We take a look at some of our favourite vintage motorcycles and our timeless glove designs to accompany them.
The Triumph motorcycle was first produced in 1902 wand designed by the German, Mauritz Schulte. In 1908, the Triumph racing legend, Jack Marshall won the Isle of Man TT and averaged a speed of 40mph on the track. The Triumph continues to perform on the circuit, with Gary Johnson and Billy McConnell both taking winning titles in 2014 on a Smiths Triumph Daytona 675R.
We’ve paired this colourful vintage model with our, equally vibrant, Hazelmere driving gloves. We offer these in a spectrum of colours, so you can find one that matches your style and bike.
Take your biker style up a gear with our Aberdeen Two Colour Leather Driving Gloves.
The first Harley-Davidson was produced in 1903 and William S. Harley’s inspiration for the model came from a design for a bicycle. The earlier Haryleys were used in military conflicts including WW1. The popularity of the bike has not dwindles and today, you can purchase and electric model. They’re the perfect for a carefree city ride!