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Royal Enfield Continental GT
Ok, so hell has just frozen over for the second time in recent years. I’ve been riding around on my Bullet for a while and the wife has just agreed to me getting a second bike (even with an infinite number of stars with an infinite number of worlds I know that isn’t happening somewhere). As I’m running down to the bike shop before she changes her mind I think to myself “what bike am I going to get?”, the answer is simple, a cafe racer. Royal Enfield have been very obliging and now make the Continental GT. With a fuel Injected 535cc unit Construction Engine, 29.1 bhp power and 44Nm torque you will never break any land speed records but you will have fun cruising around on this baby, not to mention looking cool doing it. I’ve just never been a fan of the Japanese plastic rockets that have a larger engine capacity than car, will Slingshot you into outer space before Ninja chopping you into a thousand pieces. I have this twisted need for things that look old and leave people wondering if you’ve restored/stolen your grandfather’s bike.
Pros: Cafe racers are cool + Royal Enfield are cool = this bike is cool.
Cons: Yeah right.
The damage: Around $11k here in Australia
Images courtesy of royalenfield.com
thingsofwant:


Royal Enfield Continental GT
Ok, so hell has just frozen over for the second time in recent years. I’ve been riding around on my Bullet for a while and the wife has just agreed to me getting a second bike (even with an infinite number of stars with an infinite number of worlds I know that isn’t happening somewhere). As I’m running down to the bike shop before she changes her mind I think to myself “what bike am I going to get?”, the answer is simple, a cafe racer. Royal Enfield have been very obliging and now make the Continental GT. With a fuel Injected 535cc unit Construction Engine, 29.1 bhp power and 44Nm torque you will never break any land speed records but you will have fun cruising around on this baby, not to mention looking cool doing it. I’ve just never been a fan of the Japanese plastic rockets that have a larger engine capacity than car, will Slingshot you into outer space before Ninja chopping you into a thousand pieces. I have this twisted need for things that look old and leave people wondering if you’ve restored/stolen your grandfather’s bike.
Pros: Cafe racers are cool + Royal Enfield are cool = this bike is cool.
Cons: Yeah right.
The damage: Around $11k here in Australia
Images courtesy of royalenfield.com
thingsofwant:


Royal Enfield Continental GT
Ok, so hell has just frozen over for the second time in recent years. I’ve been riding around on my Bullet for a while and the wife has just agreed to me getting a second bike (even with an infinite number of stars with an infinite number of worlds I know that isn’t happening somewhere). As I’m running down to the bike shop before she changes her mind I think to myself “what bike am I going to get?”, the answer is simple, a cafe racer. Royal Enfield have been very obliging and now make the Continental GT. With a fuel Injected 535cc unit Construction Engine, 29.1 bhp power and 44Nm torque you will never break any land speed records but you will have fun cruising around on this baby, not to mention looking cool doing it. I’ve just never been a fan of the Japanese plastic rockets that have a larger engine capacity than car, will Slingshot you into outer space before Ninja chopping you into a thousand pieces. I have this twisted need for things that look old and leave people wondering if you’ve restored/stolen your grandfather’s bike.
Pros: Cafe racers are cool + Royal Enfield are cool = this bike is cool.
Cons: Yeah right.
The damage: Around $11k here in Australia
Images courtesy of royalenfield.com
thingsofwant:


Royal Enfield Continental GT
Ok, so hell has just frozen over for the second time in recent years. I’ve been riding around on my Bullet for a while and the wife has just agreed to me getting a second bike (even with an infinite number of stars with an infinite number of worlds I know that isn’t happening somewhere). As I’m running down to the bike shop before she changes her mind I think to myself “what bike am I going to get?”, the answer is simple, a cafe racer. Royal Enfield have been very obliging and now make the Continental GT. With a fuel Injected 535cc unit Construction Engine, 29.1 bhp power and 44Nm torque you will never break any land speed records but you will have fun cruising around on this baby, not to mention looking cool doing it. I’ve just never been a fan of the Japanese plastic rockets that have a larger engine capacity than car, will Slingshot you into outer space before Ninja chopping you into a thousand pieces. I have this twisted need for things that look old and leave people wondering if you’ve restored/stolen your grandfather’s bike.
Pros: Cafe racers are cool + Royal Enfield are cool = this bike is cool.
Cons: Yeah right.
The damage: Around $11k here in Australia
Images courtesy of royalenfield.com
thingsofwant:


Royal Enfield Continental GT
Ok, so hell has just frozen over for the second time in recent years. I’ve been riding around on my Bullet for a while and the wife has just agreed to me getting a second bike (even with an infinite number of stars with an infinite number of worlds I know that isn’t happening somewhere). As I’m running down to the bike shop before she changes her mind I think to myself “what bike am I going to get?”, the answer is simple, a cafe racer. Royal Enfield have been very obliging and now make the Continental GT. With a fuel Injected 535cc unit Construction Engine, 29.1 bhp power and 44Nm torque you will never break any land speed records but you will have fun cruising around on this baby, not to mention looking cool doing it. I’ve just never been a fan of the Japanese plastic rockets that have a larger engine capacity than car, will Slingshot you into outer space before Ninja chopping you into a thousand pieces. I have this twisted need for things that look old and leave people wondering if you’ve restored/stolen your grandfather’s bike.
Pros: Cafe racers are cool + Royal Enfield are cool = this bike is cool.
Cons: Yeah right.
The damage: Around $11k here in Australia
Images courtesy of royalenfield.com

thingsofwant:

Royal Enfield Continental GT

Ok, so hell has just frozen over for the second time in recent years. I’ve been riding around on my Bullet for a while and the wife has just agreed to me getting a second bike (even with an infinite number of stars with an infinite number of worlds I know that isn’t happening somewhere). As I’m running down to the bike shop before she changes her mind I think to myself “what bike am I going to get?”, the answer is simple, a cafe racer. Royal Enfield have been very obliging and now make the Continental GT. With a fuel Injected 535cc unit Construction Engine, 29.1 bhp power and 44Nm torque you will never break any land speed records but you will have fun cruising around on this baby, not to mention looking cool doing it. I’ve just never been a fan of the Japanese plastic rockets that have a larger engine capacity than car, will Slingshot you into outer space before Ninja chopping you into a thousand pieces. I have this twisted need for things that look old and leave people wondering if you’ve restored/stolen your grandfather’s bike.

Pros: Cafe racers are cool + Royal Enfield are cool = this bike is cool.

Cons: Yeah right.

The damage: Around $11k here in Australia

Images courtesy of royalenfield.com

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by Haruki Murakami

One beautiful April morning, on a narrow side street in Tokyo’s fashionable Harujuku neighborhood, I walked past the 100% perfect girl.

Tell you the truth, she’s not that good-looking. She doesn’t stand out in any way. Her clothes are nothing special. The back of her hair is…

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Little house, big mountain. Via markwickens.

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There was nowhere to go but everywhere
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There was nowhere to go but everywhere
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There was nowhere to go but everywhere
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There was nowhere to go but everywhere
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There was nowhere to go but everywhere
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There was nowhere to go but everywhere
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There was nowhere to go but everywhere
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There was nowhere to go but everywhere
“My goals are so high that I don’t have time to relax, in any way shape or form.”
Kevin Hart (via gq)

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Bakery In Oporto, Portugal by Paulo Merlini Arquitectura

“We like to think of our interventions as positive manipulation of the human brain,” Paulo Merlini, founder of Portugal-based architecture firm Paulo Merlini Arquitectura explained of their recently completed Bakery In Oporto. “We focus on giving positive inputs to appeal to all the five senses (when possible) so that we can alter ones homeostatic level, and as result make people feel happier.” Photography: JOAO MORGADO

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Bakery In Oporto, Portugal by Paulo Merlini Arquitectura

“We like to think of our interventions as positive manipulation of the human brain,” Paulo Merlini, founder of Portugal-based architecture firm Paulo Merlini Arquitectura explained of their recently completed Bakery In Oporto. “We focus on giving positive inputs to appeal to all the five senses (when possible) so that we can alter ones homeostatic level, and as result make people feel happier.” Photography: JOAO MORGADO

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Bakery In Oporto, Portugal by Paulo Merlini Arquitectura

“We like to think of our interventions as positive manipulation of the human brain,” Paulo Merlini, founder of Portugal-based architecture firm Paulo Merlini Arquitectura explained of their recently completed Bakery In Oporto. “We focus on giving positive inputs to appeal to all the five senses (when possible) so that we can alter ones homeostatic level, and as result make people feel happier.” Photography: JOAO MORGADO

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Bakery In Oporto, Portugal by Paulo Merlini Arquitectura

“We like to think of our interventions as positive manipulation of the human brain,” Paulo Merlini, founder of Portugal-based architecture firm Paulo Merlini Arquitectura explained of their recently completed Bakery In Oporto. “We focus on giving positive inputs to appeal to all the five senses (when possible) so that we can alter ones homeostatic level, and as result make people feel happier.”
Photography: JOAO MORGADO
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