Just in case you missed it in the theaters, Django Unchained ($15) is about to be released to video. The story, written by Quentin Tarantino, is about a former dentist, Dr. King Schultz (Christopher Waltz) turned bounty hunter who buys the freedom of the slave Django (Jamie Foxx). Dr. King Schultz plans to train Django to be his deputy bounty hunter. Instead, he is taken to the plantation where Calvin Candie (Leonardo Dicaprio) is holding Django's wife. As with any other Quentin Tarantino movie, there is plenty of violence and lots of revenge. Pre-orders are available now, and the movie will be released to DVD on April 16th. Check out the video for a sneak peak.
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.
Whether you're in an urban environment, in the suburbs, at college, finding the best bike locks for your budget is an absolute necessity. This article will provide 17 Of The Best Bike Locks Available. We cover two primary types of locks in this article; The U-Lock and the chain lock.The U-Lock is perfect in most circumstances. Its shape limits leveraging and the locking mechanism holds up well to hammers and chisels. Mini versions of U-Locks allow you to lock a wheel and the frame while the larger versions can accommodate to tires and the frame.
The chain lock is perfect for high crime areas. You'll want to make sure you get one with thick links and a heavy duty padlock.The chain lock is perfect for high crime areas. You'll want to make sure you get one with thick links and a heavy duty padlock. Chain locks resist leverage due to their link design and are also resistant to hacksaws and chisels. We also take a look at a couple high-tech keyless models, cuff locks and even a bike GPS tracking device in case the thief gets past your lock. We don't cover any cable locks as we feel they are too susceptible to cutters.
The 2015 McLaren P1 GTR ($3M) will be makings its formal debut March 15th at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. It is the track-only version of the British automaker's iconic GTR badge. It features a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V-8 paired with an electric motor. This combination puts out 986 horses and produces an amazing 1,455 pounds of downforce at 150 mph. The stance on the GTR is 80mm wider then its P1 counterpart and it features alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli slick tires. We're not sure how many of these bad boys will be made, but the first folks allowed to purchase one of these will be previous P1 owners. Making the 2015 McLaren P1 GTR a classic out of the gate.
The Modern Industry Redux Slingpack ($195) redefines simplicity and style. The Slingpack is made to be worn across the body like a messenger bag. It features a large main compartment with a weather resistant roll top. You also get a padded interior computer sleeve and an exterior pocket for all the gear you need to access quickly. The padded strap was made to make taking the Redux on and off a quick operation. The bag is handcrafted in San Francisco, California. And besides all that the bag just looks cool.
I have to say I'm a bit skeptical on this one. I mean if there was a car out there that was able to run on salt water, I would think we'd be hearing more about it. The QUANT E-Sportlimousine ($TBA) claims to be a luxury sportscar that runs on salt water. It first made its debut at the 2014 geneva motor show and has now been approved for public roads. Its powerplant features an electric motor strapped to each wheel and a nanoFLOWcell electrolyte flow cell power system. The system is powered purely by salt water and has a range of 600 kilometers. The 912 horses from the engine will get you to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds. Here's hoping this turns out to be the real deal.