The Red Bulletin September 2019 (UK)

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Equipment

RIDE

Half bike, half beast

Identiti AKA

For more than two decades, UK-based bike-maker Identiti has been concocting fiendish

rides with names such as Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (that’s two bikes, not one with a split

personality). The outwardly respectable AKA really does hide an inner monster; its frame

employs long, low, slack, progressive geometry and a suspension-free ‘hard-tailed’ rear.

Head into the woods at night and howl it under the moon. identitibikes.com

PLAY

World‘s greatest

Game Boy

Nintendo Switch Lite

Japanese gaming giants Nintendo

returned to glory in 2017 with their

ingenious Switch console and its

blistering games library (mostly

ported from the less successful Wii

U). This lighter, cheaper version

loses the TV output and detachable

controllers (and thus the motion

controls and two-player option),

but is still the best on-the-go games

machine around. nintendo.com

LISTEN

Superstar sound

Kygo A4/300

If the 660-million-plus YouTube

views of the video for his single

Firestone are any indication,

Norwegian DJ and music producer

Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll has a knack

for making tunes. He’s equally adept

at producing headphones, as these

wireless cans demonstrate: clear,

bass-leaning audio; minimalistic

Scandinavian design; and a battery

that lasts 16 hours. kygolife.com

DAVID EDWARDS, TIM KENT

78 THE RED BULLETIN

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