stuff we drool about

Sbu V3 | Self Balancing Unicycle

SBU V3 is a Self-Balancing Unicycle by Focus Designs. The one wheel vehicle is controlled with leaning motions, all you need to do is lean forward to go, and lean back to slow down and stop. The company says it will take you 20-30 minutes to learn and after that, it will become as natural as walking. The SBU runs on electric energy and is very silent, weighs only 27lbs and can reach a top speed of 15mph. It´s portability makes it the perfect commuter.



sbu-v3-unicycle-2.jpg | Image

sbu-v3-unicycle-3.jpg | Image

sbu-v3-unicycle-4.jpg | Image

sbu-v3-unicycle-5.jpg | Image



Taylor Stitch
Huckberry Interior
HIPLOK D BIKE LOCK | Image

HIPLOK D BIKE LOCK

Hiplok create innovative and unique products for keeping bicycles safe without disrupting the enjoyment of riding. The Hiplok D is a small, compact, robust and easy to carry D Lock with an unique clip feature that allows you to easily clip it onto a messenger bag strap, belt, or even your back pocket, making it perfect for quick access and easy locking. The slim profile lock is Sold Secure Silver certified and weighs only 1000g, it is available in four colors, all b...
read more
Diamond Atelier Mark II Series | Image

Diamond Atelier Mark II Series

Munich´s expert motorcycle customizer Diamond Atelier has recently launched a new series with a timeless shape that will please Cafe Racer enthusiasts. The limited edition run is called Mark II Series, and is based on a BMW Monolever 247 frame. Each bike can be ordered in three stages, each to the client’s specifications, you can choose an 800cc or a 1000cc engine. The standard model comes with a modified original 41mm BMW fork, 285mm BMW brake discs, powder coated ...
read more
2015 PORSCHE 911 GTS | Image

2015 PORSCHE 911 GTS

Porsche have unveiled the spectacular 2015 911 Carrera GTS models. The new 911 GTS version is available in coupe and cabriolet versions, with a choice of either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, and boasts an impressive 430hp six-cylinder engine capable of hitting 60 mph in only 3.8 seconds, and a top speed of 190mph. Check out the video of the all new 2015 Porsche 911 GTS after the jump....
read more