Monstah Mash: Ducati’s new Monster 797

Ever since Ducati phased out the Monster 696/796 duo back in 2014, new riders looking to the famed Bologna marquee for their first motorcycle had precious few choices. They could opt for the Monster 821, a bigger and heavier motorcycle than a green rider might be comfortable with, or the Scrambler, which only became available... Continue Reading →

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Cars in the Wild

The Audi R8 first appeared on the scene back in 2007 and promptly blew everyone's collective mind. Audi is known for fast cars, but the R8 was their first foray into the savagely competitive supercar market, and its sublime chassis, all-wheel drive grip, sonorous 4.2-liter V8 engine, and striking looks made it an instant classic.... Continue Reading →

The Torque Tube: Synaptic3 Performance

Synaptic3 Performance is a prime example of what this website was started for. Located in an out-of-the-way, unassuming business park in the fully unassuming town of Candia, NH, brothers Ron and Dana Salb have created a world-class performance shop that is turning out some of the most complete builds to be found on either road... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

There is nothing like a Porsche. There are plenty of manufacturers in the same market, other cars in the same category, but no one does it like the boys from Stuttgart. Some of its competitors are better, while many others get their doors blown off, but the people who own Porsches and drive them and... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

It's not every day that you see a Chevrolet Corvair chillin' in the parking lot of a Hannafords. Or anywhere for that matter. When the Corvair hit the showroom in 1960, it was the only rear-engined, air cooled American car on the market, and it was awarded Motor Trend magazine's Car of the Year award.... Continue Reading →

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