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Mirage Adventure Kayak | By Hobie

The new versatile Mirage Adventure Kayak by Hobie gives you several options, it is good for paddling, sailing and fishing. It features a revolutionary hands-free propulsion system, an adjustable high back padded seat with inflatable lumbar support, two molded-in rod holders, two 8in twist and seal hatches with gear bucket, two mesh-covered stowage pockets and plenty of storage space. You also have the option of getting the separate mirage sail kit, turning it into a mini sailboat. Available now at amazon



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ICON FJ44 PETERSON SPECIAL

Jonathan Ward’s Californian-based company ICON 4x4 has made a name for re-engineering legendary off-roaders, including Ford Broncos and Toyota FJs. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their garage is the beastly FJ44, called the Petersen Special. This is their most advanced build so far, with impressive upgrades such as a supercharged E-rod V8 engine with 540HP (pushing it from 0-60 in 5.7 seconds), an optimized transmission, and a set of custom Brembo brakes and ...
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2016 GIFTS FOR THE BIKE COMMUTER

We have rounded up some of our favorite and essential items for the bike commuter. More people everyday are commuting to work on a bicycle, this time we have put together a list of all the tools, gadgets and accessories needed for your safe, comfortable and stylish ride to work. Check out all product descriptions here...
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TAURUS URBAN TRANSPORTATION CONCEPT | BY ERIK LANUZA | Image

TAURUS URBAN TRANSPORTATION CONCEPT | BY ERIK LANUZA

The Taurus as the designer hails it, is a zero emission, open-top, saddle-ridden vehicle that moves on two wheels. Essentially an enhanced Segway with a saddle, the all-electric vehicle needs to be controlled by the body balance of  the rider. You can control the speed by leaning forward or backward, while the steering wheel can be used to change the direction on curves, apart from your body balance....
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