Satiate your inner gearhead with this new hardcover, which shines a spotlight on the best custom cars in the world, exploring their handcrafted bodies, retuned engines, and bespoke parts in eye-popping detail.
With tunable components, the second-generation of Trek's popular road bike platform can be adjusted to accommodate both riders and terrains, all while providing greater riding comfort both front and rear.
Drawing inspiration from custom motorcycle shops, ZLin is offering buyers unprecedented personalization for this light sport aircraft, so you can fly a plane that advertises your utterly great (or horrible) taste.
A one-off build for a well-heeled customer, this custom Audi A8 L retains the elegant silhouette and cosmetic elements of the original, all while stretching it to accommodate six doors and three full rows of seating.
Designed to hold its own against the best sports coupes in the world, Chevrolet's newest Camaro ZL1 brings a monstrous 640hp V8, a new 10-speed automatic transmission, and track-ready features right out of the showroom.
Bentley's fastest production model gets a killer Black Edition, swapping in the blinding chrome for glossy black exterior trims, along with black contrast leather and more carbon fiber than you can handle inside the cabin.
Aero road bikes? Awesome. This aero road bike, however, steps it up in the awesome department, with lightweight carbon fiber construction, fully-integrated wiring, and a bike computer built right into the handlebar stem.
For 2016, Yamaha's flagship recreational watercraft gets a new dual-throttle system that gives riders precise control of both forward and backward movements, enabling a level of maneuverability you've never experienced before.
Audi's newest droptop version of the R8 combines luxury and high-performance in equal spades, pairing a cockpit teeming in comfort and modern conveniences with an engine that sends it racing from 0 to 60 in just 3.5 seconds
Probably as close to a production version of the Batmobile as we've ever seen, this limited-edition model of KTM's sports car covers itself in carbon fiber from front to rear, lowering the weight while boosting the engine with extra power.
With their limited range, electric motorcycles aren't really ideal for recreational off-road riding. Armotia doesn't care, though, debuting a pair of killer-looking electric dirt bikes that promise to deliver off-road fun without deafening engine noise.
Commemorating Ferrucio Lamborghini's centennial, this limited-edition supercar combines the marque's most powerful engine with an unapologetically aggressive body that has more ducts and vents than any Lambo we've ever seen.
Pagani takes their Huayra hypercar to the next level with this newest iteration, massaging 60 more horsepower from the same engine while cutting weight by almost 300 pounds, making an incredible supercar even better.
Built for lifelong urban riders who want to get their first taste of mountain biking, State Bicycle’s newest single-speed 29er incorporates familiar commuter elements into a backwoods-capable, pedal-powered steed.
Lodged between the base model V8 and the top-of-the-range W12, Bentley's latest just might be the sportiest of the fleet, combining a top speed of 190 mph with more aggressive styling both inside and out.
Details are still sparse, but Renault finally has what looks like a near-finished version of their upcoming Alpine-branded sports car, which boasts a smooth sculpted body, light weight, and a satisfying 0 to 60 of 4.5 seconds.