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The 2012 Iron & Lace Calendar, which features the world's top American V-Twin and custom bikes, as well as some beautiful models, has just been released. Photographer Jim Gianatsis snapped shots at the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show and the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building to fill out the Iron & Lace Calendar.

Track_ModelYou wear your love for motorcycles on your sleeve. How about wearing your love for a racetrack on your wall? That’s what you can do with one of these ultra-cool Grand Prix racetrack replicas.

ScalesAll good gearheads know: The path to enlightenment starts at the tool box.  The kids at the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design have come one step closer to god with their exhibition of home goods made from re-tooled (and re-cooled) Triumph Motorcycle parts. A clutch transforms into arced butter knife, old mirrors become knobs on a hat rack, and an instrumentation panel is born anew as a set of scales. No plans so far for anyto go into production, but the visual inspiration will likely have the mechanically devout doing a little home redecorating.

Red-Bull-FIM-Motocross-of-Nations-2010-DVDDo you want to see your favorite motocross stars ride mechanical bulls? Are you ready to meet some hot MX girls, or get a helmet cam view of the Motocross of Nations track at Thunder Valley? The Red Bull FIM Motocross of Nations DVD gives you all that. Of course, there's plenty of racing too.

The Red Bull FIM MotoCross of Nations 2010 DVD gives you an inside look at all the MXoN action. From Saturday's qualifying round, to the final MX race, you can follow your favorite riders from around the world as they compete for the most prestigious MX award of the year.

rossi-replicaNow that Valentino Rossi has officially said goodbye to his Fiat Yamaha team, and hopped aboard a Ducati, it seems like the perfect time to reflect upon what was. Rossi and Yamaha's YSF-R1 were a legendary combination, and now you can own a little reminder of that legacy.

No, you can't keep Rossi in your garage, but you can own a replica of Rossi's YSF-R1... if you have $50,000 - $70,000 to spend on a motorcycle.

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