The Classified Moto CB836-CM ($CALL) was built for the companies first customer Bob Ranew. He's been with Classified from the beginning, through all of their growing pains, and he even designed their logos. So it's no surprise they built a special bike for a special client.This build started with a 1976 Honda CB750K donor cycle. Upgrades included a new front end, front wheel, and front brakes from a 2009 Yamaha YZF-R6. The swing arm and rear wheel were replaced with parts from a 2006 Triumph Sprint ST. Additional modifications include Progressive Suspension 465 shocks, Metzeler (front) and Shinko (rear) Tires, a modified Honda CB500 tank, and a Wiseco 836cc big bore engine.If you're looking for the perfect restored Yamaha for yourself then Classified Moto is the place to go. For a level 4 build like this one prices start at about $24,000 and go up from there.
The New Balance 574 Stadium Jack Pack ($CALL) features five colorways that do a great job representing iconic varsity jacket colors. These include black & red, royal blue & red, navy & yellow, grey & royal blue and Teal & purple. These 574's feature suede and mesh uppers, with white midsoles, and matching outersoles. Check out pics of each shoe after the break.(more…)
The Derringer Electric Bike ($3500) is a U.S. made board track racing inspired electric bicycle. Each bike is handmade to custom requirements in Los Angeles, California. The power of the Derringer is provided by a 12.5 Ah lithium-ion battery that will provide 1000 recharge cycles. Battery options include 37, 52, and 63 volts. The Heritage and Signature Series also include a 4 Amp charger that can recharge a drained battery in 3 hours. All bikes ship in USA street legal mode: 750 watts and 20 mph maximum.
Classic, is the first word that comes to mind when looking at the Weatherbreaker Jacket ($130). Although the styling is basic by todays standards, it still defines old school cool the way no other jacket can. The Weatherbreaker features a motorcycle inspired collar, plaid lining, rib-knit cuffs and waist, and the Weatherbreaker water and wind resistant shell.
The Canyon Speedmax CF SLX Triathlon Road Bike ($TBA) may look like a concept, but it'll actually be hitting the roads this December. The Speedmax is called the complete system because it incorporates everything a competitive rider needs directly into the frame. These integrations include a hydration bottle for effortless drinking, food storage for energy bars, gels or salt tablets, a top grip with outstanding ergonomics, and improved damping at the arm pads, extension grips, and basebar grips. And in the top tube you get a space for your tool bag. A lightweight neoprene case equipped with two CO2 cartridges, two tire levers and a spare tube. Visit Canyon's site for the rest of the specs.
The Oxgut Nikki's Weekender Bag ($279) offers the perfect balance of ruggedness, style, and environmental awareness.The Nikki's Bag is named after a female King's Beach firefighter who was instrumental in helping Oxgut salvage fire house around the North lake Tahoe area.It is based on the design of their wood carrier, but with a trimmed down profile, black cotton lining, and two interior pockets.All bags are hand-crafted in the U.S., made from salvaged fire hose, with black fire-hose grips on the handles. Additional features include copper rivets, and varied stenciling. All three to four weeks for delivery.