The Classified Moto guys out of Richmond Virginia have crated a beauty with their Classified Moto XV920R ($TBA) customization. It includes Moto's signature sportbike front end and rear end swap, gold anodized forks, a bare metal fuel tank, cropped seat, and a big 180mm rear tire. A new custom sprocket helps deal with the increased offset from the rear sprocket needed for the larger tire. The power of this bike comes from a Yamaha V-Twin. Classified Moto has created an awesome cafe racer inspired bike with this build. More pics after the break.(more…)
Nike is taking the classic Roshe silhouette and throwing out the laces. The Nike Roshe Run Slip One - Black & White ($75) look real comfortable. The shoe features a fat Phylon midsole for a comfortable wear and a minimal black and white colorway which should go nicely with any outfit. Additional features include a form-fitted upper, and a synthetic bootie for a snug fit. The shoes are available now for order from Oneness.
The new timeless classic Fujifilm X-T10 Camera ($799) combines vintage looks with modern technology for the best of both. Fuji's latest retro shooter features multiple swappable lenses and a sizable 16 megapixel sensor. The integrated OLED viewfinder does not suffer from costly lag and the intuitive customizable controls enable you to be as active or as laid back as you want when setting up your shots. For the traditional feel of a reliable SLR with cutting edge technology the Fujifilm X-T10 camera is the affordable choice that won't disappoint.
Cafe Racers ($36) chronicles the evolution of one of the most beloved bikes of the 1960s. It goes from the mid twentieth century all the way to modern times. First becoming popular in Britain, these bikes represented the Rock and Roll subculture of the time. Cafe Racers are nimble, lean, light and beautifully simplistic machines. Michael Lichter, one of the top motorcycle photographers, has captured the essence of the culture in over 200 stunning large-format photographs. While motorcycle culture expert Paul d'Orleans provides the text. If your into bikes at all, this book would make a great addition to your collection.
Got adventure streaming through your blood? Say goodbye to generic watches and hello to the Redux COURG watch ($259) a must-have timepiece for the man on a mission. COURG (pronounced courage) is the first hybrid cockpit instrument, fused with diver tools – a revolutionary watch design.And just in case you didn't know COURG is not mis-spelled."COURG is a way point, which is a navigational tool used by pilots to chart their flight across the globe. Way points are composed of 5-letters and made to be spoken as a word so pilots can quickly transmit their location via radio. This particular way point stands just outside Washington, DC and as you probably guessed -- is pronounced COURAGE.We chose COURG because courage is a character trait we could all use more of -- choosing to make the right and often difficult decisions even when we know the going will get tough."Built like a tank, it's robust and dependable, with movement that will run for twenty years without servicing. It's also automatic, minimal, functional and an excellent value for money. If you're after a premium timepiece with ultra-modern functionality, there's no better choice than the COURG watch by Redux. And because it's made from Titanium it is the lightest watch in it class. 20% lighter than comparable watches.For less than $300 you'd be hard pressed to find a better made or a better looking watch.
Adidas is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the ZX series, by releasing three bold colorways in the landmark silhouette. The Adidas Originals ZX Anniversary Pack ($119) features an upper made from leather and mesh panelling, a partial Ghilly lacing system, rigid heel counter, and a torsion sole unit. The new colorways include; Dark Brown, Zest & Macaw ($119), Nomad Red & Collegiate Royal ($119), & Carbon & Orange Beauty ($119). You can pre-order yours today from End Clothing with an expected shipping date some time in April.