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Oru Kayak | Origami Folding Boat

We have seen the ancient Japanese art of origami applied to sheets of paper for creating birds, plants and other shapes, but we never thought weŽd see it applied to a real size kayak! The Oru Kayak by designer Anton Willis is a compact and lightweight(25 lbs) boat which folds like an origami and fits into a small suitcase. It is quick to assemble(only 5 min) and is fast, stable and handles incredibly well. The ambitious project is on kickstarter, and judging by the amount pledged should be available soon.Watch the video




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CUSTOM BUILT CLUB BLACK #02 MOTORCYCLE | BY WRENCHMONKEES | Image

CUSTOM BUILT CLUB BLACK #02 MOTORCYCLE | BY WRENCHMONKEES

This is a custom built bike by Wrenchmonkees they are a Copenhagen based custom bike shop, their work has have been featured in various publications, museums, and exhibits. The bike featured here is named Club Black #02, itŽs a custom built Harley Davidson Sportster. Check out their website for other amazing looking bikes....
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LAMPOCICLO ELECTRIC BICYCLES | Image

LAMPOCICLO ELECTRIC BICYCLES

Lampociclo builds beautiful electric bikes inspired by 1920s motorcycles. The Italian manufacturer combines the latest technology with styling cues of the timeless retro motorbikes design. Each Lampociclo bike is handcrafted and custom built in Verona, you can choose from different gearbox, saddle, grips, wheels and handlebar options, as well as add accessories like baskets and racks, and choose the frame size and colors. The bikes are equipped with up-to-date e-bi...
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QOROS EBIQE

Chinese automotive manufacturing company Qoros have presented at the Geneva Motor Show their new futuristic electric bike, the Qoros eBIQE Concept. eBIQE is a mountain bike styled concept, perfect for commuting, leisurely rides or off-road adventures. Riders can choose from three cycling modes, pedaling with no assistance, pedaling with assistance from the electric motor, or choose motor-power only, allowing a top speed of 65 km/h (40 mph), and a range of 75-miles. ...
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