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Good and bad was the driving motivation behind this highly original bike from Thrive Motorcycles. They wanted to create a ride that could handle the worst of roads while looking like a stunning piece of art in the process. They succeeded. Starting with a 1984 Yamaha Scorpio, the team used a a sheet of aluminum to cut weight and give the bike a base for its grey/black palette. They tossed on a custom stainless steel exhaust, some Rental Fatbar handlebars, and a custom dash with phone mount that looks like a handheld Xbox prototype. A custom skid-plate, Kenda Trial Tread tires, and new brakes were added for roads that appear post-apocalyptic. It would look at home in a dystopian future and on display at a modern art museum.

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[Shop]  Just like the stash boxes that lined your father’s workbench back in the day, these metal vessels are ideal for all sorts of loose necessities. The two cases—the smaller one is nestled inside the larger one—are both made of durable stamped steel and offer simple, attractive storage for EDC gear, loose nuts and bolts, or anything you’d normally toss in your kitchen junk drawer. Each set is made in Italy and comes in a stealth color exclusive to Cool Material. For all the valuable knickknacks strewn around the house or tossed haphazardly on your workbench, these boxes are ready to placate your inner organizational fiend.