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Today in Gear: October 1, 2014


Today in Gear: Kawasaki's latest full throttle machine, OMEGA introduces a new chronograph to its Speedmaster line, the next generation of active noise-canceling ear buds by Phiaton and more.

Building the Hypothetical “Perfect” Watch


The term “Frankenwatch” is pejorative, suggesting an impure timepiece cobbled together from parts of questionable origin and vintage.

Finally, A Game For the Driving Enthusiast


Henry Phillips reviews Forza Horizon 2 after a three-day Xbox bender. ... Read More »

Time Is Money: Braun and the Cool, Unsettling Bauhaus Watch


While testing out the new Braun BN0035 Chronograph, I find out why the midcentury modern design makes me (and many other watch collectors) feel uncomfortable.

Kit: Motorcycle Adventure Touring Gear


Heading out on the road with no set destinations and a couple of days to burn is a rite of passage for motorcycle riders.

Kit: Motorcycle Adventure Touring Gear


Heading out on the road with no set destinations and a couple of days to burn is a rite of passage for motorcycle riders.

Ducati’s Perfect Tourer, the Multistrada 1200 S Granturismo


Every motorcycle enthusiast dreams of taking off for an epic adventure. It's no surprise, then, that adventure motorcycles are the fastest-growing segment on two wheels.

This Week in Watches: September 30, 2014


This Week In Watches: a dive watch with a killer movement, Shinola gets sporty, CT Scuderia goes square, and Richard Mille takes on Chinese mythology.

Timekeeping Selects: 1960s Hamilton “Poor Man’s Heuer” Chronograph


For the eighth installment of our Timekeeping Selects series with Analog/Shift, we're selling a "Poor Man's Heuer": a 1960s Hamilton chronograph just off of a fresh service in remarkable condition for $1,700.

Viewfinder: Comic Book Heaven


More than TV, music, and movies, comics have had the hardest time adjusting to the digital age. Comic Book Heaven follows the owner of a small comic book vendor in Queens as he closes up for good.

A Mountain Ride with Ural Motorcycles


From the Archives: Given the chance to ride motorcycles in the winter, a sane rider might politely decline, but what's life without a few two three-wheeled thrills?

Today in Gear: September 30, 2014


Today in Gear: a stress-relieving headband, a yacht designer's travel trailer, metropolitan headphones and more.

Six Proper Motorcycle Jeans: Look Good, Save Your Skin


Full race-spec leathers are the surest bet to save your bacon when the possibility of a motorcycle crash becomes a reality; but practicality, timing and social demands don't always encourage full gear.

The Moto Guzzi V7 Special Is a Quirky Beauty


The prom queen is never chosen solely for her personality, and character actors don’t win People's Sexiest Man Alive.

Surviving the Rolex Big Boat Series


The Rolex Big Boat Series is known by participants as the “Break Boat Series” for the toll it takes on boats and crews over four days of racing.

This Week in Motoring: September 29, 2014


This Week in Motoring: Cadillac tries to stem the tide, the making of the Hellcat, a China-only McLaren, Audi gets the driverless nod and much more.

Kit: Racing the Rolex Big Boat Series


Offshore yacht racing may seem like a gentleman’s sport, but underestimate it at your peril. Leave the polo shirt and leather boat shoes in your shore bag for the yacht club after-party.

Viewfinder: The Farr 40s


Hot on the heels of the Rolex Big Boat Series is the Rolex Farr 40 World Championships, which will be held in San Francisco Bay starting on October 15.

The Many Great Sweaters of Fall


Beyond just comfort and warmth, the sweater is a utilitarian's dream -- if you upgrade one thing each year to prevent a stagnant closet, this should be it.

The Many Great Sweaters of Fall


[two_third]We began shedding fur sometime between Homo Erectus and that awkward Neanderthal phase. Fortunately, mankind has since found a more creative way to cozy up when chilly weather sweeps in: the sweater.


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