On today’s menu: the Amsterdam Dakar Challenge, Scott G Toepfer, a V12 espresso machine, underground photos from Piotr Degler Jablonski, and Max Hazan and His 1996 Royal Enfield Bullet 500.
Last month we saw many snapshots of great cars taking part at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este. That’s easy stuff – how about some underground photos from Piotr.
Don’t hesitate to follow Piotr’s new project: Degler Calendar. A high level calendar that will present a different and exclusive automotive theme every year. It will make its debut after later this year with the 2014 edition.
Johannesburg-based company, Espresso Veloce arguably crafts some of the world’s most beautiful espresso machines. Taking inspiration from complex Formula One engines, their pieces have become an expressive—and functional—piece of automotive art.
How about the most awesome adventure? Join the Amsterdam Dakar Challenge! A trip of more then 7.000 kilometers through Europe, Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal and The Gambia.
Participants are challenged before even starting by finding a car, paying no more then €500,- euro. The challenge is getting the car at its destination. By taking part at this challenge, everyone involved raises money for charity. Since it started in 2004, over 3.5 million Euro has been raised for numerous developmental projects in Western-Africa.
David Mucci has an excellent interview with Max Hazan and his remarkable Royal Enfield. The sculptured split-wooden seat within the bike frame just blows my little mind. Just when I think I’ve seen it all, a breath of fresh air comes along.
– max hazan