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How cool does this look! Bruno is a Swiss based brand but operates very much in Japan. Their bikes are very stylish and combine great parts with good frames. The bike features cork tape handlebars and tan tyres, it has 8 speed“s and indexed shifters.



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PAL-V | PERSONAL AIR AND LAND VEHICLE | Image

PAL-V | PERSONAL AIR AND LAND VEHICLE

PAL-V is the first car that actually converts into a helicopter. Combining the benefits of a car and a helicopter, PAL-V shows us how our future will look like, offering unprecedented freedom, adventure, flexibility and pleasure, all in one vehicle. Fly over traffic jams, land on the other side, and drive in your own vehicle to your final destination...ultimate freedom. How cool is that! First deliveries are expected in 2014. Watch the video source...
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QUINNY LONGBOARDSTROLLER

Remember the longboard stroller? Well, after two years of intense development, the bold concept becomes reality! Developed by Quinny (a high-end stroller-maker), the longboardstroller is the perfect antidote to boring strollers, making way for a hip new option for urban mobility with children. Although unique and very exciting, the product was developed with the child“s safety in mind, and was designed specifically for this application, it features specials trucks a...
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LUNICYCLE

Unicycle“s are great fun, but learning to ride one is hard, until now that is. The Lunicycle is also pedal-powered, but with a low center of gravity, close to the ground, making it much easier to ride, and much safer, because the pedals are set lower making it simple to step on and off. The specially-designed leg supports add stability and decrease your learning time; as you lean against the supports, your body balances naturally. A fun, challenging, eco-conscious w...
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