Ducati SportClassic by Corse Motorcycles

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We were already big fans of the Ducati SportClassic Sport 1000, and this custom built bike the team at Corse Motorcycles had us falling even more in love with the single seat cafe racer. Led by Anthony Warnock (former World Super Bike/Moto GP mechanic), the folks at Corse took a stock 2006 Sport Classic, and transformed it into the beauty …

Triple the Awesome

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From the creators of the nCycle comes the nThree – the latest challenge in efficient, affordable urban mobility. The single-seater trike’s shape takes influence from the toucan bird, applying the same structural qualities to achieve a lightweight, yet incredibly strong outer shell. This lightness, in combination with electric power delivered to the rear wheel, make it able to zip around …

Road Trip Across The United States

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Ever since reading Robert M. Pirsig’s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance I’ve always wanted to do a huge road trip across the United States… and now seeing the images from these guy’s trip, I want to do it so much more!

Not your mother’s moped.

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Though it’s almost 130 years old, the Piaggio brand is renowned for transportation that’s just plain different. The Piaggio PAM expands on this with a partially enclosed structure filled with smart-features like calibrated seat adjustment, photovoltaic solar energy-harvesting material, a HUD windshield, GPS navigation and even safety airbags. Like Piaggio’s MP3 scooter, the PAM also uses 3 wheels for added …

iTypewriter iPad Keyboard

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How about a typewriter for the iPad where users can enjoy that old feeling of typing while still using the latest in technology. The iTypewriter, created by industrial designer Austin Yang, does just this. “Instead of stroking on the screen with no feedback, this product can reflect a strong haptic feedback. User can experience the physical strength transfer from the …

Handmade wooden keyboards are customizable at a pop-up shop in Ginza

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A pop-up shop in Tokyo’s Ginza district allows visitors to put the finishing touches on handmade wooden tech accessories. This week the French design company Orée introduces their portable wireless keyboard to Japan in their first open workshop of this kind. Otherwise available for purchase online, the pop-up shop allows customers the opportunity to customize their keyboard with a choice …