stuff we drool about

Lamborghini Aventador Lp700-4

This amazing supercar was first presented to the public at the Geneva show back in febuary, it is now available for purchase, so get your checkbooks out! The Murcielago successor, features a 6500cc V12 engine producing 691hp, accelerating from 0-100km\h in 2.9 sec and achieving a maximum speed of approx. 350km \ h.



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EL SOLITARIO CUSTOM MOTORCYCLES | Image

EL SOLITARIO CUSTOM MOTORCYCLES

We have featured many custom motorcycles in the past, but none as crazy as the El Solitario conversions. The co-founders, David Borras and Valeria Libano are two irreverent artists/mechanics doing something no one else does, mixing materials like a spicy curry of metal and leather. The resulting mix of raw finishes and immaculate detailing is strangely compelling. Check out the website for the full list of their builds....
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MADSEN CARGO BIKES

These are great, Madsen Bikes, used them for to the kids off at soccer practice, pick up your groceries from the market, pile in your tools for your next project, or carry your surf gear...the opstions are endless. These handy urban transporters can carry up to 271 kg in a bucket or on a rack, the bikes and acessories come in three colors. Check out there website....
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SMITH FOREFRONT BIKE HELMET

Smith have been developing winter sports helmets for many years, they are now stepping into the cycling helmet game with the tech advanced Forefront Bike Helmet. Most cycling helmets donĀ“t have nothing truly innovative to offer safety wise, they mostly focus on weight, number of vents, and aerodynamic characteristics. Smith are now poised to disrupt the bike helmet industry with the use of Koroyd, a patented tubular core material that is better at absorbing impact ...
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