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Iron & Air Magazine

Iron & Air Magazine is a bi-monthly independent and lifestyle publication for lovers of vintage and custom motorcycles. Each issue is filled to the brim with great articles, gorgeous photos by premier photographers and writers from around the world that collect the stories and images that can only be found in the pages of Iron & Air. The beautiful magazine transmits an attitude about living that we should all adopt. Available in either digital edition($5) or printed edition($15).



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Barisieur Coffee-Making Alarm Clock

The Barisieur is an alarm clock that will wake you up with the smell of fresh coffee! Designed by British designer, Josh Renouf, this alarm clock can make you a cup of coffee or tea as you snooze in your bed. Simply load it with grinds, water, and a bit of milk in a vessel, then set the time, wake up with the sounds of the coffee bubbling away and get vertical with a freshly made cup of joe. watch the video below Learn more from Barisieur, or pre-order one now fr...
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Alloy+Grit Magazine

Alloy+Grit is a new independent Land Rover magazine, published specifically for North American Land Rover enthusiasts. Being published quarterly, the Alloy+Grit promises 100 pages of perfect-bound visual delight and well-crafted stories produced on heavy, high-quality stock. The debut issue will be released this month and focuses on everything from vintage Defenders, bespoke Defenders, to the brand new Evoque. You´ll get plenty of drool-worthy pictures, awe-inspirin...
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SUPERSONIC

Concorde was the first supersonic passenger-carrying commercial airplane, it was truly ahead of its time, and 15 years after its retirement, the plane still remains a futuristic vision of air travel. With a cruising altitude of 19,812 metres (65,000 feet) – nearly twice the height of other airliners – and a speed of 1345.6mph (more than twice the speed of sound) Concorde flew 100 souls higher and faster than modern fighter jets, making the journey from L...
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