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You might see the Ducati name on the fuel tank, but this highly specialized land rocket is actually known as the deBolex dB25. The extremely limited British custom motorcycle used the Ducati Monster 1200 as the base bike, but the final result looks nothing like the original. It’s much more of a vintage racer in its execution and utterly stunning in yellow. The Monster 1200 went through a full teardown and rebuild with over 100 new components including a new aluminum rear subframe, carbon fiber panels, laser-cut sheet metal parts, and CNC aluminum components. It also received a full hand-shaped aluminum alloy fairing Power comes from the Monster 1200’s powerful 1,198cc, 147 hp four-valve “Testastretta” desmodromic L-twin engine that made it the quickest when it debuted back in 2013. The prototype was used to create the remaining 24 units, limiting the total production to a mere 25. The dB25 DB01 prototype is listed on the UK’s Collecting Cars right now.


There are few watches with as storied a legacy as the G-SHOCK. Originally released in 1983, the Shock Resistant and 200M Water Resistant watch has remained relevant to this day. It just got even better with the release of the first full-metal addition to the continually evolving 2100 line. This model retains the original streamlined, minimalist design while being even more sleek, durable and feature-packed. With Tough Solar Power, Smartphone Link and Super Illuminator, it’s an analog watch built for the digital age. The G-SHOCK GBD2100 is available in silver, black IP and Bronze IP colorways, so there’s a stylish version for every occasion.