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The bikes that come out of Woolie’s Workshop in the Venice, CA, flagship store of Deus Ex Machina, are something to behold. Picking a favorite creation from that shop feels like playing favorites when it comes to the kids, so we’ll just say that the new TTT is another great piece of machinery we’d love the opportunity to display, ride and drool over. The TTT started as a 1978 Triumph T140 with a 750cc engine that has now been ported and polished and upgraded “with all the trick racey bits” before being mounted to the frame, which was handmade by C&J specifically for this engine. Then the bike got a handmade aluminum tank styled after Japanese Grand Prix racers, custom stainless exhaust, fenders, wheels and tires, Motogadget gauges and, well, pretty much everything on this bike was touched in one way or another by Michael Woolaway, which is what makes the TTT a completely unique creation. The TTT is already spoken for, but a custom creation of your own could roll out of Woolie’s Workshop in Venice if you’re willing to wait, seeing as how they’re booked like two and half years out.

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Whether you’re wearing dark denim and a button-down, or slacks and a jacket, the best way to complete any outfit is with a great watch. Citizen’s Eco-Drive has plenty of great options that will have you looking better than ever, but our current favorite when it comes to checking all the boxes is the Endeavor watch you see here. With a two-tone, gold and silver stainless bracelet, 3-hand blue dial with dual time and magnified date window, along with luminous markets and anti-reflective sapphire crystal, this gorgeous watch takes any getup to the next level.