Bugatti teamed up with German luxury bike builders PG to create an insane urban bike in the image of the nearly 1500 horsepower Chiron supercar. Constructed of carbon fiber using techniques & processes found only in aeronautics & auto design, the bike is ultra light, aerodynamic & rigid. Only 667 of these super city bikes will be built.
With design styling that’s an obvious nod to its 1960s-era chronographs, Hamilton created the Hamilton Intra-Matic 68 to blend modern function with classic good looks. The 42mm automatic is powered by a caliber H-31 Swiss made movement that boasts a 60-hour power reserve. It features a white dial with black sub-dials and a date display window positioned at 6 o’clock.
The latest wearable from Swiss luxury watchmaker Tag Heuer is the Connected Modular 45, an Android Wear-powered smartwatch built into an interchangeable case. That way, when the smart technology becomes outdated, you can simply swap it out for the newest version or a regular non-smart Heuer timepiece, thereby extending the life of your watch. The Connected Modular 45 is available in a wide array of styles & material options from titanium to black ceramic to 18K Rose gold and more. Over 500 styling combinations to choose from.
Porsche Design is anything but predictable and with the release of the BOOK ONE they’re exploring new terrain yet again. This time, a 2-in-1 laptop computer with a detachable display that functions as a tablet. The display is deployed using a VarioHinge, inspired by the gearbox of a sports car. Under the hood there’s a 7th Gen 2.70 GHz Intel i7-7500U processor, 16 GB RAM, & 512 GB SSD hard drive. Battery life is 14 hours.
With its record-setting lap time at the legendary Nürburgring, the Lamborghini Huracán Performante became the world’s fastest standard production car. This variant of the Huracán was completely re-engineered for reduced weight, increased engine power, a stronger, lighter chassis and an innovative active aerodynamics system called ALA.
Powered by a supercharged 2.1 liter, 2097cc V-twin that pumps out 210 horses, the handbuilt Valiant SC from Hesketh Cycles is a high-end custom built in the British racing tradition with only the best components. The Hesketh name earned a heavy rep as a Formula powerhouse in the 1970s. Today, they’re building bikes like these in very limited numbers.
The latest addition to Harley’s entry-level Street series lineup is the Street Rod. It got a fresh chassis and styling plus a re-tuned motor. The high output, water-cooled V-twin Revolution X 750 engine has been dialed in to produce 18% more power & a bit more torque than the original Street 750.
The lightweight TigerMoth Camper from Taxa Outdoors opens wide for easy access & it’s got a pull-out kitchen with running water. The interior sleeps 2 adults and features built-in LED lighting, 12-volt & USB plugs, plus plenty of storage space. There’s a front-mounted storage/toolbox, roof racks and cargo decks with optional roof-mounted solar panels.
Suited for a variety of environments, this modular shelving system from Tanner Goods is adaptable to easily grow and change with your surroundings. Each unit is built by hand with an combination of rigid, lightweight aluminum and organic hardwoods, all made right in the USA. 9 different sizes and configurations are available.
Designed & built for the factory team with the sole purpose of earning Indian the AMA Flat Track title, the race-tuned FTR750 Scout will now be available to the public-at-large. Two important details: it is not road legal and the price tag is $50K. Let’s hope that this offering hints at a road legal (& more affordable) version of the Scout in the not-too-distant future.