If you love a big rear end, you'll love Harley Davidson's Breakout ($18,000). The Breakout is inspired by the classic Gasser drag bikes of the '50s and '60s. Everything about this bike is big including the wheels. The Breakout has 21 inch 130mm tires up front and a massive 240mm 18-inch tire in the back. This aggressive bike is powered by Harley's 103ci Twin Cam 103B engine. This engine will get you about 96 lb-ft of torque. Throw on some saddlebags and the Breakout will be perfect for that weekend excursion.
The original Robocop took place in a crime-ridden Detroit and a Peter Weller (RoboCop) is killed when he takes what seems like a hundred bullets plus a final one to the dome. He is then turned into the RoboCop to fight crime. In the new RoboCop Movie Trailer ($TBA) it looks like he gets blown up and doesn't die, just gets really messed up which is a little disappointing. The brutality of the origInal kill scene really sets the stage in the first movie about the morality of using extreme violence to fight violence. Take a look at the video and let me know what you think of the new flick.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBeSfnIT_Bw
The Olivier Jonquet Elie Watch ($2600) is based on the timepieces of the 1920s and 30s. The watch is impeccably made including such features as a cushion-shaped case made from 319L steel, a sapphire crystal, a beautiful enameled white dial and blue steel hands. The entire watch is made in France including the mechanical movement, the Ebauche FE 233/69, and the case. The Elie will be available in either a satin or polished finished. Olivier Jonquet are taking pre-orders now and if sufficient orders are received delivery is expected some time in October 2014. Only 50 pieces of the watch will be made.
The idea behind the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, was to have a factory vehicle that could handle the most difficult trails, such as the Rubicon Path near Lake Tahoe. The 10th Anniversary Jeep Wrangler Rubicon ($36,000-$40,000) lives up to that standard. The Rubicon comes with a 285 horsepower Pentastar 3.6 liter V6. The first gear has a ratio reduction of 73:1. Which means you can drive this thing over pretty much anything. An additional .5" of height and the BF Goodrich KM2 265/70-17 tires add to the Rubicons abilities.
Runners and joggers get ready to meet your new best friend the Pebble Core ($70). Inspired by the famous and now somewhat overlooked iPod shuffle the Pebble Core uses its own 3G connection to instantly stream music from the streaming service Spotify and can connect with your headphones wirelessly through a Bluetooth connection. There’s no need to lug your phone or iPod with you when you’re on a run. It also features a built-in GPS and can sync data to fitness apps through Wi-Fi. And don’t worry about emergencies because it also has a built-in SOS function. All this is available in a stylish, secure light-weight package.
The Verona, Italy-based customizer, MR. Martini, has taken the Ducati Streetfighter to it's bad-ass, vintage, punk roots. The Flash Back America Ducati by Mr. Martini is so unconventional, that it's raised quite a bit of controversy. In transforming the bike Mr. Martini has replaced the original front with a massive vintage headlight. The carbon rims have been painted with a satin grey finish, the sidecovers trimmed and the subframe shortened. Mr. Martini throws up a finger at conformity and by doing so creates an aura around the mastepieces he creates.