Dec 10, 2012
Canibeat has teamed up with The Condolence Co. this winter to release an exciting new t-shirt which includes a woven patch and sticker in limited quantities. The shirt features a collaboration design on the front, a special woven tag on the sleeve and The Condolence Co X Canibeat logo on the back of the shirt. Read More
Sep 19, 2011
Words By: Canibeat.com
Last October we held our first event, First Class Fitment, at the Princeton Airport in Princeton, New Jersey. We couldn’t have been happier with the quality and variety of cars in attendance, and all year people have been asking if we were going to be hosting another show this year. Well we are happy to announce that we will be continuing this Fall tradition with First Class Fitment 2011 at the airport on Saturday, October 15th ! Once again we have planned an event focused more on the quality of cars in attendance rather than the quantity. Although we pride ourselves on featuring a variety of cars on Canibeat some functional and some not so much, we are looking forward to seeing the finest fitted cars in the East again this year!
Aug 25, 2011
Photography By: Anthony Lezada
Words By: JC Vallido
Many of us think that comfort and high performance parts don’t mix in a luxury car. We’re all persuaded with seeing cars like the one featured only to be enhanced with that vip touch. Now I’m not saying that vip is overrated because I will forever love the vip scene. We just need variety and something we haven’t seen lately on Canibeat. Something with a carbon fiber hood on a luxury car perhaps? Meet Wesley Gamboa’s 2008 Top Secret G37S, here we have a car that is built with pride to tune luxury and performance in absolute unity.
Jul 10, 2011
Photography By: RedBull
Feast your eyes on the fifth generation of ‘Madbull’, the almost completely rebuilt Mazda RX-7 of New Zealand’s drift racing idol Mad Mike Whiddett. After six weeks of tinkering, it’s time for the first test runs, which leave Mad Mike looking forward to the upcoming races.
Jul 8, 2011
The Canibeat Family would like to introduce you to our fresh new look for 2011. With your help, Canibeat has grown as a family and brand over the past couple years. Due to this we wanted to bring a new, sleeker look with features that focus on the quality cars and events you have come to expect from Canibeat.com. Even though our look has changed, our mission to our dedicated supporters has not. We will still be bringing you some of the hottest features and expansive coverage from across the globe. We would like to thank all of you for your support and we hope you enjoy the new look. -Canibeat.com Family
Photography by Matt Kwok & Words by Josh Wilson for Canibeat.com
One of the biggest car model rivalries right now is the Evo vs the STI. Both are boosted, All Wheel Drive, sedans and well the similarities keep going on and on but we’ll stop there. With such a divide between the two followings you rarely get the chance to see them in the same frame but Matt Kwok has managed to pull it off with two friends who have put the rivalry to rest.
Filmed & Edited by Abbitt Wilkerson aka. AW Films
Photography by Johnny Ly & Words by JC Vallido for Canibeat.com
Here’s another change of CIB scenery. No flush, bagged, 18×11 wheels for this Honda S2000 and is only meant to do one thing, win races. The car may look subtle from the outside and showing off a carbon fiber wing which is one proof that this car means track business. But wait ’til you see the car’s full spec sheet because it has a ton more of performance enhancements beneath it’s blue skin.
Jun 7, 2011
This year the East Coast did it again for the Honda people. Richmond Virginia served once again as the meeting place for over 800 cars and over 1,000 Honda enthusiasts. The famous location of G-Force Carts provided the large industrial lot needed to park cars ranging from 70’s Civics to NSX’s. Each year the meet grows to meet the needs of more and more guests, and this year reserved spots were sold, food was provided, and hired police helped keep the place organized.