Michael Woolaway’s latest artistic creation is way hotter than your highschool crush. She's a classy 1978 Triumph T140, ported and polished 750cc T140 with all the trick racey bits Megacycle cams and lightened lifters, bevelled and drilled cam gears, chromoly push rods, and 7mm Kibblewhite hardened valves with modern guides and seals. Handmade intake runners accomodate big gulps from two 34mm Mikuni flat-slide carburetors with velocity stacks. Want more details? Ok shut up about it, here they are: Mikuni TM34-2 flatslide carbs, Handmade aluminum tank and seat cowl, Carbon fiber front fender, Rizoma rearsets, Motogadget control unit and gauges, LSL clip on bars, Tubeless spoke wheels, Bridgestone BT45 tires, Ohlins forks, Rear suspension by Jimmy Wood at Moto Station, Beringer 6 piston front caliper, Brembo rear brake and a Saddlemen seat.
1982 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ40 convertible
Under the hood there’s a completely overhauled and rebuilt B-type (diesel) inline four-cylinder engine, with a 2,977cc displacement and an output of 80bhp at 3,600rpm. The clutch and transmission were also rebuilt. For the suspension, their craftsmen used Old Man Emu components, known for their reliability across the challenging Australian landscapes.
HELICOPTER OF THE FUTURE? - VOLOCOPTER 2X
More green, a lot safer and super quite... is this the helicopter of the future? The Volocopter 2X is a series model of a passenger multicopter, a vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft powered purely by electricity and capable of carrying 2 passengers. In addition to the failure tolerance due to the Volocopter’s redundancy concept and its ability to fly emission-free, the low-noise operation marks another important advantage over other VTOL aircraft. The 2X is the consequent evolution of the VC200 prototype towards everyday use. Its battery replacement system allows for a quick swap and makes it ready for operation within a few minutes.
The classic Porsche 910 reinterpreted with a high-performance electric drive. The Kreisel Evex 910e is an electric super sports car with breathtaking performance. In 2.5 seconds this electric super sports car accelerates from 0 to 62, can be controlled precisely and smoothly at all times and reaches max speeds over 185 mph. You can travel about 215 miles per charge and battery system can also be integrated into the home energy management and act as a bi-directional energy storage.
Thirteen And Company set out to design a motorcycle that is approachable to any rider, and displayed a balance of maturity, elegance, and attitude. They killed it with this custom build. The 1976 Honda CB550 has been restored all the way down to the nuts and bolts. Aesthetically, It features a 2 part silver/clear powder coated frame and a custom subframe. The seat was handmade with reclaimed Italian leather, as well as imported Italian grips...