If I was looking for a word to describe this bike it would be, 'Dangerous'. The guys over at Rough Crafts have taken a 2014-spec Dyna Street Bob, and created a masterpiece with vintage appeal. The Urban Cavalry By Rough Crafts ($TBA) features a 1689 cc motor with a S&S Super G carburetor and a brand new exhaust system from Dog House Racing. Additional features include Kawasaki sport-bike forks, blacked-out Ohlins shocks on the back, aluminum swingarm, and a BDL open belt drive. Based on the looks of the bike, it's easy to imagine this bike racing through your favorite sci-fi flick.
A racing simulator that costs more than an actual car and can be just as dangerous as driving a real car? That would be the cutting edge CXC Motion Pro II Racing Simulator ($54,000)! This fully functioning simulator features a fully kitted out dashboard, a trio of widescreen displays, high quality speakers, pedals and a seat that shifts and turns to match the on screen action. The entry level version starts off at a mighty $54,000 but the costs could soon mount up if you don't release the steering wheel during a virtual crash as the feedback and torque is accurate enough to actually cause you harm! If you're looking for the ultimate simulating driving experience then the Motion Pro II is the clear choice.
The Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen SS14 Lookbook ($TBA) is out and the pieces are made up of prints, patterns, and materials that capture the best of California sports and loungewear. The shoot actually takes place on the coast of Southern California and is photographed by Mike Carreiro.
The collection features bomber jacket, blazers, pants, baseball tees, and much more. I wouldn't put this collection into the street wear genre. It's more modern with hints of street influence. The collection is available today from Shades of Grey online shop.
(photo credit - Shades of Grey)
Welcome to our daily series “The Daily Roundup“, where we scour the web and provide you with links to all the happenings around the world that we’ve found.
1. Top 5 Countries Most Likely To Win World War III - The Richest
2. Tour the Milky Way in 20 billion pixels - CNET
3. Math Teacher Punishes Students With 'Game of Thrones' Spoilers - Mashable
4. 5 NFL Teams That Struck Gold in Free Agency - Bleacher Report
5. Richard Nixon: The Eternal Ratfker - Esquire
6. Sheryl Sandberg: Facebook Refused No-Poaching Agreement With Google - TechCrunch
7. 2014 Call of Duty Championship With A $1 Million Prize Pool - Geeky-Gadgets
8. Start Your Chicken in a Cold Skillet for Delicious, Crispy Skin - Lifehacker
They guys over at DeltaMaker not only want the their 3D printer to create works of art, but they also want the creation process to be a work of art that can be on display in your home. The open air design does not use the conventional one motor per axis system. It uses three parallel arms to move the print head. This makes a fun to watch high resolution printer that can create objects up to 9x11 inches. This printer uses a 1.75mm filament, and will achieve 100 micron layer resolution. The frame is made from rigid aluminum and uses an open-source software. Check out their KickStarter.
These Mini Materials ($10+) allow you to enjoy all the fun of building in the comfort of your own home and are a great gift for anyone in the construction industry. Whether you’re just looking for a bit of fun or are planning your next build, these Mini Materials are perfect.Each Mini Material is scaled at a 1/12 ratio, which is typically used for modelling, allowing you to create life like buildings and structures. There are several realistic Mini Materials to choose from including cinder blocks, bricks, pallets, two by fours and even mortar. So why not start your next big idea with Mini Materials.