Biker gangs have changed. The Hell’s Angels of yesteryear are washed up and waging turf wars in retirement homes, and a new generation is roaming the road. The violence and lawlessness of highways past are gone; these modern road dogs find solace in justice, an ice cold beer, and sunset photos that “kill it” on Instagram.
They still roll in packs, but the garb of the new guard includes selvedge denim, vintage boots, and well-trimmed beards. They’ve traded their forefathers’ brass knuckles for Bluetooth headsets. Listen closely, and you’ll probably hear them discussing startup opportunities to “disrupt the motorcycle industry.”
The Motorcycle Crate is built for the modern man who never turns down the open highway— unless it’s a work day, Tuesday night softball league, or the Sunday morning coffee and solitude period dedicated to “finding my bliss.”
The Motorcycle Crate features Deltran Battery Tender Junior 12V. If these things were around in the 90s, Dumb and Dumber would’ve just been a movie about two friends comfortably cruising through the Rockies.
Nowadays, bike gang initiation mostly consists of sharing Netflix passwords and having the right taste in IPAs, but that doesn’t mean riders can neglect their hogs. This motorcycle tool roll straps securely onto the rear fender in case the bike needs a quick tuneup.
Guardian Bells have a vaunted place in motorcycle folklore, and legends suggest they ward off the evil spirits of the blacktop. These superstitions may even magically push super-slow drivers over to the right lane.
The Motorcycle Crate provides everything the modern man needs to eat, sleep, and breathe motorcycles—except the ability to actually eat or sleep on one.
In a sealed wooden crate with a laser-etched crowbar. No bow, no ribbons, no fluff, and absolutely no instructions.