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After receiving more than inquiries from the Internet users as to whether the company is willing to actually bring the concept into life, there might even be a chance of seeing these creative motorcycle helmets in the stores some day.

Lid with message

Anyone who read 'The Posh Boys Bike Club' and 'Underneath the Arches' (issues 179 and 184 respectively) will be familiar with the 'Bike Shed Motorcycle Club'

Stealth Desmosidici

Anyone who read 'The Posh Boys Bike Club' and 'Underneath the Arches' (issues 179 and 184 respectively) will be familiar with the 'Bike Shed Motorcycle Club'

Ogri - Everyone chooses

Paul Sample, creator of Ogri, in depth interview with The Rider's Digest, 'Everyone chooses their own destiny'

Ed March his C90

Ed March his

BSMC III

Anyone who read 'The Posh Boys Bike Club' and 'Underneath the Arches' (issues 179 and 184 respectively) will be familiar with the 'Bike Shed Motorcycle Club'

Custom painted Ruby lids

Anyone who read 'The Posh Boys Bike Club' and 'Underneath the Arches' (issues 179 and 184 respectively) will be familiar with the 'Bike Shed Motorcycle Club'

Ped to the Arctic Circle

With the increasing popularity of adventure bikes and an ever shrinking globe, it's becoming more and more difficult for tales of momentous two wheel journeys

Two pictures, one a guy wearing a 'spirit of the seventies leather jacket', and the other of a Kawasaki flat tracker custom

Two pictures, one a guy wearing a 'spirit of the seventies leather jacket', and the other of a Kawasaki flat tracker custom

Feet forward Akira style

Kaneda on Bike, by Mark Brooks, for Art of Akira Exhibit. Check out more amazing Mark Brooks art here:

Interesting CB750

Being a cultured sorta chap, I instantly recognised the ad for Miller's Tea Hut as the first line from The Teddy Bears' Picnic, so naturally I assumed I was in

Mix of machines at Miller's Tea Hut, High Beech, Epping Forest.

Being a cultured sorta chap, I instantly recognised the ad for Miller's Tea Hut as the first line from The Teddy Bears' Picnic, so naturally I assumed I was in

Bomber

Anyone who read 'The Posh Boys Bike Club' and 'Underneath the Arches' (issues 179 and 184 respectively) will be familiar with the 'Bike Shed Motorcycle Club'

Bikes & booze

Anyone who read 'The Posh Boys Bike Club' and 'Underneath the Arches' (issues 179 and 184 respectively) will be familiar with the 'Bike Shed Motorcycle Club'