stuff we drool about

Bac Mono | Road Legal Sports Car

BAC Mono is a Formula 1 car allowed to travel on the road! It weighs 540kg, has a 2.3 liter Cosworth engine to charge 280hp, six-speed sequential box and offers a central driving position as a formula car. The beast can do the 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds and 0 to 100 mph in 6.7 seconds, it reaches 170 mph. Watch the video




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TESLA MODEL 3

This is it! after months of spy shots and rumors, the new Tesla Model 3 has been revealed. Elon Musk took the stage yesterday evening to unveil the Tesla entry-level $35,000 Model 3, in an aim to take the company mainstream. The base model will go from zero to 60 miles per hour in less than six seconds, and will achieve 215 miles of range per charge. Autopilot and supercharging are also included as standard options. Inside, everything is controlled via a 17-inch lan...
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KATU URBAN BIKE

Katu is a compact urban cruiser designed for densely populated cityscapes. Agile and with a minimal design, it is easier to store and transport than a normal bike, it features 20” wheels (inspired in my BMX race times) that are compact and nimble, perfect for riding in the busy city. The Katu’s load distribution system enables to carry a considerable volume and up to 50 kg between the front and rear baskets. It is also designed so that the weight has practically no ...
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THE NATURAL | BY THE TARANTULAS

The Tarantulas is a custom bike studio in NE Portland, they are a group of friends that specialize in building Cafe Motorcycles. They have built some sweet bikes, we have featured the "Smooth Criminal" a stunning custom Honda CB350. Today we feature another of their creations, a 1976 Honda CB750F SS, named "The Natural" , the bike was striped of all the useless crap, the result is a bike that is "Natural”. Brushed metal, gum rubber and leather looking vinyl were use...
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