It sings the right tunes to match your every mood
I had spent 3 hours of travel time to get to the Harley dealership and was in no mood to ride back. Even the few minutes that took me to get the paper work done felt like hours. The thought that I was going to take equal, perhaps more time to get back home was adding to my frustration.
However, things started to get better for me the moment I laid my eyes on the bike. It was a significant upgrade over the last year’s release. Most of the bike was filled with black and chrome and the rest was the colour one could choose from a choice of five. Mine was in green and it complemented the black and the chrome beautifully.
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FLIPPING CARS WITH BLAZING STARS
In conversation with ROHIT SHETTY
Creative Stage V2 Soundbar review
SHOOTS FAST AND LASTS LONGER
Samsung F62 Review
Tech Launches This Month
Samsung launched the Galaxy F62 earlier this month at a competitive price point.
TWITTER VS THE POTUS: THE ENTIRE STORY
Twitter first suspended Donald Trump’s account in May 2020 when he claimed postal votes were fraudulent. Since then several significant incidents happened over last year including the death of Georgy Flyod, Black Lives Matter protest, riots in major cities, the expulsion of the central police forces in several states, etc.
WHATSAPP'S WANTS YOUR DATA AND IT'S NOT ASKING FOR PERMISSION
Facebook-owned popular instant messaging service Whatsapp is getting a lot of flack from Indian users, tech enthusiasts and other important official figures, since its last software update which, as per cybersecurity experts, removed the platform's earlier emphasis on Privacy and Security.
INFLUENCER OF THE MONTH
THE ARCHITECTURAL DRIVE HAMPI
A Six hour Drive from Bengaluru will take you back 600+ years in History
IN-GAME VEHICLES WE WISH WERE REAL
Videogames never fail to transport us to a world that is far beyond our reach, yet controllable by the tips of our fingers (quite literally). While open-world games offer a vast, new lifestyle to explore, they also give us a taste of some unique vehicles. Well, calling them vehicles would be an understatement as these perform so many more tasks than just commute, but they’re some uber-cool pieces of machinery nevertheless. That said, here are some of the coolest in-game vehicles that we would love to test-ride!
BEST VIDEO GAME FRANCHISES OVER THE YEARS
Ever since gaming has reached the digital age, there have spawned numerous titles and franchises across the globe. While some were just one-trick ponies or got lost in the sands of time, there were others who cemented their names in history as some of the best video games. These also led to the rise of multiple franchises, who have since gone on to become multibillion-dollar industries in themselves. Following is a list of such video game franchises who have only grown bigger as the years have passed:
Falling Over a Cliff
Courtney Henderson, 19, and Gavin Caruso, 23, fell 50 feet during a storm in June of 2020. Only one survived.
The Last Best Place
Add your voice to the call to protect Montana’s Gallatin Range, a critical–but unprotected–habitat bordering Yellowstone National Park.
The Long Way Down
Active Pass member Robin Mino takes the rocky route on the descent from Huemul Pass to Lake Viedma in Patagonia.
Our writer reconciles her family and her future on the path to Harding Icefield.
Flowers aren’t just for meadows. Look up to see spring among the branches.
Emily Ford THRU-HIKER
Late last December, Emily Ford, 28, of Duluth, Minnesota, took her first steps on Wisconsin’s 1,200-mile Ice Age Trail with a borrowed sled dog named Diggins. “I was laid off from my job as head gardener at the Glensheen Mansion, and I took full advantage,” she says. Ten weeks later, she became the first woman and second person ever to thru-hike the IAT in winter.
How I got my footing back as a 300-pound adventurer on the Long Trail.
LICENSE TO THRILL
Actress and model Natalie Martinez has secret agent skills among her many talents
Eye of the Storm
Foul-weather backcountry days have an allure all their own.
The work of Bob Carlos Clarke is revealed in one of the most impressive photography books ever published