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Toylander

Toylander is a DIY half-size electric car based on the first Land Rover series! The electric powered miniature vehicles can accommodate children as well as an adult, and you can enjoy all the features of a real car in miniature including forward, reverse, foot and hand brake, lights, horn, folding screen and opening tailgate. The highly detailed model is available as a kit for the hard core DIY enthusiasts, or as complete bodies, ready to prepare and paint for those who want a speedy build.



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BMW R100S Black Baron

Our latest custom motorbike crush is this beastly beamer by Denmark’s Relic Motorcycles. The donor bike started as a BMW R100S (it was actually an old police bike) from the 80s, and was striped to its essentials. The old rear section of the frame was removed, and the centre rear section of the frame was extended in order to mount a Biltwell Harley solo seat on, that features twin rows of LED brakelights underneath. It was also fitted with twin Hagon 420mm shocks, wi...
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BMW R1200R | BY LAZARETH | Image

BMW R1200R | BY LAZARETH

Lazareth is a highly-skilled custom vehicle workshop based in France. Their latest creation is this BMW R1200R transformation, a beast of a bike halfway between a scrambler and a cafe racer. With a minimal look, the bike was stripped to it´s essentials and features a simple digital speedometer, bar-end mirrors and chunky Continental Twinduro tires....
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BIKE SPIKES | BY CESAR VAN RONGEN

Innovative product by Dutch designer Cesar Van Rongen, the bike spikes are the equivalent of snow chains but for bicycles. Riding in snowy conditions and ice is not an easy task, with this in mind Cesar created these bike spikes. They are made of six flexible parts that attach together with a metal wire in order to tighten onto the bike wheel. They can be placed and removed very quickly, and when not in need can be folded into a small compact bag. Watch ...
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