This website was created to appreciate decades of incredible machines and the men and women who designed, created, and now care for them. Be it two wheels or four (maybe no wheels?), this website celebrates all things designed by hand and cut from metal.
Our Editor, Gabriel Trench, has been involved in vintage motor sports since he can remember. Gabe grew up hearing stories from his dad about riding at Indian Dunes, watching Kenny Roberts win at Ontario Speedway, working at Don Vesco’s shop in San Diego, or hanging out at Bud Ekin’s old shop on Ventura Blvd-so when Gabe stumbled across a 60’s Honda C110 at a garage sale at the age of 11, the fuse was lit, and vintage bikes and cars became a way of life, if not obsession. Gabe always has a garage full or random “old toys,” and is usually working on something different each week. He is currently restoring a 1969 Porsche 912, a 1955 Manx Norton, and a few vintage Ducati singles-plus that Honda CL90, and whatever else happens to pop up on ebay or Craigslist that week. After graduating with a BA in Journalism, Gabe has tried the office life, but much prefers spending his time in the garage, trackside, or at a car or bike show-with his MacBook nearby of course.
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