The 500W motor in this Stromer ST2 Electric Bicycle ($7,000) can accelerate faster than most cars and will give you up to 100 miles from one charge! The steady speed of 28mph means you can safely keep up with traffic while around the city and should your ST2 sense a thief it will go on lock down. Theft mode immobilises the rear wheel and an internal GPS chip kicks in allowing your bike to be tracked! Check out the ultimate commuting solution today.
"Always bet on black" is the saying and the newly released black beauty from Bandit9 is an easy bet to be another hit from the iconic motorcycle shop out of China. The Nero MKII by Bandit9 ($CALL) started off as a Chang Jiang 750 and Bandit9 has taken it to the next level.The Chang Jiang 750's are known for having the longest production run of any vehicle. It was first produced as the BMW R71 (1938-1941) and then Russia took over and produced the bike as the M72 from 1942-1963, while China started its production of the bike in 1957.Bandit9 has taken the bike and customized the gas tank, rear cowl, handlebars, forks, and foot pegs. It also features upgraded disk brakes, a curved dual exhaust, exposed suspension, HD Headlight, and LED brake lights. And of course the Bandit9 Matte Black Paint job on the majority of the MKII's components. This is a limited edition run of 9 bikes. Contact Bandit9 for pricing and delivery options.(more…)
If you have a 1993-2003 Harley Davidson 1200 or 883 sportster and love to do a little off-roading you may want to give Carducci Dual Sport a call. Carducci does exactly what the name says, they take older Harley Sportsters and turn them into true on/off road motorcycles. Their Harley SC3 Adventure Kits ($TBA) are all built to order. Currently Carducci is only doing six complete custom conversions a year. So if you want to get on the list shoot them an email.
1001 Golf Holes You Must Play Before You Die ($25), is a lavishly illustrated book that brings us the definitive collection of the 1001 best golf holes across the globe. These are organized by the level of the challenge so golfers at whatever stage of the game will find the ones best suited to them. This the latest addition to the ever popular 1001 series and is a must have for any fans of golf and would make a great gift for any special occasion, particularly Father's Day. Every golfer has a dream of having a chance to play the best holes and now you know exactly where to find them. A must have for every golfer.
In this updated and expanded edition of Vintage Spirits And Forgotten Cocktails ($15) , expert, drink aficionado and historian Dr. Cocktail adds yet another 20 fine new recipes to his hand-picked collection of the 80 rare-and-worth-rediscovering drink recipes. He shares revelations about the latest trends in cocktails, provides new resources for some of the more uncommon ingredients, and gives us indepth profiles of many of movers and shakers in the cocktail world. Bursting with expanded anecdotes historic facts and and full-color vintage images courtesy of some very uncommon sources this is a must-have volume for all of those who enjoy an icy drink accompanied by an unforgettable tale.
"Revelatory . . . With every chapter, you get a history lesson, a hunting lesson, a nature lesson and a cooking lesson. . . .Meat Eater offers an overabundance to savor." - The New York Times Book ReviewMeat Eater ($20) is about Steven Rinella, he spent his childhood in Twin Lake, Michigan. He was a hunters son who taught his 3 boys to love the natural world in the same way as he did. When he was a kid Rinella devoured all stories of the American wilderness, especially those exploits of his ultimate hero Daniel Boone. He started fishing when he was only 3 and shot his first squirrel when only 8 and his first deer when 13. His college was decided by its proximity to a good hunting ground and he has also experimented in how you can live just on wild meat. He is now an adult and uses his hunting skills to bring home the meat which feeds his family. A look at a life so different from our digital frenzy it is difficult to believe at times we are on the same planet never mind in the same country.