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Bicycle Brake Light

The clever Fabric FLR30 Light packs a lot of safety innovation into a small package. The 30-lumen taillight makes clever use of an incorporated accelerometer to increase brightness as speed falls. The result is a dual-purpose light that alerts traffic when you intend to slow down or stop in order to get drivers´ attention and making sure they see you. The R30 is compact, reliable, USB-rechargeable, and burns for between eight and 12 hours depending on the setting. It is also designed to be mounted in multiple positions. 



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ICON FJ44 PETERSON SPECIAL

Jonathan Ward’s Californian-based company ICON 4x4 has made a name for re-engineering legendary off-roaders, including Ford Broncos and Toyota FJs. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their garage is the beastly FJ44, called the Petersen Special. This is their most advanced build so far, with impressive upgrades such as a supercharged E-rod V8 engine with 540HP (pushing it from 0-60 in 5.7 seconds), an optimized transmission, and a set of custom Brembo brakes and ...
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TINNIE 10 VESSEL

TINNIE 10 is the latest project by Joey Ruiter, a designer we have featured several times before, with innovative products such as the Growler City Bike, the Inner City Bike, and the Lo-Ruiter Longboard. Built from thick lightweight aluminum, the small portable vessel weighs only 173 lbs (79kg) and features white oak plank flooring, xorel upholstered seating, a 6hp 4-stroke motor (electric option available) and has room for 2 adults. The long range goal for this din...
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URWAHN STADTFUCHS BIKE

The Urwahn Stadtfuchs Bike is a new project developed by a German team that aimed to create a bike that would mainly appeal to urban commuters and that would somehow synthesize the urban concept with an all terrain approach and then add some modern features. The sleek bike has a distinctive design and an ergonomic construction, at the back you get a curvy frame that acts as a way of dispersing strains and shocks on the rear wheel but also contributes in giving it it...
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