Touted as the “most valuable motorcycle and Coke collectible in the world” this 1996 Harley-Davidson Road King has a one-of-a-kind pedigree. You can own it today for a cool $4.75 million!
Buying for the car nut in your life? Searching for a gift with an automotive theme? You’ve come to the right place!
If you’re not a car nut yourself, shopping for one can be intimidating. Many would-be gift givers opt for something less “technical”. Like a necktie. But fear not! We can help you find a cool gift for your favorite gearhead that will be the automotive highlight of their holiday!
Meguiar’s Complete Car Kit
It’s driveway nirvana with this comprehensive ensemble from the leaders in shine— Meguiar. The G55032 kit includes all the shampoo, wax, scratch remover, a detailer and washing mitts you’ll need for professional results.
For years iBolt has been our go-to choice for vehicle docks. Their latest offering raises the bar once again!
Designed for most devices equipped with a Micro USB charging port, the new mPro Car Dock features an integrated charger and NFC convenience to launch your favorite driving app. It also includes the iBolt super-sticky suction cup that somehow leaves no goo on the windshield). Continue reading
BMW has unveiled an experimental electric-powered version of their popular RR sportbike. The eRR is a silent version of the S1000RR and doesn’t just look fast— it is fast. Continue reading
In January an unknown company debuted an electric scooter. But they didn’t travel to Milan or Frankfort— they rolled it out at CES, the Consumer Electronic Show.
That makes sense because the Gogoro Smartscooter is part gadget, part transportation and part fashion. You could call it the Tesla of scooters. But the most unique feature of this electric vehicle (EV) is the fact you don’t charge it. Gogoro has worked out a clever system of battery swapping instead. Continue reading
If you were wondering when Google would get around to reinventing the motorcycle helmet- well, you’re too late.
Thanks to an enterprising man named Marcus Weller the idea of a two-wheeled version of Google Glass may soon be a reality. In fact, if you hurry you can sign on as a beta tester!