Buying an electric vehicle of any sort that can only take you a handful of miles on a charge is fairly pointless. The Johammer J1 Electric Motorcycle delivers far more range for a slightly robust price tag. The bike sports a totally fresh look with just a bit of old-school Vespa charm, and can hit speeds of over 75 mph. One of the most unique aspects of the totally unique bike happens to be the gauges which are actually displayed in the side mirrors instead of on a traditional dash. The bike is available in two different models starting at a cool $32k.
If you're looking to unplug on your next vacation, you could stay at a quaint bed and breakfast filled with doilies and wicker, or you could trek out to Scotland to stay in The Beermoth. The converted 1956 Fire Service truck is now a small living space complete with oak parquet flooring, a hearth and kitchen for cooking ... continue reading
It's been dubbed the "world’s most comfortable" underwear, and priced at nearly half of its competitors ($16). After years of research and development and a "24 hour" stress test, MeUndies has created the perfect, contour fitting boxer brief that keeps its shape all day and never rides up. The first 500 Cool Material readers get 30% off orders larger than $75 when using code CM75. Not impressed? MeUndies offers a full refund and lets you even keep your first pair. Offer excludes packs and French Terry.
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With the term "smart" being tossed in from of so many products these days - smartphones, smartwatches, etc - this would probably be best described as a smart radar detector. Besides handling your standard radar detecting functions, the device works with an app on your smartphone to deliver live updates on cop sightings, ... continue reading
If you want to be safe while you're riding, you need lights on your bike. There are some fundamental problems with most lights that never really got addressed with most design revisions. You have to take them off your bike, or they might get stolen. If you do that, then you have to carry around bike lights. They're ... continue reading
Don't you hate relaxing in your hot tub and having the same scenery to look at every single day. Well, Robin Leach, your prayers have been answered. The HotTug is your new mobile hot tub. It's the world's first wood-fired hot tub that you can sail around in or tug along. The built-in electric motor is quiet enough ... continue reading
Do you like beer? Do you like bicycles? Do you like, or need, to use your bicycle to get your beer? Do you drink more than one beer at a time? If you answered yes to more than one of those questions, you should really check out the leather bike growler carrier from Meriwether Montana. Each carrier is handcrafted from ... continue reading
Japanese motorcycle builder, Chicara Nagata, has made some wild and amazing bikes in his day, but with this ride he may have outdone himself. The bike is a combination of a 1966 Little Honda P25 engine and a Sony security camera. Yes, not only does it look damn sexy, but it can also capture video while in use. We're ... continue reading
A bike is one of the most convenient ways to get around a city, it is also one of the most annoying things to store if you happen to live there. Shelfie lets you hang your bike in style while also giving you a shelf to store your helmet or random other things on. The curves and angles are designed to work with most ... continue reading
Take a look at your bike and you'll think it's fairly simple. Not a ton of parts, easy to understand design, overall nothing that needs delving into. After that, pick up a copy of The Bike Deconstructed: A Grand Tour of the Modern Bicycle and rethink your two-wheeled ride. Richard Hallett tears some bikes apart to ... continue reading
We could never quite place it, but there has always been a certain appeal to vintage campers and vans. Something about setting off into the great unknown with an actual shelter that you don't have to erect with poles and nylon--that also has some of the more important creature comforts like a toilet and wall chargers--is ... continue reading
Owing a replica of the Batman Tumbler that sits in your driveway and never moves would be cool enough, but this ride, inspired by Bruce Wayne's latest daily driver, is completely street legal. It's loaded with an eight-cyclinder LS1 engine, 44" super swamper tires, and the head-turning ability that even a Bruce Wayne ... continue reading
Instead of fretting over whether your sedan can handle the next snow storm, perhaps you should sell a large quantity of your possessions and buy this Toyota Tacoma Polar Expedition Concept Truck. Hey, you can always win the lottery later. The one-off vehicle was designed to traverse the wintry landscape of Antarctica, ... continue reading
Here's what we know about motorcycles: They go fast, have room for one or two, and if it snows, you’re f’ed. Here's what we know about Lotus: They make sweet rides. So when the legendary British manufacturer of the Elise, Evora, and Esprit announced they were throwing their hat in the hyperbike ring, we took notice. ... continue reading
If everyone drove the Renault Kwid, Chris Christie's political career might still be perfectly intact. The concept car actually launches a tiny drone to fly ahead and assess the traffic problems in front of you. No more confusion on what's going on and no more lagging traffic delays from your radio or GPS. Control ... continue reading
The classic getaway driver exudes confidence. Never rattled by the situation, he relies on his knowledge and superior skill to make pressure his good friend. These are the pieces you might find on the passenger seat when he’s behind the wheel.
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