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Death Machines of London is a name Cool Material readers should be familiar with. From the Airtail to the bike in honor of Hunter S. Thompson, we’ve featured a handful of the outfits motorcycles. The latest badass two-wheeler to roll outta the shop is Airforce, a bike built in honor of Giovanni Ravelli, the co-founder of Moto Guzzi. Ravelli was not just a motorcycle racer; he was a WWI fighter pilot. Death Machines of London took this kernel of knowledge and fashioned a bike that aggressively nods to the world of aviation. Starting with an ’82 Moto Guzzi LeMans MK2, the team refurbished parts and crafted a chassis and set of wheels that looked to the sky for aesthetics. Coated in a custom “Airforce Grey” paint that was purposely made for this bike and outfitted with controls that were all custom built, this bike took well over three months to complete. Check out more about the build at Death Machines of London’s site.

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We’re sick of the quarantine beard, so we’re going clean shaven again. We’re doing it with a Henson razor. Precision-machined out of aluminum by a boutique aerospace manufacturer, this razor feels and works better than anything else on the market. It presents the blade at such a precise angle you can barely feel the shave. It’s uncanny. Most guys (and gals, they have a women’s razor) prefer drugstore cartridge razors because they’re plug ‘n play. Honestly, the Henson design ensures perfect positioning every time, and it’s cheaper and better for the environment long-term. Switch today.