When your company has been (for the most part) on hiatus since 1983, you might want to make a splash with your comeback. That's what Barcelona-based Bultaco is planning to do next year. The first two bikes announced for the relaunch of the company are the Rapitán and the Rapitán Sport. Both feature a brushless electric ... continue reading
Apparently there's a serious Batman superfan that works on the lot at the Warner Brothers studio. So serious that he commissioned a golf cart based on the design of everyone's current favorite Batmobile, the Tumbler. It was made in 2010 by Marc's Creature Company, and according to Technabob, is packing a 500A controller, ... continue reading
If you were buying a new car and had two choices, one of which was barely tested and designed just to make money, and the other extensively developed to be well-made and innovative, you'd choose the latter, right? That's the idea behind Ministry of Supply's Lab collection. All the shirts were repeatedly tested and observed until they were absolutely perfected. Whether you choose the Atmos Polo—the world's first robotically knit polo designed to wick away moisture—or the temperature regulating Apollo Polo, you can rest assured you're getting a shirt that's well-thought-out and expertly made. ... check it out
If you use your bike more than once a week, it's safe to say you're going to want a Skylock. This new intelligent U-lock is the most advanced we've seen, and it has more features than the first cell phones we ever carried. It starts with a Bluetooth 4.0 connection to your phone. This gives you the ability to remote ... continue reading
We don't own a boat. It's on the list of the things to do, but we're not quite ready to break out another thousand when we have friends for that. Where are you going to park it in a big metropolitan area? Who's going to take care of dry dock maintenance? Which side is port? Starboard? Ahoy! Normally, we'd leave the ... continue reading
From the profile view, the Tern Perch looks like a shiny % sign. That might seem irrelevant, but it's a whole new level of minimalism when it comes to wall mounts for your bike. The single piece of 5052 aluminum that it was fabricated from can support up to 40lbs, but it's so minimal that you might forget it's there ... continue reading
Most collapsible bikes only break down to a point because of the spokes which don't really lend to folding. This leaves you with something easier to transport when you're not riding, but something far from ideal. The Sada Bike ditches spokes altogether to give you a more compact alternative. The bike, which is currently ... continue reading
If you're actually using your skateboard as one of your main units of transportation, it doesn't make sense to buy a cheap deck that will crack before you know it. Even better when the solid deck you're ready to invest in happens to look damn sexy too. These skateboards from Salt are each made from 100% walnut veneers ... continue reading
Okay, so it’s cool that our smartphones connect to our cars and watches and glasses, but what about our bikes? Luckily a group of guys from Canada set out to change that. Introducing the Vanhawks Valour, the first ever carbon fiber smart bike. In addition to two wheels, the Valour features a navigation system that ... continue reading
We like our bikes. They effortlessly blend cool with environmental friendly in an easy to use package. So naturally we were stoked when Sole Bikes dropped their Windward City Cruiser in our hands for a test spin.
What is it?
The City Cruiser is a more sophisticated commuter that is part modern with vintage ... continue reading
Castrol EDGE brought us out to Berlin to be on set for the first Titanium Trial of 2014. Ken Block along with DTM drivers Augusto Farfus, Mike Rockenfeller and Lamborghini Squadra Corse test driver Adrian Zaugg, took on the “Titanium Strong Blackout” – the world’s first state-of-the-art racetrack drenched in ... continue reading
One way to show your love for the environment and your love of saving gas money is by purchasing a hybrid or an all-electric vehicle. Another way would be to go with something that runs on 100% biodiesel fuel. Easier said than done. If you have the cash, the Trident Iceni Magna Fastback is the sexiest way to give Mother ... continue reading
Do you like cars? Do you like pickup trucks? Do you wish there was a German version of the El Camino? We can't imagine anyone ever having a serious conversation about producing a modern, German version of the El Camino, but that didn't stop a class of students and instructors at the BMW headquarters from creating a ... continue reading
Bikes are some of the most personalized products on the market. Every option is not going to work for every person off the line, so manufacturers generally tend to give you lots of customizations when you're ordering. All of this is independent from any third party modifications you want to make to the bike yourself. ... continue reading
To actually steal a car from the New York International Auto Show would take some Mission Impossible-style planning. Even if you could snag the keys to one of the rides, maneuver your way out of the Jacob Javits Center, and get the car on the streets past the hot dog vendors and roasted nuts guys, you'd still have ... continue reading
There's something about seeing an aggressive front-end in your rear-view mirror that just gets your pulse going. We walked the floor at this year's New York International Auto Show to snap some of the grills that caught our attention.