Winter in Montreal can be brutal. We’ve been known to brave -30°C (-22°F) temperatures with blistering winds and snow so icy it stings your eyes. This harsh world we live in is a perfect environment to test what Tyler Williams’ bagged 2011 Subaru STi is made of.
During The Auto Combine in Green Cove Springs, Florida, one of our newest photo/video contributors, Ethan Watson and Southrnfresh’s Rion Morse picked out these two cars to shoot a quick video. Dustin Clement’s Honda S2000 and Anthony Malesa’s MX5. Both static, on polished CCW’s and red, the cars complimented each other quite nicely. Enjoy the video!
Canibeat videographer Loren Haleston and his father Mark Haleston both drove down from Portland, Oregon to meet up with the Canibeat crew in San Francisco yesterday for Wekfest 2012. Here is a teaser video of the event. A full video along with photos from the entire Canibeat photography crew coming very soon! We would like to thank Kenneth & Adam over at Wekfest and everyone from California for making us feel right at home during our entire stay. Much love. Let’s make this teaser go viral!
Last November I had linked up with Diogo from AMS Autowerks as we had been talking for awhile about doing a film feature. We decided to film his 911 GT2. With the season just ending in the North East, I thought it was a good way to finish things off. Diogo’s Porsche is beautiful inside and out, as it has an aggressive yet classy look to it. This 911 goes as much as it shows. So without further adieu, Canibeat presents “Heartbeat”.
You may have seen this bug playing in the snow that we posted on our Facebook earlier today. Well our good friend Tom Wheatley also recorded this video on the same day. Enjoy!
It was one of the last days of Dan’s Corsa, so we decided to go out and shoot a little video of it. Enjoy guys!
I arrived back from a 3 month long vacation in South America last weekend, and after being away for so long I was eager to do a feature. Luckily, my good friend and amazing photographer Beth Saravo was in town and we decided to do some work.
“The automotive scene makes homes to many differently styles of tuning culture. Be it race cars, VIP cars, drift cars or off the wall exotics. But one thing that bring all these styles together is their shared love for cars.
Now days people spend too much time talking about why they’re cool and why you’re not. The Tokyo Auto Salon brings every style together under one roof and shares it with the world. Surely we can all appreciate each others cars more than once a year, can’t we?”
A short but quality video showcasing some of our friends cars from the group Level One out of Toronto, Canada. We had the pleasure of meeting a few of the guys when they made the trip down to New Jersey earlier this year for Honda Day, and we hope to make it up to Toronto for an event or two next year!
This isn’t the entire crew but it gives you an idea of the quality and variety these guys represent.
“We aren’t a car club… we’re a family…”
When the organizers of Autocon approached us this year to ask if we’d be able to attend Autocon 2011, we promised we would. Since last year was such a huge success for them and we wanted to contribute to making the show even better. So this year, instead of just promising coverage, we have decided to show. It will be our first official west coast show that we will be attending as a major vendor. How can we forget about our west coast fans let alone resist a good children’s’ charity car event? It’s going to be one exciting event! Are YOU ready? Read More