Yorkshire-based producers and sellers of quality, British-made goods, Hebtroco have ponied up some more prizes for this Thursday's Sideburn mag launch at Paradise Tap & Taco in Harrogate. Hebtroco are going to judge most stylish man and woman, and give a tasty prize to each. The only stipulation, the person must have arrived on a motorised two wheeler (pillion is counted too). They have a very broad spectrum for stylish, so don't think you have to fit into some box or genre.
Our friends at Hebtroco in Yorkshire were featured on their local regional evening news. It's a good news story delivered in a bull-free manner, by a company I like and admire. I'm writing this while wearing a pair of their jeans. Find out more at Hebtroco Further reading My post about Hebtroco and their 'jeans for idiots' The horrific Sideburn x Hebtroco Winter Party #hebtroco #Yorkshire #BritishQuality
Our friends at Hebtroco began their business in 2015 with the core principle of making all their products in the UK. They use manufacturers across the north of England, nothing much south of Nottingham. 100 years ago this would have been easy, now, not so. You'd think the struggling UK factories would be falling over themselves to fulfil orders from an enthusiastic start-up, a company who pay up front and make a big deal about manufacturing in the area. Some factories do appr
We have a regular feature in the magazine where we choose people we like to describe their racing/riding kit and we organise a photo of it neatly arranged on the floor. It's not the most original idea, but I like it nonetheless, and it's the kind of thing I'd read in any magazine I picked up. I've just returned from a ten-day riding trip with Vintage Rides in Sri Lanka. It was a great experience, in a beautiful country inhabited by wonderful folks and you can read about it in