Ok last video for a while, but I had to post this just for the pure quality. Both of the cafe racer and the video itself. You just can’t deny the work that wen’t into making such a beautiful video and bike. Oh, and you thought your Valentino Rossi replica helmet was expensive, try checking the price of the Ruby she has on. Probably one of the most beautiful helmets made. Scenery is just killer!
This, pretty much is a dream for me. Putting together a very successful motorcycle shop that expands to much more, and giving back to the community by throwing a bbq. Good people, great friends, good food, lovely machinery. Doesn’t get much better then this.
I really love the video’s that are done by Depth of Speed. I really goes beyond just showing a video on a nice car and bring out the story and life of the owner. It just happens that the car featured is one of the most beautiful cars ever made. I mean even down to the color combination. I absolutely love the full red leather trimmed interior with the bits of wood and chrome. It truly is a thing of beautiful. To make things better the car is actually driven! I’m sure it had it’s flaws but the owner loves driving it and enjoys the car. I get the people truly see cars like art and just enjoy looking at them, but you have to respect a man who doesn’t care about that and drives it like it should.
I had posted a short update showing our recent bicycle build, from our company 1OF, of “The General”. We finally got around to go for a ride on a nice day and I decided to take some shots. This is our first demo bike, and just to refresh your memory, the frame you see on this bike is the frame we will be selling. Custom camo in any color you can imagine, or any other designs you wish along with solid colors. If you are interested or have any questions please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Like I said we will have more demo frames done soon as well as a website. Thanks!!
Hope you liked what you saw!! Much, much more to come!
So I recently acquired a Audi B6 S4 and promised myself I would keep it stock and actually enjoy the car for a year before tearing it down and modding. I came across these photos from Worthersee and damn does it look good!! Very simple, yet very affective. Air ride a set of Vossen’s and this car is good to go. Ah man, now to hold myself back from my addiction!
I don’t know the guy personally, but I’ve been in love with this car ever since I laid eyes on it during H2Oi last year. He recently polished the centers of his OZ wheels and it made a small but impactful difference. Came across this video put together Jared Houston and thought I’d share it, but mostly because I love how sexy this car looks. Haha.
So it has always just been kinda known that when you talk about air bag suspension, your talking about a show car. But there is something that over years people might not get. Things get better, more reliable, more simplified. I am seeing, especially in the muscle car world, that they are using air ride suspension on their track cars. I’m not talking about full blown race cars but cars that get thrashed around the track every weekend. Sometime’s we have to remind ourselves that things always improve when there is a market. Bags have gotten very reliable, and like I said very simplified. Weight is not as much an issue as it was before. So if your torn between bags and coilovers because you want to be low and still perform well, don’t be. Air bags are very capable. Below is a pretty good example. We all know Evo’s are really fast cars, but we also know they look sick slammed to the ground. He’s got the best of both worlds. Props.
As I’ve said time and time again, Worthersee Tour never fails to bring some of the dopest content in the world, every year. I came across this video from FELGENOUTLET and thought it was very well done. Although it covers less then a quarter of the beautiful show cars, you can get a taste of the quality in attendance.
We seemed to be filled in a tuner world of form over function. Ten-fifteen years ago it was all about racing and making your car faster and lighter. Making the car look good was secondary. Now if your car doesn’t look good, it’s not getting in a show. I have been following this Prelude build for a while now and it’s been all about a quality build with appearance being the main focus. I recently saw this picture and thought it was a refreshing change. The car still looks great but he added a bit of function and performance. The engine bay no longer has as clean a look as it did before, but it packs a 4 channel AEM, which is why you see the 4 O2 sensors. It allows the tuning of each cylinder. It ain’t pretty, but it sure does add a crap load of performance and is done right. You really can’t hate on that. Although it may not look good, it’s still a piece of art. Props.
Well I am finally back from my vacation, so it’s back to work!
There have been a couple shows the past two weekends from around the world, and plenty of new builds. In Japan, something that has really caught my eye are the guys from 326 POWER and their unbelievable Nissan builds. We are so used to huge drift focused builds, that I really can’t put a finger on what this is. It reminds me of a lot of the VIP builds you see. Tons of camber, radiused fenders, and cars so low you have a hard time believing they are drivable. I am really loving this new “style” and would love to see more of it. Below is one example of this different way of building a S-chassis. So dope!