The famed bike customizer has just released their latest creation, and it is a new take on a bike they've worked on previously. The Deus Ex Machina Bali Dog Motorcycle ($CALL) is featured in the upcoming Deus film, Dust. For this redux the Bali Dog was updated to make it, and off-roader made for enduro and mountain trails while retaining its road bike functionality. For the transformation, the Bali Dog was outfitted with Duro nobbies, off-market plastic fenders for durability, 21-by-1.6 rims, Suzuki TS bars and a vintage lamp, and a custom seat and tank. For additional details and images visit Deus' blog.
The 1980s were a great decade for some awesome movies, and a good example of this is 48 Hrs. ($8). Directed by Walter Hill and starring Nick Nolte, Eddie Murphy, and Annette O’Toole, this movie is a must-have for anyone who loves the comedy crime genre. 48 HRS. is about the unlikely pairing of a cop and a wise-cracking criminal who work together to find a killer. Some of the top scenes include Eddie singing Roxanne, Luther and the car door, the western bar scene, and Nick and Eddie's fight scene. This is without a doubt Eddie Murphy's best movie.
The Games That Changed The Game ($12) by Ron Jaworkski, takes and in depth look at seven games that changed the way football was and still is played today. Each of these games introduces new coaching schemes and ideologies whose impacts can still be felt. Each game is described quarter by quarter and key plays are described in detail with supporting diagrams. Some of the things you learn are how the West Coast offense came to life, how Buddy Ryans 46 defense was born, and profiles like one on Don Coryell, the father of the wide-open, "go-deep" passing blitzkrieg. If you love football, then this is a most have book for any collection.
The BROPENER is simplicity at its finest. The BROPENER ($16) is a piece of aircraft grade aluminum that you can adhere to almost any dry, sturdy surface. Just put your bottle cap on top of the aluminum and a with a quick tap of the first, Walla your beverage is ready for consumption. And don't worry about having caps all over the place, there is a magnet embedded in the back of the BROPENER. Check out their [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=S4LfrJ2P49w width=640 height=480 anchor=video] to see it in action.
The worst is planning a short trip out and then realizing that your phone is out of juice. You didn't bring your backpack so you don't have your big charger or cables. What if you could carry reserve juice in your wallet? That's where the TravelCard ($40) comes in. It's a battery backup the size of a credit card and just 3/16" thick you can carry in your wallet. It gives you five hours of talk time, 4.5 hours of internet usage, and 98 hours of standby time. There are four colors available and it comes with either a micro USB or Lightning connector. You can check out their Kickstarter campaign which is going on right now.
Nike has put together the ultimate running shoe. The Nike Flyknit Trainer ($150) was made based on information from the best marathon runners. The shoe features a virtually seamless knit upper, that provides a breathable, snug fit. The one-piece upper moves with your foot and integrates support and stretch without the additional weight of overlays. The Nike Flyknit Trainer also offers low-profile, responsive cushioning. If you're looking for a shoe that is barely there and can go the distance, The NIke Flyknit is it.