Top Marques Monaco represents the height in auto excellence. Top supercar manufacturers bring out their best for the showroom floor, putting on displays of high-dollar cars and trucks dripping in power and technology .
There’s nothing like watching art in motion, seeing the sequences of events that make up a phenomenal stunt or trick.
Tricking is a “sport” that combines flips, kicks and twists. Think of it as gymnastics minus the leotards, plus a bit of capoeira. Still confused? Brandon MCcuien is here to help you get a better idea of the sport.
Deus Customs started with the Harley-Davidson Sportster and C&J Low Boy frame – the winning-most, mile-dirt-track chassis ever built – with the goal of converting it into a street legal café racer, using as many American parts as possible.
There’s nothing like watching fireworks tear something apart at 2500 fps. Danish show Dumt & Farligt performs all sorts of destructive and explosive experiments on household items. It’s like Mythbusters for idiots.
The 60s were a wonderful time of tweed jackets and hover crafts. But say a hover craft was too much for you, what do you do? Enter the personal hover scooter.
Marloes Horst is our favorite Dutch supermodel. Narrowing it down to just 20 of the Victoria’s Secret model’s hottest photos wasn’t easy, but we did it for you.
Another plug-in hybrid supercar? That’s right. Jaguar has an answer for the BMW i8 Spyder in the form of the C-X75. It’s a two-seat, concept car that produces an astounding 778 horsepower through four electric motors, each of which drives one of the four wheels, capable of doing 205 mph and 0-60 MPH in 3.4 seconds.
Hollywood loves guns, and for good reason: they are awesome. Take plenty of hardware filled movie scenes, throw in some extra Robocop, a sick beat and Bruce Lee, Vanilla Ice and 50 Cent providing vocals and you have a remix giving you plenty of bang for your buck.
Louis “Rocket” Re is a fan of Evel Knievel. We all are, but Louis is a big fan. As a homage to Knievel, Rocket performs jumps on a bone-stock 1970 American Eagle Laverda 750 – the same bike Knievel was jumping in the 70s.
It’s been the hot topic in the news lately. Gas prices are keepin’ us all down, but why are they so damned high?