As the sun has seemingly, mercifully set on that trend known as ghost riding, perhaps the kids who were stepping out of their moving cars for YouTube fame can graduate to the Remote Control Range Rover Sport.
Sometimes a great cigar just lands in your lap and it’s your duty to smoke it right then and there; like say, at a wedding. Now you can be fully prepared for all these moments with these Cigar Punch Cufflinks.
One of the all-time disappointments has to be the pogo stick. Remember how amazing those things looked when you were a kid? Then you got on one and it was all “OK, I think Scooby is back from commercial by now.”
European surfing and BMW scramblers. “What are things that don’t seem to go together, Alex?” That answer might’ve been good for $300 in the past, but not now, as BMW Motorrad has unveiled its first ever scrambler, the Concept Path 22.
It’s looking like the folks at Leica have aired it out with the new Leica Q, a full-frame, fixed-lens compact camera that promises the company’s traditional top-tier quality and aesthetics with a wealth of modern features
This is not one of those custom jobs where you can’t believe the final product came from the original version---the BMW DNA is clearly still evident here. But that hardly means the Ton-Up BMW R80 Indira Motorcycle isn’t a looker.
Tracking shots, where the camera is mounted on a moving dolly, have been used for decades in Hollywood. But what if you’d like to give your videos a little boost of professionalism? The PocketSkater 2 can do that for you.
The list of movies Steve McQueen turned down reads like a Hollywood Hall of Fame: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Ocean’s 11, Apocalypse Now, The French Connection, A Bridge Too Far. But one thing the “King of Cool” could never pass up was a potent sports car. This 1976 Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera was in fact McQueen's very last special order Porsche, and it’s going on Mecum’s auction block.
Apparently overfilling electric kettles is kind of a problem. We never really gave it much thought, but yeah, if millions of people each day put too much water in their teapots, then use extra heat for that excess water, we see how it could add up.