MAKERS I DIG
Classified Moto John Ryland is an international bike builder but he's also a maker of moto-inspired goods.
Cotter Pin Gear Sean Gilligan and Justin C Knapp make motorcycle gear, apparel and travel gear outta Red Hook in Brooklyn.
Clutch Kid Clothing Sabrina makes boutique children's vests by repurposing high-quality denim with vintage American and moto inspired themes.
E3 Supply Co David Browning is bike builder who also makes fantastic leather goods in his spare time.
Iron & Wood Dustin Case makes leather goods, knives and other wares out of Indiana.
Malvado Leather Isreal Garcia makes leather with respect, love, and admiration for old fashioned, traditional, handmade goods
Maritime Supply Company Ian Nigh makes really great bracelets and necklaces with anchors at the heart of his work.
Pistons & Poppies Adrienne VanSchoonhoven is a jewelry maker in Northern California but hails from SoCal. A lifelong rider she's also in one of my favorite pictures from Lanakila MacNaughton's Women Who Ride photo exhibit.
Three Pence Wes Case makes helmet and jacket racks out of moto chains and wood. He's done work for Icon 1000, Dime City Cycles and Ducati.
Two Moto Seth Ferris started this moto apparel company in a beachside apartment. When he's not working he's either riding or surfing.
The Bike Shed Cafe Racers, Street Customs, Scramblers, Flat Trackers, Street Trackers and Shedbikes .... all under one virtual wooden roof. I've also had my bike featured on there.
BikeEXIF The world's most exciting custom motorcycles, from cafe racers to bobbers.
The Moto Lady Because ladies were born to ride. And motorcycles were made for riding. A motorcycle blog.
Pipe Burn Motorcycles Purveyors of fine cafe racers, classics and all things custom motorcycles.
The Selvedge Yard is a websites that chronicles past & present icons in the world of motorcycles, muscle cars, epic films, movie stars, rock & roll music, pin-up beauties, kustom kulture, photography, art, design, menswear, style, literature, and adventure.
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