The BAC Mono Supercar ($162,000) is the latest entry into the street legal track car category. The car is built by Cheshire based Briggs Automotive Company. It features a 2.3 liter four-cylinder engine which puts out 280 horses and 206 lb-ft of torque. The engine is paired with a six-speed Hewland transmission and hydraulic paddle shifters. All this allows you to focus on driving instead of hitting the grove when shifting. Just a flick of a finger on one of the two paddles takes care of business.
This is not one of those plastic toboggans that you keep for a season and then toss. The Wood Toboggan By Lucky Bums ($165) is made to become a family heirloom that will passed down from generation to generation. This toboggan is handmade using a classic parallel wood slat design and rich wood details. It includes a comfortable sled pad that's big enough to hold 3 small kids or two adults (up to 300 lbs). The sled measures 50 x 18 x 15 inches and weighs 15 pounds. Make some memories this winter with the Lucky Bums Wood Toboggan.
Here's another badass ride making its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG003 ($2.3M) is a built-from-scratch supercar that comes in two versions. The SCG003C is track only and the SCG003S is for you road warriors. We don't yet have any details on the track version, but the "S" will have a range of available engines with the top of the line being a twin-turbocharged V-12. SCG isn't giving split times, but they do say the power to weight ratio will rival the Koenigsegg One's one hp to every 2.2 pounds of weight.
If you love home brewing craft beer, but don't like all the hassle, then this might be just what you're looking for. The Pico ($500) home brewing system is fully automatic and allows you to create 5L mini-keg batches at a time. The system uses PicoPaks, which come in a wide variety of flavors. You just add water, brew for about 2 hours, ferment in a keg, and transfer to your dispenser and carbonate overnight. If you're interested in the Pico, hurry because their Kickstarter campaign will be ending soon, and so will the savings.
Practically every item in a mans modern wardrobe has a predecessor which was a definitive item, a first of its kind. These were generally designed for a special use and all subsequent versions were based on this original. Icons Of Men's Style ($20) examines this phenomena item by item and look at the most prominent, and famous, of these garments as well as their history and provenance. This is a fascination look at the stories of our favorite designs, the company/brand who started it all in the first place and how that item shaped the way that men dress today.
So many booty videos to choose from. The latest is Jennifer Lopez's "Booty" featuring Iggy Azalea. Directed by Hype Williams, the video features Iggy and Jennifer in revealing bathing suits and outfits that show off their best assets. So Anaconda vs Booty, which team are you on?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxtIRArhVD4