Easy Rider

The Heuer Easy Rider (although the watch never wore the Heuer Shield) was a low-cost quirky 1970s Chronograph promoted by the legendary racing driver Jacky Ickx. Unfortunately, there were reliability problems with the pin-pallet movement, which blighted the reputation of the Easy Rider, but it’s a great looking watch that could only be from the 1970s.

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