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Jon Olsson Camouflage Lamborghini

We recently came across this awesome Lamborghini conversion, it is owned by Swedish professional freeskier and alpine ski racer Jon Olsson. Besides skiing Jon also has a huge interest for cars, instead of driving a SUV or a Truck up the mountain, he drives a Lamborghini Gallardo LP560 with a ski box on top! The Lambo features an original camouflage paint scheme and a custom mounted ski transporter box that was designed for high speeds of over 160 mph. source



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DOUZE CYCLES CARGOBIKE

This French brand presents a new generation of cargo bikes. Think your bike is not at all handy to carry things? Well so did these guys! The Douze Cycles are practical and you can choose between a range of two cargo schemes that best suit your needs. With a standard front loading platform or an extra long loading platform you can easily adjust it to what you want to do. One of its greatest features is the interchangeable platform lock, with a few clicks you can swit...
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Vagabund Honda CB450

One of our favorite custom motorbikes ever is the spectacular BMW R100R by Vagabond Moto. Today we showcase another work of art by the Austrian duo, designer Paul Brauchart and mechanical engineer Philipp Rabl - the 1972 Honda CB450 K5 Cafe Racer, a build developed in line with a brief of clean lines and a minimalist finish, with everything deemed as unnecessary being removed. After being stripped bare, the bike was fitted with a wheel hugger style number plate moun...
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TURN SIGNAL GLOVES

Whether commuting from work or just cruising at night time on your bicycle, being seen by motorists is essential for your safety. These cool Signal Gloves from DOPPELGANGER in Japan, are a definite upgrade on your safety, the gloves have an embedded LED light triggered by a thumb-accessible button that flashes indicating the direction you wish to take, alerting both cyclists and motorists. via ...
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