettable shape of the original 911 shines through. A hugely successful, hugely popular sports car. And what colours!

Fiat 500 Tshirt

$49.95

The Fiat 500 – il Cinquecento – is 50 years old this year (2017). Happy birthday to you – anti auguri a te. In production from 1957 to 1975, this bubbly little 500cc rear engined city car livened up many young families and lovers lives, zipping through the traffic and on out to the mountains and lakes of Europe, with the occupants singing the whole journey long because they were so glad to be alive and squeezed into a brightly coloured fun-mobile with their (hopefully) undersized friends and family members. Happy motoring memories for many I’m sure. Beep Beep – bip bip!

Lambretta Li150 Motorcycle Tshirt

$49.95

Give a mod a scooter and see what happens. Mirrors, mirrors, mirrors, Union Jack paint jobs, a few more mirrors, and possibly a high rise seat. And if you’re really brave – and VERY angry – ride it off the white cliffs of Dover in a blaze of glory, like Jimmy Cooper at the end of Quadraphenia.

Lambretta made scooters in Milan, Italy from 1947 to 1972, and anyone who has ever owned one will remember the fun and the freedom these little babies brought to their life.

 

 

A to Z Classic Print

$39.95

Nostalgia alert! This is our homage to the classic motorbikes of the past, all painted in our unique and highly detailed style. From the A is for AJS A7R with it’s distinctive gold engine and fantastically fat tank, up to Z is for Zundapp K800 with it’s one-piece die cast frame in military green. There’s so many beauties here. The Garelli Grand Prix Racer, the Kwaka Z9, Jawa Grasstrack Racer, Laverda Jota, Yami XT500. And who can remember the Fantic Chopper, in all its 50cc glory? This is the perfect gift for the bike lover. Many hours can be lost staring at this print, remembering, admiring, wishing.

Printed on quality 170gsm paper with a matt cello glaze.

A2 Print: 420mm x 594mm.

A to Z Modern Motorbikes Print

$39.95

This A2 Print will liven up any garage or studio wall. Frame it, hang it in the office, and dream the day away.

Plenty to stare in awe at here in this very popular print. From the extraordinary Aprilla RSV4 through to the Zero Electric bike, there's plenty to catch the eye here. Ducati 916, the new Norton Commando, the unbelievably mental Suzuki Hyabusa…All painted in our unique, highly detailed style. Dream on.

Printed on quality 170gsm paper with a matt cello glaze.

A2 poster: 420mm x 594mm.

Harley Electra Glide Motorcycle Print A2

$39.95

This A2 Print will liven up any garage or studio wall. Frame it, hang it in the office, and dream the day away.

The Electra Glide was first produced in 1965. It’s name derived from the addition of an electric starter to the Harley Duo Glide, a probably very welcome addition and saviour of many a broken knee. This bike would cruise all day, from American town to town, eating the miles and plastering a smile right across your face. Then you could reach into the giant panniers, pull out your sandwiches, have a road side nibble and carry on riding all night. Perfect.

Printed on quality 170gsm paper with a matt cello glaze.

A2 Print: 420mm x 594mm.

Garelli Grand Prix Racer Motorcycle Print A2

$39.95

This A2 Print will liven up any garage or studio wall. Frame it, hang it in the office, and dream the day away.

This classy looking Italian racer was produced in 1926. The split cylinder acted like an early turbo charger, which would shoot you along at 80 mph, hanging onto those down-turned push bike handle bars. Would’ve sounded excellent.

Printed on quality 170gsm paper with a matt cello glaze.

A2 Print: 420mm x 594mm.

Indian Chief Motorcycle Print A2

$39.95

This A2 Print will liven up any garage or studio wall. Frame it, hang it in the office, and dream the day away.

The 80 cubic inch (1300cc) Indian Chief was produced from 1922 – 1953 in Springfield, Massachusetts. These gorgeous machines were built to cruise the long roads of The United States in low-slung style. The wide cow-horn bars swung back towards the leather-fringed saddle, a chunky gear lever extending up beside the gold Indian Chief decal on the sloping tank. What an era to be alive and riding, cruising into a late night joint to catch some jumping jazz and grinding blues.

Printed on quality 170gsm paper with a matt cello glaze.

A2 Print: 420mm x 594mm.

Triumph Bonneville Motorcycle Print A2

$39.95

This A2 Print will liven up any garage or studio wall. Frame it, hang it in the office, and dream the day away.

The Triumph Bonneville roared out of late 50’s Britain straight into the history books with it’s classy twin cylinder powerhouse engine and it’s eye-catching styling. Plenty of chrome, great colour schemes and a throaty thump of an exhaust note made this the perfect machine for rockers and bikers in leather jackets and greased back hair. When The Bonne’s roared, you knew the boys were back in town.

Printed on quality 170gsm paper with a matt cello glaze.

A2 Print: 420mm x 594mm.

Ducati Mike Hailwood Motorcycle Print A2

$39.95

This A2 Print will liven up any garage or studio wall. Frame it, hang it in the office, and dream the day away.

Mike ‘The Bike’ Hailwood is regarded as one of the best racers of all time. He won the Isle of Man TT numerous times, most famously in 1978 after an 11 year absence, on a Ducati 900SS. Ducati were quick to realise the marketing potential of this historic win, and released the Mike Hailwood Replica 900SS in Mike’s red, white and green colours and gold mag wheels. No electric starter on this baby – a true bikers bike.

Printed on quality 170gsm paper with a matt cello glaze.

A2 Print: 420mm x 594mm.

Norton Commando Motorcycle Print A2

$39.95

This A2 Print will liven up any garage or studio wall. Frame it, hang it in the office, and dream the day away.

The Norton Commando was a highly successful and beautifully loud motorbike built in England between 1967 and 1977. It’s powerful twin cylinders shouted it’s unique deep tone out of a pair of highly polished upswept chrome pipes, powering this classic motorcycle upto a very respectful 115mph. A hugely popular bike, and still a head turner at any classic show.

Printed on quality 170gsm paper with a matt cello glaze.

A2 Print: 420mm x 594mm.

Confederate Wraith Motorcycle Print A2

$39.95

This A2 Print will liven up any garage or studio wall. Frame it, hang it in the office, and dream the day away.

Not the kind of bike you usually see parked at the local shops, unless maybe you live in Gotham City where colourful crims are chased by super heros on brutal looking black machines. Check out the design of this futuristic monster of a machine. Minimal to say the least – apart from the engine, of which there is plenty of. And how are those front forks? This Alabama company have certainly put a rocket up the modern idea of motorcycle design. Beautiful.

Printed on quality 170gsm paper with a matt cello glaze.

A2 Print: 420mm x 594mm.