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DicE Magazine

DicE was started by Matt Davis and Dean Micetich back in London when it was still seedy, Harley's weren't cool, and Knucklehead's cost less than a kidney on the black market. Since its creation DicE has been involved in supporting builders world wide and bringing their creation to the eyes of the masses. Yearly DicE puts on over 10 shows in the US alone, recently adding the Congregation in North Carolina, and Assembly London the first motorcycle show of its kind in the UK. Head over to DicE Magazine's website to grab an issue or year subscription and give them a follow on Instagram.

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For Sale: 1956 Harley Davidson FLH.











Our friend is selling this beautiful and rare 1956 Harley Davidson FLH that has had a light restoration a couple of years back. All correct and factory OEM parts including the motor with matching cases, perfect trans, frame, tanks, fenders, speedo etc. Bike is located in So.Cal and international shipping can be arranged.
$23,500.00
Email: dean@dicemagazine.com and I will forward on all emails to owner.

DicE Issue 60.



Can you Adam and Eve it...we made it to Issue 60!!
This issue is dedicated to our brother Ray Abeyta who sadly passed away last year. It was always a dream for us to have one his incredible pieces of art to grace the cover of DicE and we are so proud to have this one right here. Hope you dig it Ray! Xoxo.


Buddy's incredible Panhead.
Photo: Matthew J Aims.


Sebastien and his wicked 'Dustbeemer.'
Photo: Daniel Beres.


The Boys from 6th Street Specials do it in the dirt!
Photo: Simon Davidson.


Ray Abeyta's studio.
Photos: Jeffrey Schad & Chris Gentile.


Isaac 'Anklebiters' Starr and his righteous XS650.
Photo: Rob Williamson.


New Jerseys finest, Benji Wiesenfeld and his Shovelhead chopper.


Nobody is cooler than Annie and her amazing '57 Panhead.
Photo: Michael Schmidt.


Death Valley Run 2014.
Photo: Troy Critchlow.


The one...The only...The Velvets MC.
Photo: Ryan Strongin.


Cicero and his tough as nails HD Shovlehead.
Photo: Billy Childress.


Dan Auerbach and his barn find 1940 EL OHV.
Photo: Larry Niehues.


Epic photographs of Jason and his 1982 FXB Sturgis.
Photo: Ryan Loughridge.


ID'd with Warren Jr.


San Francisco Steve and his Norton Cafe Racer.
Photo: Heidi Zumbrum.


Words of wisdom from Chris Graves.
Photo: Justin Milwaukee.


One of our favourite people of all time...The Huggy Hugg!
Photo: Larry Niehues.


Melanie.
Pic: Remi Desclaux.


Papa Duggan, his ol lady and his Cannonball strong 1936 Knucklead in VL frame.
Photo: Troy Critchlow.



Dice/Repop Set Of Three S&S Style Key Fobs.....And A New Trucker Hat.



The teardrop one, the dual throat one and the mushroom one, as a set. Handmade, hand cast by Repop Mfg in the US of A. Available right now, right HERE


 

Tri Co.
















Just in case you've been living under a rock and not heard of our store in Los Feliz, Hollywood California then here is a reminder. Why not come and visit? Address etc details HERE. Instagram @tricostore

Tri Co
















Just in case you've been living under a rock and not heard of our store in Los Feliz, Hollywood California then here is a reminder. Why not come and visit? Address etc details HERE. Instagram @tricostore

Limited Edition Harley Shirts With Dice Issue 60.



We teamed up with HD and had them remake us 50 of these limited edition T shirts. Blanks like this don't exist so they had them hand sewn and then printed. And all done in Milwaukee. It's an old Willie G design and one of our personal favourites. They came out great. They are going to be available with issue 60 as a collectors pack to be released at 9am California time on Monday morning March the 9th from HERE

Dice Issue 60 Release Party. Saturday Night. March 7th. 8 til 2. The Big Foot Lodge. Los Feliz, Los Angeles.

Live on stage Country and Western Misfits cover band, The Pukes. Dj's, Free copies of the new issue. No cover charge. Lots of good times.

The Mama Tried Show 2015



























It was great. It was cold. It was well worth it. Thanks to Warren and Scott for all of their hard work. The bikes were fantastic, a real mixed bag which is exactly what we like. The other good thing about events like this are the people. I always come away feeling a lot of love for everyone I managed to talk to. Roll on next year!

Some Back Issue Cover Art.









Just because we love them.

         
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