Should Apple get their way, we'll all be paying for stuff with our phones/watches in the very near future — but if you'd like to consolidate your wallet without giving it up completely, the Plastc Card is for you. Meant to replace up to 20 cards while being nearly future-proof, it features a magnetic stripe, barcode display, NFC, Chip, and PIN capabilities, Bluetooth for syncing with the sleek app (that also lets you check your many balances in one place), and wireless charging. Best of all, you control the action via an E-ink touchscreen, giving you security measures and convenience that competing cards just can't offer.
When Harley-Davidson quit building the Buell 1125, the guys at Ronin Motor Works were upset — and they decided to do something about it. The Ronin 47 Motorcycle is the result. Based on the 1125, this striking conversion ditches the original's Showa forks for a cast aluminum alloy linkage fork, with easy fine-tuning available via a Penske mono-shock. There's also a radiator front-and-center to help cool down the notoriously hot Rotax-designed motor, alongside stacked low and high beam headlights. Other notable changes include a new exhaust system, new controls, new gauges, a new seat, a new LED taillight, and a new RFID-enabled key for push-button starting. Named after the Japanese folktale The 47 Ronin, only 47 uniquely samurai-named bikes will be available.
With a rich history in motorcycle racing, Ducati has plenty of lightning fast motor bikes to choose from. But some of those may be a bit uncomfortable or unforgiving in your pothole-filled city streets. That's why we're excited about the release of the new 2015 Ducati Scrambler. It's been 40 years since they halted production on their 250cc Scrambler, so it couldn't have come any sooner. It's now equipped with a new 803cc L-Twin cyclinder, 75 HP, desmodromic air cooled engine — ready to take you anywhere.