Custom bike shop Deus Ex Machina turned a beat up Yamaha SR into a surfer’s motorcycle. The Smirk has a custom headlight, headlight number plate and surf racks plus a sweet ocean blue paint job and a smiley muffler cap.
Designed for short commutes, Marbel goes up to 20mph – even uphill – and gets about 10mi per charge, thanks to its powerful motor and carbon fiber and Kevlar deck. It has a wireless controller but can also be used with a mobile app.
The Jag Grill is a grill, dining table and fire pit in one. It seats and serves up to eight people. Each grill has a side door and its main parts – the dome, wooden platforms and fire pit – are removable for easy cleaning and storage.
At just 1,212lb., the Ariel Atom 3.5R is terrifyingly light, what with its supercharged 2L Honda Type-R engine now producing up to 350hp and 253lb.ft. of torque. It goes from 0 to 60mph in just 2.5s and will reach 100mph in 6s.
Vintage sports shop No Mas NYC repurposed an old New York Mets Starter satin jacket into The Finisher, a sweet duffle bag. It comes with the No Mas, Starter and NY Mets insignia patches.
Made of fir and iron, this unique furniture can be used in three ways. Keep it flat and use it as a dining table, lock it vertically as a standard shelf, or lock it halfway through to create a leaning shelf (or impromptu ladder).
A bicycle that’s as tough as it is smart. The Valour has a carbon fiber frame and various built-in devices and sensors. It can alert you of objects in your blind spot, provide turn-by-turn navigation, track your biking habits and more.
Crave’s Axe and Axe 2 look like normal polyester shirts, but they have layers of Aramid Kevlar at the back and arms for protection. They also have inner pockets at the back, shoulders and elbow so you can add more protective pads.