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Tinnie 10 Vessel

TINNIE 10 is the latest project by Joey Ruiter, a designer we have featured several times before, with innovative products such as the Growler City Bike, the Inner City Bike, and the Lo-Ruiter Longboard. Built from thick lightweight aluminum, the small portable vessel weighs only 173 lbs (79kg) and features white oak plank flooring, xorel upholstered seating, a 6hp 4-stroke motor (electric option available) and has room for 2 adults. The long range goal for this dingy is to create a race class with this boat. Small power, very tight, edge to edge racing.

Photo credits: Dean Van Dis




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NIU M1 ELECTRIC SCOOTER | Image

NIU M1 ELECTRIC SCOOTER

Chinese startup Niu have recently introduced its second generation electric scooter, the M1. The award wining design is a cool and fresh looking electric scooter designed for urban users. It features an all-in-one body structure and omnidirectional headlight and tail light systems for safety. It has also upgraded to a brand new smart control system, incorporates GPS and AGPS real time positioning technology, and an app that lets you check information about the bike ...
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DEFENDER D90 BEACH RUNNER

The motoring masterminds at Cool & Vintage have rolled out of their workshop in Portugal, their latest masterpiece, a restored D90 in the perfect shade of yellow. Boasting a beach vibe, the 1994 Land Rover Defender offers up a tough trim that prevents sand and water from entering the cabin, also featuring water and UV resistant Dice and Onyx seats. Other details include a NAS style cage, and a complete set of brand new BF Goodrich Mud tires to get you through an...
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DOUBLE O BIKE LIGHT

Double O Light is a new and cool bike light brought to us by the brilliant British designer Paul Cocksedge. It features two lights to mount on your bike, a white one at the front and a red one at the rear. At the front you get more lighting power, around 85 lumens, so you can lighten your path, and at the rear you get around 50 lumens, to make sure you´re seen. It features a built in rubber strap so you can fix it around your bike´s frame, or attach it to your backp...
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