For any ardent biker fan who knows the legacy of Harley Davidson has a stimulating news to hold onto. For a hard core Gin fanatic here in the club, has an equally sensational news to be heard. For a biker junkie with an exclusive taste for Gin, this read is a bonanza.
Ladies and gents, we present to you the vision and passion of a man in a bottle of spirit nesting some Harley relics. This relishing product is from one Uwe Ehinger who travels round the globe digging out for old motorbike parts and rebuilding motorcycles as a tribute to the past. This passion and spirit of Uwe Ehinger got him the name ‘The Archaeologist’ and is now honoured with the real spirit in a bottle that proudly boasts premium dry gin.
Piaggio’s new personal assistant GITA.
Imagine something following you everywhere you go silently without you noticing about it. Eerie isn’t it?
Looks like we all need to get used to this feeling because our future is going to have a robot following us, and the best part about it is that it is there to carry our stuff for us rather than to cause fear. Piaggio is working with its PFF (Piaggio Fast Forward) mobility sector to bring us this assisting robot which is touted to make our lives simpler and help us with our daily chores. They call it GITA. It has an elder brother too, to do bigger chores and is called as KILO.
The Bike Shed
Life is about three things folks. Food. Motorcycles. Music. They have an aura about them that can take you to places no other substitute would do, and the solitude you find in each one of them can become hypnotic.
And if you can find all of these under the same roof, a roof that once primarily used to store tobacco at the beginning of the 19th century, you do not need permission from your mother to get there.
Housed under four huge railway arches of the historic Tobacco Dock, is a motorcycle club called as ‘The Bike Shed’. It has a restaurant/café/lounge in London’s newest and unique venue and flaunts some of the greatest vibes for every enthusiast of everything two-wheels. It also includes a shop, a salon, a blank canvas for private events and exhibition of the finest art and photography and custom builds adding to the sense of lifestyle and theatre.
In the year 1963, Prof. Ferdinand Alexander Porsche designed the legendary Porsche 911. And even to this day, that name has been synonyms to one of the most iconic cars the world has ever seen. It is the longest running production car that still stays true to its roots as the quintessential sports car. The newest edition of this legend is the 911 GT3. Besides its mind-bending performance figures and its handling prowess as a rear engine layout, it carries a glorious exhaust note from the flat six via its titanium silencer and chrome exhaust tips.
“Contemporary. Cool. Iconic.” Has been the tag line of every product that came out of the Porsche Design Studio in Zell am See and Berlin. They go beyond the borders of the automobile and create a new styling world for discerning men and women running the show. One such product from this company is the 911 Soundbar. A music sound system that notes every symphony of the sports car being transcended once again through a 911 exhaust unit.