Cristian Loza here again with another installment of Web Picks. Not much more to say this go around other then this has got to be our best variety and quality to far. Back at it again with some badass Web Picks… enjoy! See you guys next weekend in Virginia Beach.
Apr 12, 2014
Photography By: Lunchbox PhotoWorks
Words By: Josh Wilson
Finding that model that you become entranced with is a lot like finding your first love; the obsessing, the heavy-petting, and the heartache when you’re apart. For some they take years to find their true love while others are lucky enough to find their automotive match in their early years. Jim Spear found himself in high school when he found his, a ’56 Ford F100, and the clean lines and voluptuous fenders left him pining for one of his own.
South Florida is spoiled. Every time I visit the weather is incredible, the people are in great moods, and there is always something interesting being built. This past trip I came across Alex Bukalo and his impeccable BMW E36 M3.
This week’s Wallpaper Wednesday, we bring you David Do’s Mazda RX7 shot by Patrick Lauder.
We are back at it again with the Fourth Installment of Web Picks! This go-round, I noticed there is an increase in newer event and shoot photography starting to pop up which can only mean that things are slowly starting to pick back up in the scene. We are currently looking for new bloggers and photographers for the site; if you are interested, get in contact with anyone on the current team and lets work together. Hope to see everyone as show season starts to pick up!
Mar 18, 2014
Photography By: Some Guy Photography
Words By: Josh Wilson
The motorcycle, for decades, has been the epitome of cool, its Steve McQueen, its Marlon Brando, its Peter Fonda, and its James-Fucking-Dean. No matter the decade they have always brought that badass factor to any person that rides them. It was never because they were flashy but instead because they flaunted a simplistic beauty and installed the ideal of that ever-desired freedom.
Bobber and Café style bikes truly embrace that simplicity because they have never been about adding parts like their automotive kin but instead they are all about stripping down a bike to the bare necessities. They aren’t about performance but instead about riding with style and those moments of enjoyment on a beautiful day when the wind can flow through your being and help you escape the daily stresses that life can bring us.
With the weather getting up to the mid 60s today I can only hope to designate last week’s snowfall as our last. But with the heightened weather temperatures it’s safe to say show season is right around the corner. We’re officially making Spring Fest 5 in Virginia Beach our first show of the season, and I personally can’t for things to pick back up as it gets closer. But for now I am back again with version three of Web Picks. I hope everyone can appreciate the variety. Enjoy!
While the rest of the United States is being blanketed by snow we here in the Sunshine State truly feel bad for you … kind of. Welcome to Florida, where you can wear short and tan year-round, and host a killer euro show without worrying about the cold weather and snow. Sure it gets cool down here, but we welcome that as a break. Enough with the weather report, welcome to Euro Tripper 2! February 2014 hosted the second edition of the all euro event in sunny Ft. Myers, Florida. The Germain Arena hosted the show again this year, and if you missed the second edition of this ever growing event it’s safe to say you really missed out.
Another Winter 2014 week is in the books and I am back at it again with another version of Web Picks (#2). My primary goal with these segments is to give you guys a good variety in photo style and cars. Just like last week here are my favorite photos from around Flickr and the Internet.
I personally invite any of these talented photographers below to reach out to me and lets work together on some features! Keep up the good work everyone and as always just a friendly reminder to add your work to the Canibeat Flickr Pool. I am toying around with the idea of maybe opening this segment up to guests. If this interests you feel free to reach out as well.
Take a moment and reflect on your life endeavor. The people you’ve encountered, the roads you’ve traveled. Some remember tumultuous seas, others remember tranquil roadways. But each person’s route is truly unique. I think about that moment I met Rudi Schreiner on the blacktop at VagFair all those years ago. I remember the sweltering heat cooking my skin as it beaded with salty perspiration. I remember gazing through the heat refraction and fixating my eyes with this Volkswagen R32. I had to know more.