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Vanual Camping Van

If you´re looking into converting a van into a camper this might be of your interest. The Vanual is a cargo van converted into a living space by filmmaker Zach Both as a way to both live and work anywhere in the country. The van marries both utility with a minimal design, it features a futon bed, a kitchen with a stove, mobile wi-fi, solar panels, and a home theater system. At his personal website, Zack walks you through the DIY process of building a converted campervan from beginning to end, with a comprehensive guide and step-by-step process. He also provides some insight about many things to consider before buying a van and after you hit the road.



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HALFBIKE II

The team behind the popular Halfbike is back with an updated version. Halfbike II offers an all new riding experience that you will surely enjoy, it combines running and cycling. It rides very differently than a regular bike, you´re more involved, your body movements have more influence on its behavior, and it sure looks extra fun too, for turning simply lean your body left or right as it moves, giving you a feeling of gliding. Every Halfbike is assembled by just on...
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TREK LANCE AMSTRONG DISTRICT BIKE | Image

TREK LANCE AMSTRONG DISTRICT BIKE

Trek now offers a closer look into its District bike made in collaboration with Lance Armstrong. Among the many features, the bike boasts a carbon fiver frame, carbon fiber composite yellow belt drive system....
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KOENIGSEGG AGERA R

The latest addition to the Koenigsegg family is the "Agera R", this model relies on a 5.0 V8 twin-turbo motor, capable of delivering a staggering 1100 hp powered by bioethanol E85. The Agera R fetures a removable roof, which can be stored in the car. Another highlight are the wheels, whose rims are shaped like a jet engine, they generate more downforce to keep the tires specified for speeds up to 420 mph, clinging to the asphalt....
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