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In The Water With The Red Bull Extreme Sailing Team
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Dec 22nd, 2016
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Last week I got the opportunity to witness the Red Bull Extreme Sailing Team first hand, as they battled it out in the Sydney Harbour. In the final Act of the Extreme Sailing Series, the Red Bull team were attempting to steal the title in a last minute dash.Originally, I was meant to be on-board during one of the six races that took place on the final da

Entertainment
Robb Report launches its first Australian edition to coincide with their 40th anniversary
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Oct 17th, 2016
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Robb Report launched their first Australian edition this week to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the magazine. Robb Report Australia is now the 17th regional edition edition of the luxury magazine. Since it’s first release in the US, Robb Report has been the ultimate guide to all things luxury including cars, yachts, wines, fashion, jewellery and di

Life & Style
Jaeger-LeCoultre Celebrates 85 Years Of The Iconic Reverso Watch
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Oct 11th, 2016
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Jaeger-LeCoultre is celebrating the 85th birthday of their iconic Reverso watch.The Reverso has come a long way over the past 85 years. Although it is now seen as a dress timepiece, initially the Reverso was in fact designed to be a sports watch. Apparently British officers in the Indian Army were constantly complaining about the damage done to their wat

Gear
A look at the new Piaget Polo S range of watches
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Oct 10th, 2016
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Now that Spring Carnival is in full swing we have been taking the time to look at some of the new watch collections that have been introduced of late.For a steel watch, we really like the new Piaget Polo S. The Polo was quite popular in the 80's and is now experiencing something of a renaissance with the Polo S. The Swiss manufacturer previewed the new r

Travel
Robbie McEwan Talks To Us About The Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Sep 20th, 2016
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If you’ve already nearly drunk yourself into an early grave on a Contiki Tour across Europe and are looking for something a bit different to do for your next holiday, then take a look at the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge in New Zealand.The Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge has around 7,500 riders take part annually and is best known for its iconic 160km Round t

People
We Speak To Possibly Insane UrbEx City Explorer Bryce Wilson
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Sep 19th, 2016
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In April last year, whilst scrolling aimlessly through Instagram at work, I came across a visual that I’ll never forget. You can watch exactly what I saw below:[embed]https://www.instagram.com/p/18s098F8l0/?taken-by=olegcricket&hl=en[/embed]The man featured in the video - skipping along the edge of a 72 floor building in Moscow - is Oleg Cricket. T

Sport
Australian Premiere Of Red Bull’s ‘The Fourth Phase’ Starring Travis Rice
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Sep 14th, 2016
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Pro snowboarder Travis Rice describes himself as 'recklessly optimistic' and watching Red Bull's The Fourth Phase you get an idea as to why. The Fourth Phase made it's Australia premiere at The Star in Sydney last night and is the highly anticipated sequel to Red Bull Media House's The Art of Flight.In the documentary, Rice is following the world’s hyd

Life & Style
Emporium Barber Bondi: Four Must Have Spring Men’s Grooming Products
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Sep 12th, 2016
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The Emporium Barber recently opened their new store in Bondi, meaning blokes can now get a trim or cut throat shave whilst watching the surf at Australia’s most iconic beach - they’ll even serve you a beer to seal the deal. This is the first of the boutique barbers to open in Sydney which already has locations in Fortitude Valley and the Brisbane CBD. Wh

Life & Style
M.J. Bale Goes Bold With Their SS16 Collection
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Sep 9th, 2016
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When M.J. Bale went to California to shoot their new spring collection, they were pointed in the direction of an antique garage as to where they might find a car to include in some of their photos. It seems appropriate that the first car they chose just so happened to have once belonged to the late Steve McQueen. CEO Matt Jenson lists the ‘king of cool’

Sport
Riding Shotgun With Red Bull Racing Australia’s Jamie Whincup
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Aug 31st, 2016
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As you’re nearing the first bend at Sydney Motorsport Park, riding shotgun with Jamie Whincup sitting next to you, you can’t help but think that you might not live to see the end of this lap.You can tell yourself as many times as you want that: 'This is Jamie Whincup, he’s the best to ever do it, he’s not going to crash', however there will still

Gear
Navman Just Released Their New Range Of GPS And Dashcams
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Aug 18th, 2016
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Let's face it, a lot of us do some pretty dodgy stuff when it comes to finding our way on unknown roads, with most of us relying on the maps displayed on iPhone in our laps to get us from A - B. However just as there is a time when you have to stop drinking Cruisers and graduate to beer or wine, there also comes a time when you have to bite the bullet and up

Entertainment
Watch The New Trailer For Childish Gambino’s Show “Atlanta”
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Aug 16th, 2016
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Childish Gambino's new FX show Atlanta finally has a release date: September 6. On Friday night Gambino (aka Donald Glover) posted the release date to his Instagram along with a brand new trailer for the show. It's the first real look we have been given of Atlanta, which is executive produced and written by Glover. If that wasn't enough, the triple threat a

Life & Style
A First Look At Hugo Boss’ New Women’s Fragrance – The Scent For Her
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Aug 15th, 2016
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Boss Hunting was given the chance to be amongst the first people in the world to experience Hugo Boss’s new women’s line, Hugo Boss - The Scent for Her, before it hits the shelves in Australia next month. The Scent for Her is the second chapter of the fragrance, after the men’s line launched in August last year.British actor Theo James is the face

Life & Style
Ever Wondered How Whiskey Is Made? Here’s How
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Aug 12th, 2016
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We all know that beer is made from barley, wine is made from grapes, vodka from potatoes and tequila is brewed in the fiery pits of hell by Satan himself. Not many, however, know the process behind the production of whiskey.Situated just 5kms south of Sydney’s CBD, the Archie Rose Distillery is the very first multi-spirit distillery in Sydney in over

Life & Style
Watch The Witchery SS16 Runway Show
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Aug 8th, 2016
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Bold simplicity was the theme at Witchery’s SS16 runway show.The walkway at the iconic Sydney Carriageworks was inhabited by the soft feminist and discreet cool of the 90’ masculine silhouettes as Witchery’s new Spring range was put on display: The classic slip dress got an update, a washed raspberry trench coat caused a few murmurs of envy and a 9

Business
Watch The Trailer For Netflix’s New Nas-Produced Show, ‘The Get Down’.
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Aug 8th, 2016
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Netflix has a new series debuting this month, and if you're a fan of hip hop you should be very excited about its arrival. Created by Australian director Baz Luhrmann, The Get Down, which debuts on August 12th, takes place in the Bronx during the late 1970's.  It follows aspiring rapper Ezekiel (Justice Smith) and his gang - played by Skylan Brooks, Tremain

Sport
iFLY: A Look At Sydney’s First Indoor Skydiving Centre
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Jul 18th, 2016
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First we made indoor rock-climbing walls so that extreme climbers could hone their skills before tackling real cliff faces, then we took to the mountains and created man-made slopes with smoother bends and steeper descents to test our extreme snowboarders and skiers - Kelly Slater even claims to have created the perfect wave-pool for surfers to practice thei

Sport
Apparently Fighting Isn’t The Only Thing Conor McGregor Is Good At…
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Jul 7th, 2016
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Anyone who follows Conor McGregor on Instagram, would have seen that he has been training very hard for his rematch with Nate Diaz in Las Vegas next month.However, they may have got a shock when on Wednesday night McGregor uploaded a photo of himself, boxing, fully naked.Luckily The Notorious One’s “notorious one” was not visible in the picture

Entertainment
Watch Rapper Action Bronson’s Cooking Show: “Fuck, That’s Delicious”
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Jul 6th, 2016
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If you haven’t yet got around to watching the Action Bronson's cooking show “Fuck, That’s Delicious”, we highly recommend you give it a watch.The show follows the culinary adventures of rapper Action Bronson during his recent tour: Bronson and his entourage travel across America and some of the UK performing shows and trying some of the best food

Sport
6 of the Most Boss Sledges in Australian Sport
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Jun 20th, 2016
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When the world lost Muhammad Ali, not only did we lose a great boxer, activist and all-round inspirational human being, but we also lost the greatest shit-talker to ever live.When Ali said he was fast, he wasn’t just talking about his footwork: He had a tremendous ability to beat his opponents before they even stepped foot inside the ring. This is beca

Sport
Why we love Conor McGregor
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Mar 9th, 2016
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Over the past eight months or so something incredible has happened; everyone has suddenly become interested in the UFC.I am no exception to this. I’m not a UFC or MMA fan and I will be the first to admit I know next to nothing about the sport. Yet despite this I still found myself packed shoulder to shoulder in the local pub on Sunday afternoon, waitin

Sport
Meet Australia’s Fastest Kid
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Apr 13th, 2015
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Jack Hale literally started from the bottom, geographically speaking anyway. The fastest boy in the country is a product of Tasmania; the island state founded by convicts and controversially left off the Australian map at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. ‘Tassie’ is usually best known for an extinct animal, a Looney Tunes character and also for being the hom

Entertainment
Australia may have just witnessed Drake at his best
  • by Joel Bevilacqua
  • Mar 12th, 2015
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As most hip-hop fans would already know Drake recently made history when he surpassed one of the greatest bands of all time, The Beatles, with his amount of Billboard 100 Singles. Thanks to his surprise album ‘If You're Reading This It's Too Late’ at one point Drake had 21 concurrently charting songs in the top 100. Drake was in in Sydney when the news