You may be surprised to learn that Airstream’s latest travel trailer is made of fibreglass and not with aluminum which they are known for but the Nest contains many of the creature comforts that their previous models have provided. Inside, there’s a two-burner stove, a microwave, and consumers can choose a model with a floor plan with a dinette that converts into a bed. The Nest also comes with generous storage so there’s more room for the essentials for your trip. Learn more from Airstream.
The Super Cub is best known for catapulting Japanese motorcycles to the mainstream especially since it was tied to the influential “You meet the nicest people on a Honda” ad campaign of the 60s. The bike’s friendly design enticed generations of riders get their start on the two-wheel lifestyle with this dependable workhorse. The 2019 model of the Super Cub will make an appearance back on U.S. roads as Honda brings back the iconic motorcycle to the U.S. ending decades of absence on the market since importation ended in 1974.
Think of Ather Energy as India’s answer to Tesla. The startup recently unveiled two new electric scooters that consumers can get through a subscription plan which includes top-ups, maintenance, insurance, and registration fees. Ather has opened up pre-orders in Bangalore where they’ve set up charging spots and they plan to expand the grid so that riders are never too far away from a charging spot. Learn more from Ather Energy.
Moto Guzzi recently unveiled a limited edition of their popular V7 model at the Wheels and Waves event in Biarritz. What makes this V7 version stand out is the chrome fuel tank while carbon fibre fenders and side panels add some contrast to the design. Only 500 numbered units of this version will be released onto the market.
It’s hard not to notice the chainsaw on this bike and it’s there because this bike was built specifically for the volunteers and trail builders who maintain the trails for the Trans-Cascadia Enduro. This bike was built by custom-bike-builder Jeremy Sycip of SyCip Designs and features the Shimano STEPS E-8000 Motor. The battery that helps power the motor has enough capacity to travel up to 62 miles on a single charge. Photo by Trevor Lyden.
The name itself lets you know that “Fun” is in its DNA. The Monkey bike has its roots in the 60s and it has been a convenient way to go around town ever since. The 2019 Monkey retains its iconic compact dimensions and just like its earlier versions, the 2019 model is powered by a small engine that adds to its appeal.
As part of its 70th-anniversary celebrations, Porsche unveiled the 911 Speedster Concept. This 911 harks back to the first Porsche 356 ‘No.1’ Roadster from 1948 and borrows elements from Porsche’s stable of cars throughout its history including the 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet which is the inspiration for this car’s body. The paintwork on this 911 is reminiscent of Porsche’s early racing cars but the components that go with it make it run with the performance of Porsche’s more modern speedsters.
The Mazda MX-5 is a delight to see on the road and it’s even more fun to be behind the wheel of this iconic car. Powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder SKYACTIV-G engine that pumps out 155 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and coming in at a light 2,445 lbs. The RF version has a folding hardtop that opens or closes in just 13 seconds. The addition of adaptive front-lighting system and rain-sensing windshield wipers add flavor to the driving experience.