When it comes to surfboards we generally expect to see a symmetrical design, with some boards going so far as to have perfect symmetry on both the vertical and horizontal planes. This board by Deus Bali, dubbed the Paralesogram, shuns this traditional design ethos in favour of an asymmetrical design. Sadly I’m not a board shaper so I can’t tell you the pros and cons, if you’d like to see more of the Paralesogram, click here to visit Deus Bali.
The Bell Custom 500 series of motorcycle helmets has become the 3/4-face lid that all others are compared against, the modern helmet is based on the early models produced by Bell in the 1950s and since its introduction it’s been one of the best selling helmets in Bell’s stable. For 2014 Bell has announced an…
These are the Ducati Garage Rock Sunglasses by Oakley, they’re designed to be worn under helmets by motorcyclists and feature about as much technology as you’d expect from a collaboration from brands with pedigrees like these two.
The Moto Guzzi Le Mans is rapidly becoming a popular target for cafe racer builders, the Le Mans is factory fitted with a classic v-twin positioned “sideways” in order to benefit from better airflow and this gives the bike an appealing, clean look.