stuff we drool about

2014 Lucra L148

US car manufacturer Lucra has revealed first details on their all-new L148 supercar. The super aerodynamic L148 features a one piece carbon fiber body and is powered by a 4.7 liter LS7 V8 engine, spitting out approximately 700hp and capable of accelerating from 0-60 time in around 2.5 seconds. The Lucra L148 is expected to make it’s first public debut in Spring 2014, no official price has been been announced as yet.



2014-lucra-l148-2.jpg | Image

2014-lucra-l148-3.jpg | Image

2014-lucra-l148-4.jpg | Image

2014-lucra-l148-5.jpg | Image

2014-lucra-l148-6.jpg



LUMOS BIKE HELMET | Image

LUMOS BIKE HELMET

Now available for purchase, is the award-winning Lumos Bike Helmet, a smart solution for urban cyclists that will help keep you safe while you commute to work. The sleek helmet has integrated braking lights and turn signals, and lets you control everything with the wireless controls that you mount on the handlebar, letting drivers know where you´re going, whilst keeping your hands on the handlebars as you should. Simply push the button before you turn, and everyone ...
read more
Cycleboard Street Surfer | Image

Cycleboard Street Surfer

Cycleboard is a new hybrid on the shelf of e-vehicles, half skateboard and snowboard it´s for the rad urban commuter that doesn’t like conventional bikes or the not so easy to use skateboard. With Cycleboard you get the skate platform, the comfort of the 3 wheels and handlebars, but you still get the thrill of having to lean to the sides to go through traffic or pedestrians. With a full charge you get between 15 to 20 miles of range, and reach speeds o...
read more
XFIRE BIKE LANE SAFETY LIGHT | Image

XFIRE BIKE LANE SAFETY LIGHT

This is a must have if you cycle at night, the "XFire Bike Lane Safety Light" is an essential safety aid. The revolutionary device beams two highly visible red lasers to create a visual barrier around your bike. This clearly outlines your virtual bike lane alerting passing drivers of your presence. source...
read more