Whether you already own a motorcycle or two, you're in the process of shopping for a new set of wheels, or you're just a fan of beautiful, custom bikes, Cafe Racers: Speed, Style, and Ton-Up Culture is the book for you. Tracing the culture and history of the (in)famous cafe racer from its origins in England in the 1960s, to its resurgence in North America and Europe, this book chronologically documents bikes from then to now. With beautiful museum-quality photography and accompanying text, it tells the story of these tuned and customized bikes from their inception as the rides of choice for rock stars, to their current popularity with riders of all types.
Your iPhone can already do a little stabilization of its own, but if you've ever tried to film while walking, running, riding a bike, or otherwise moving in a jumpy way, you know it can only do so much. On its own, anyway. Download Steady Camera, and you'll have a way better chance of coming out with great looking footage. This new app uses the gyroscope sensors in your phone to know where the camera is pointing, automatically compensating for abrupt movements to give you footage that looks smooth as a Steadicam. And slo-mo junkies are taken care of as well - with the ability to set start and end points, sharing is as easy as render and tap.
Anyone who heads straight from work to the gym knows the hassles that can come from having two different bags for each, or worse, having to stuff sweaty shorts down in with your laptop. The Aer Duffel Pack aims to fix this problem by giving you a main compartment for clothes and gear, a ventilated pocket for your shoes, a separate compartment for your laptop, tablet, and cables, and quick-access side pockets for smaller items like your phone and notebook. On the exterior, you'll find backpack-style straps that make it easy to carry and a rugged exterior of water-resistant ballistic nylon that'll keep whatever's inside safe from the elements.
So, let's get this straight: you like the quality and flavor of great craft beer, but you like the feeling of drinking out of a 16oz can presumably filled with cheap macro brew? Okay, then the Miir Tall Boy Pint Cup is for you. Crafted from 18/8 medical-grade stainless steel, this unique vessel is dishwasher safe, shaped like a tall boy can — hence the name — and helps to provide one person in need with clean drinking water for a year. Slim brown paper carrying bag not included.