From our 'Legends of Speed' jacket pin series, 'The Bathing Suit Bike'.
"It was on September 13, 1948 when Roland “Rollie” Free lay prone along the spine of his Vincent HRD, wearing nothing more than a shower cap, bathing shorts and sneakers. His land speed run on the Bonneville Salt Flats of 150.313 mph earnt him a place in the record books, but the photograph of him, in his unorthodox attire, has become one of the most iconic images in sporting history."
- Illustrated by Pedro Oyarbide
- Pin dimensions are 45mm x 20mm x 2mm
- Black dye zinc alloy with hard enamel fill
- Secures with 2 push on studs on the rear
31 in stock