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Aug
2021
12

The 50 Cars That Completely Changed the Automotive World

The Gear Patrol Podcast is our weekly roundtable discussion focused on products, their stories, and the culture surrounding them.


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In this episode, Staff Writer Tyler Duffy joins to talk about a series of posts he recently authored that identifies the 50 most influential cars of the past 50 years. Tyler explains what “influential” means in this context, how he selected the 50 cars and the top car of each decade, and why his list isn’t of the 50 best cars. For car enthusiasts, a list like this is a hot-button topic. Regardless of your relationship to cars, Tyler’s methodology is fascinating and makes a compelling argument.

Show Notes:

Episode Navigation:

01:00 – Influential versus “Best”

08:15 – If You Change An Iconic Car, Is It Still The Same Car?

13:30 – The One Quality That Makes A Car “Influential”

16:30 – How Tyler Chose These 50 Cars

19:20 – Cars That Didn’t Make The Cut

22:05 – The Most Influential Car On The List

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Jul
2021
9

This Bicycle-Powered Honda Is Exactly What the World Needs Right Now

On the same day that Honda announced its all-electric Prologue crossover for 2024, someone forwarded this to us: Three people welded a bicycle-built-for-two into the engine bay of a 1989 Civic Hatchback and pedaled off to McDonalds. At 2 mph.

This was published on YouTube under the name, “Life OD.” And it wasn’t their first “engine” swap. They’ve also set up four turbos on a Yamaha FZ-09 stacked up on a stick like an exhaust; converted a ‘98 Forester into the World’s Cheapest Snowplow; and made tires out of duct tape, zip ties, rubber bands, and shopping cart wheels. This very same Civic has previously been converted to ride on ultra-dinky 4×100 wheels from Harbor Freight Tools, set up like a bro-dozer, added what looks like the same four turbos as the FZ-09, added dually rear wheels so they could use it to tow a 13,000-pound trailer, and removed the engine entirely and powered the car with an 18-volt handheld drill.

So, after all that, it seems only natural that they would weld the bicycle-built-for-two onto the front, install a pulley drive from the bike to the axle, and head out for milkshakes at McDonalds.

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As entertaining as the engineering itself is the dialog:

“Dude that’s mint!”

“I got some faith in this, dude!”

“Dude THAT IS MINT!”

“Alright boys, we’re gonna take the bike to McDonald’s. We got it all welded up, we got the back pulley on, tensioner’s good, pulley on the tranny’s good, we’re clearly out here going to McDonald’s.”

And off they rode, two up front pedaling, one in the driver’s seat shifting and steering.

“Watch yer head! Watch yer head, dude!”

“Awright here we go boys.”

“It’s going swimmingly.”

“Fifth! Fifth!”

“Everybody in town loves this.”

“It’s definitely a crime.”

“Go, go, go, it’s green!”

Did they make it? You’ll have to watch to see. Can’t wait to see what they’re going to do next.

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Jun
2021
27

When the World Went Crazy for Cars

In 1963, an animated short film called “Automania 2000” celebrated the golden age of automobiles, breathlessly announcing that “scientists have gone from strength to strength” in inventing new features. Yet the film also imagined the future of cars as a nightmare, with drivers trapped in traffic jams for years and self-reproducing autos taking over the planet.

That kind of ambivalence is reflected in “Automania,” a new exhibition opening July 4 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, which takes its name from the movie. The show explores 20th-century car culture from many angles. In addition to historic cars, it includes early automobile ads, car-design sketches by Frank Lloyd Wright and Picasso’s bronze sculpture “Baboon and Young” (1951), in which the undersides of two toy cars, confiscated from the artist’s young son, form the baboon’s head. The animal has a human baby at her breast, presumably being fed with “the essence of automobiles,” as lead curator Juliet Kinchin and colleagues Paul Galloway and Andrew Gardner, also parr of the curatorial team, write in the exhibition catalog.

While “Baboon” offers a witty comment on our obsession with cars, the American artist Ed Ruscha offers an eerier vision of car culture. Mr. Ruscha paints gas stations repetitively, the way Monet painted haystacks. “Automania” includes his “Standard Station” (1966), in which a giant, dreamlike building, with clean lines and no windows, stands against an orange sky in a landscape devoid of cars or people.

Andy Warhol, ‘Orange Car Crash Fourteen Times’ (1963).



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2019 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Andy Warhol took an even darker approach in the 1963 painting “Orange Car Crash Fourteen Times,” part of his “Death and Disaster” series. Monumental in scale—at almost 9 feet high and 14 feet wide—its left half is filled with a repeatedly silk-screened photo of a gory, fatal car crash, taken from a newspaper. The right half of the work is solid orange. Warhol noted that repeatedly viewing a disaster deadens emotions, but when seen up close the image can shock the viewer with its horror. At the same time, Warhol “makes something very beautiful out of it,” says Ms. Kinchin.

MoMA has explored industrial design since the 1930s, and its 1951 exhibition “Eight Automobiles” broke ground in taking car design seriously. “Automania” continues the tradition, featuring 10 vehicles from the museum’s collection, including a Volkswagen Type I, the classic “Beetle.” The model was designed in the late 1930s by

Ferdinand Porsche,

who was commissioned by Hitler to create an affordable “people’s car,” but the war kept production very limited. By 1972, it was being sold around the world, becoming the most popular car in history.

Another enduring design in MoMA’s collection is the Airstream travel trailer, which became popular in the 1940s thanks to its lightweight, largely aluminum body. An early-1960s version, known as The Bambi, is roughly the same length as a passenger car. “Airstream trailers remain beloved pillars of American life,” the

Feb
2021
13

Material challenges of bicycle manufacturing in a post-growth world

The idea of a world based on active transport, and on cycling in particular, is a recurring theme in thinking on degrowth. This was one of the proposed transformative paths of the Manifesto of the Mouvement québécois pour une décroissance conviviale[1] and this notion also plays an important role in the reflections of the Degrowth.info group, based in Germany[2]. The mainstream media also associate degrowth with cycling.[3]

Most degrowth advocates agree that the bicycle is a useful and desirable tool in a post-growth world, although some favour the promotion of walking.[4] One of the precursors of the philosophy of degrowth, Ivan Illich, describes the bicycle as the ecological machine par excellence:

The bicycle and the motor vehicle were invented by the same generation, but they are symbols of two opposing uses of modern advancement. […] It is a wonderful tool that takes full advantage of metabolic energy to speed up locomotion. On flat ground, the cyclist goes three or four times faster than the pedestrian, using five times less calories.[5]

French engineer Philippe Bihouix, for his part, sees it as an example of a low-tech machine, despite the relative technical complexity involved in  its manufacture. Even a simple model, he points out, contains several hundred technically complex basic parts, which are difficult to produce locally. The processes include metallurgy of alloys and different metals, the machining and fitting of parts, vulcanizing tire rubber, producing anti-corrosion paints, and grease for the chain. Once built, however, “it is clearly possible for ordinary people to fully understand how it works, to tinker with it […] to keep it in good condition for many years, not to say almost indefinitely”[6] (translation).

Some currents of degrowth stress the need for production at the local level, ideally through worker self-organization. These  ideas can be found in the writing of Yves-Marie Abraham, for example, who argues that the production of the basic necessities of life should no longer be undertaken by private enterprise or the State, but by communities organized according to the principles of self-production and sharing of the means of production.[7] As many other organizations, Polémos, an independent research group on degrowth based in Montreal, also advocates a form of work organization based on cooperative and commons-based production[8].

But what exactly is involved in the production and maintenance of a bicycle in terms of work organization, material and energy resources, as well as technical choices? This study looks at the form that bicycle production could take in a degrowth context and the dependencies that this mode of transportation  entails. It considers the concept of the bicycle workshop, a facility that is smaller and more user-friendly than a modern factory, and interrogates the tensions between the simplicity of manufacture to be achieved and the technical efficiency necessary for a light manufacturing process.

Why efficiency matters

The issue of efficiency may seem too focused on industry and productivity to be a legitimate concern as far as degrowth is concerned. The drive for efficiency is sometimes associated

Aug
2020
18

The New York Times – Breaking News, World News & Multimedia

“We the people call the 48th quadrennial Democratic National Convention to order.” ♫ “… and the home of the brave.” ♫ “Welcome to our convention across America. We had hoped to gather in one place, but instead, we figured out a safe and responsible way to come together to share our ideas and talk about the future of our country.” “George should be alive today. Breonna Taylor should be alive today. Ahmaud Arbery should be alive today. Eric Garner should be alive today. Stephon Clark, Atatiana Jefferson, Sandra Bland. They should all be alive today. Please join me in a moment of silence.” “My dad, Mark Anthony Urquiza, should be here today. But he isn’t. He had faith in Donald Trump. He voted for him, listened to him, believed him and his mouthpieces when they said that coronavirus was under control and going to disappear, that it was OK to end social distancing rules before it was safe, and that if you had no underlying health conditions you’d probably be fine. My dad was a healthy 65-year-old. His only pre-existing condition was trusting Donald Trump — and for that he paid with his life.” “I’m a lifelong Republican, but that attachment holds second place to my responsibility to my country. That’s why I’ve chosen to appear at this convention. In normal times, something like this would probably never happen. But these are not normal times.” “At its most basic, this election is about preserving our democracy. During this president’s term, the unthinkable has become normal. He has tried to prevent people from voting, undermined the U.S. Postal Service, deployed the military and federal agents against peaceful protesters, threatened to delay the election and suggested that he will not leave office if he loses. Nero fiddled while Rome burned. Trump golfs. His actions fanned this pandemic, resulting in over 170,000 deaths and a nation still unprepared to protect its people.” “Empathy — that’s something I’ve been thinking a lot about lately. The ability to walk in someone else’s shoes. The recognition that someone else’s experience has value too. But right now, kids in this country are seeing what happens when we stop requiring empathy of one another. They’re looking around wondering if we’ve been lying to them this whole time about who we are and what we truly value. They see people shouting in grocery stores, unwilling to wear a mask to keep us all safe. They see people calling the police on folks minding their own business just because of the color of their skin. So let me be as honest and clear as I possibly can. Donald Trump is the wrong president for our country. He has had more than enough time to prove that he can do the job, but he is clearly in over his head. He cannot meet this moment. He simply cannot be who we need him to be for us. It is what it is. So if you take one thing from my words

Jun
2020
15

Pandemic leads to a bicycle boom, and shortage, around world

Pandemic leads to a bicycle boom, and shortage, around world
In this Tuesday, June 9, 2020 photo, Harvey Curtis, left, discusses repair plans with customer Jack Matheson outside Sidecountry Sports, a bike shop in Rockland, Maine. Matheson is looking forward to getting his 40-year-old Raleigh back on the road. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

Fitness junkies locked out of gyms, commuters fearful of public transit, and families going stir crazy inside their homes during the coronavirus pandemic have created a boom in bicycle sales unseen in decades.

In the United States, bicycle aisles at mass merchandisers like Walmart and Target have been swept clean, and independent shops are doing a brisk business and are selling out of affordable “family” bikes.

Bicycle sales over the past two months saw their biggest spike in the U.S. since the oil crisis of the 1970s, said Jay Townley, who analyzes cycling industry trends at Human Powered Solutions.

“People quite frankly have panicked, and they’re buying bikes like toilet paper,” Townley said, referring to the rush to buy essentials like toilet paper and hand sanitizer that stores saw at the beginning of the pandemic.

The trend is mirrored around the globe, as cities better known for car-clogged streets, like Manila and Rome, install bike lanes to accommodate surging interest in cycling while public transport remains curtailed. In London, municipal authorities plan to go further by banning cars from some central thoroughfares.

Bike shop owners in the Philippine capital say demand is stronger than at Christmas. Financial incentives are boosting sales in Italy, where the government’s post-lockdown stimulus last month included a 500-euro ($575) “bici bonus” rebate for up to 60% of the cost of a bike.

Pandemic leads to a bicycle boom, and shortage, around world
In this May 20, 2020 photo, a bicyclist wears a pandemic mask while riding in Portland, Maine. A bicycle rush kicked off mid-March around the time countries were shutting their borders, businesses were closing and stay-at-home orders were being imposed because of the coronavirus pandemic in which millions have been infected and nearly 400,000 have died. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)

But that’s if you can get your hands on one. The craze has led to shortages that will take some weeks, maybe months, to resolve, particularly in the U.S., which relies on China for about 90% of its bicycles, Townley said. Production there was largely shut down due to the coronavirus and is just resuming.

The bicycle rush kicked off in mid-March around the time countries were shutting their borders, businesses were closing, and stay-at-home orders were being imposed to slow the spread of the coronavirus that has infected millions of people and killed more than 450,000.

Sales of adult leisure bikes tripled in April while overall U.S. bike sales, including kids’ and electric-assist bicycles, doubled from the year before, according to market research firm NPD Group, which tracks retail bike sales.

It’s a far cry from what was anticipated in the U.S. The $6 billion industry had projected lower sales based on lower volume in 2019 in which punitive tariffs on bicycles produced in China reached 25%.

There are

May
2020
4

Keirin School: Inside the strict and secret world of bicycle racing in Japan

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Mt. Fuji is seen in the background as keirin students run up a hill
Riders must complete strict and intensive studies before graduating as approved professionals

They bow as they walk their bikes onto the track and they do so again as they slot them into the start gates.

They have no coach, no mechanic, no team. They have assembled their bikes single-handedly. Some say a prayer, others throw salt over their chains as a blessing before the race begins.

Each of them is wearing a different brightly coloured jersey with matching helmet. They had not long ago arrived in suits, as tradition dictates.

Keirin racing is about respect, integrity and dedication. In Japan, it’s a serious business.

Fans of track cycling will know keirin as the event that has seen Sir Chris Hoy, Jason Kenny and Victoria Pendleton take their place on the top step of the Olympic podium.

Those who watch only when the Games roll around every four years may remember it as the race in which riders are led out by a motorised pacer.

Yet in Japan, it’s a £10bn industry, potentially lucrative for riders and fans alike as one of only four sports you can legally bet on. Its annual showpiece attracts more in wagers than is gambled over the entire British horse racing season.

Keirin isn’t just a sport in Japan. It goes deeper than that.

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Hoy is walking around a school in Izu, some 200km and a two-hour bullet train journey from Tokyo. It’s an idyllic setting, situated atop a mountain with Mt. Fuji an imposing presence in the distance.

The last time he was here was in 2005 – three years before he won the first of his two Olympic keirin gold medals. Looking around his old room, he uncovers a sticker with his name on, which he had hidden safely behind a ceiling panel 15 years ago.

“Nothing has changed,” he says.

This is no ordinary school. This is keirin school, where just 10% of applicants are accepted. Only the very best get to come here.

Sir Chris Hoy training at the Japan Keirin School on his return in 2019
Six-time Olympic gold medallist Hoy returned to Japan for a BBC documentary about keirin racing

“It’s a place of tradition which focuses on respect, self-control, and honesty, along with the knowledge necessary to be a professional keirin rider,” Hoy adds.

Keirin school is part military academy, part training camp. The day starts at 6:30am with roll call and finishes at 10pm with lights out, for six days a week, 11 months of the year.

In between, students have structured training and education sessions. Training could be on the bike, on foot or in the gym, while education sessions are both academic – studying tactics, theory and race rules in the classroom – and practical. Students also learn about bike mechanics in the workshop.

Throw in meal times – students consume more than 1,000 calories at breakfast and 4,500 at dinner – cleaning responsibilities and extra exercise and there’s very little time for anything else.

Everyone wears the same uniform. There are televisions, but no mobile phones, no email access

May
2020
3

Largest Collection of Classic Cars for sale in the World!

Largest Collection of Classic Cars for sale in the World!


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Apr
2020
23

Top 10 Bicycle Brands in the World

Bicycles are the most used vehicles in the world and up to date, many still want to ride them. In addition to being the most widely used, they are also the easiest to use and are relatively cheap when compared to other types of vehicles. Bikes can be used as a means of transport, for leisure tours as well as for exercises to keep the river healthy.

The market is packed with many brands and models. These are available in all price ranges for all classes of people. The most modern brands are stylish, fashionable and adorable. To choose the best bikes, you need to consider their style, your budget, their strength or durability, and ultimately, their aesthetics as far as your color and taste are concerned.

List of the Top 10 Bike brands in the World

10) Merida Bikes

Top 10 Bicycle brands in the World 1

In the 1970s, there seem to have been a bikes revolution. This can be seen from the number of great companies on this list that started during this time, hence the 1970s can rightfully be referred to us a bikes revolution era. One such company to be founded in this era is the Taiwan based Merida Industry Co Ltd, that began in 1972.

Founded by Ike Tseng, the company makes about 2.2 million bikes yearly. Their market base is spread across about 77 countries. Merida bikes are characterized by premium prices, stylish designs, and convenience.

9) Kona Bicycles

Top 10 Bicycle brands in the World 2

This is another big player in the industry with its main production locations being in Washington, Geneva, and Vancouver. Founded in 1988, the company is credited for being the first to design and manufacture complete tube design mountain bike ranges. Their bikes are credited for their ability to handle extreme downhill terrains.

Today, the company builds its bikes using quality materials such as aluminum, fiber, steel, carbon, and titanium. They market their products with a formidable presence in about 60 countries across the continents. Kona offers the market with a wide range of bikes including cyclocross, commuter, mountain bikes and others.

8) Yeti Cycles

Top 10 Bicycle brands in the World 3

Yeti Cycles has also become a formidable force in the industry with the surety of its products easily being guaranteed by the test of the times. Having been in existence since 1985, the company designs and manufactures top quality cycles. Employing the ZeroLoss Technology design for the suspension, the company amazingly gives its users easy wheel alignment bikes, a much-needed feature when mountaineering.

The company works with a team of creative designers, hence the reason why their collections a totally different taste of mountain bikes from those of other companies.  Producing what themselves would always desire to ride, you have all the reasons to relish the feeling of owning a Yeti Cycles bike.

7) Marin Cycles

Top 10 Bicycle brands in the World 4

Based in Marin County, California, Marin was founded in 1986 and has thereafter been designing, manufacturing and selling high-quality bikes. The company has for a long time been considered the best bicycles company in the USA. With a specialization in mountain bikes,

Apr
2020
17

2020 World Series of Poker Circuit Bicycle Casino Series Kicks Off Feb. 29

The World Series of Poker Circuit is heading back to the Bicycle Hotel & Casino from Feb. 29 through March 31, with thirteen gold ring events included. The centerpiece of the whole affair is the 2020 WSOP Circuit Bicycle Casino $1,700 buy-in no-limit hold’em main event which kicks off with the first of two starting flights beginning on Sunday, March 15 at noon local time.

Players will begin with 30,000 in chips with initial blinds of 100-100 in the event. Blind levels will be 40 minutes long throughout the starting days but will increase to 60 minutes in length on day 2. Players can re-enter the event once per starting day.

Those that survive day 2 will return at noon on Wednesday, March 18 to play down to a champion. The final table will be streamed on Live At The Bike.

March 2019 WSOPC main event champion Sean YuThe March 2019 running of this WSOP Circuit main event drew a total of 678 entries to create a $1,027,170 final prize pool. Sean Yu emerged victorious, defeating Andrew Moreno heads-up to secure the ring and the top prize of $210,585.

Other past champions of WSOPC main event at the Bike include the likes of Dylan Wilkerson ($216,790), Antonio Esfandiari ($226,785), Jared Jaffee ($211,220), and Freddy Deeb ($171,810), who won the first-ever WSOP Circuit main event held at the Casino.

In addition to the WSOP Circuit events, the series will also play host to two massive $1,000,000 guaranteed events: The Quantum Millions (running Feb. 29 – March 9) and the Quantum Mega Millions XXII (running March 20 – Apr. 2).

Players interested in staying at The Bicycle Hotel and Casino during this series can take advantage of a WSOP Circuit player discounted room rate of $159 per night for a deluxe room with the promo code “WSOP” when selecting their stay. Click the banner image below to reserve your room today!

In late 2015 the Bicycle Hotel and Casino unveiled a $50 million hotel expansion to the property. The 117,907-square-foot addition boasts 99 rooms, including 29 suites, as well as a multitude of amenities including the Bike Brewery, full spa and elevated outdoor pool deck with private cabanas. The poker room is an expansive 100,000 square feet, with 185 tables available.

For more information you can visit the WSOP Circuit or the Bicycle Hotel and Casino websites.

 

 

 

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