stuff we drool about

Civia Halstead Bike

The Civia Halstead is a very cool looking cargo bike. The whole bike was designed around a frame mounted front cargo rack. The stylish cycle is a contemporary take on the cargo bikes of decades ago, it is the perfect ride for local bicycle deliveries or just hauling your briefcase and cycling to work. If youīre not making deliveries professionally, this bike will make you want to start.



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DTV SHREDDER | ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE | Image

DTV SHREDDER | ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE

This all-terrain vehicle is called the DTV Shredder, because itīs a dual tracked vehicle, and it shreds any surface you can think of! DTVīs CEO says itīs a "mini tank that rides like a skateboard”, and we do think thatīs quite the accurate description for it, it can go up to speeds like 25 mph (40kmh), and thatīs fast on a small thing like this! With 6-point articulating suspension, cast aluminum swing arms, variable speed, CVT system and the original two paddle sty...
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2014 BMW X5

Our biggest SUV crush this year has to be the new Range Rover Sport, but the newly released BMW X5 follows closely behind. It was expected to be revealed only in September, but the 2014 version of the BMW X5 appeared online before the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany. The new X5 is bigger, more powerful and lighter than the previous version, it is also equipped with the latest in hi-tech. The X5 will go into production this year and arrive at dealerships in early 201...
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NEW FERRARI 599 GTO

Ferraris new extreme V12 berlinetta, the 599 GTO, delivers a lap time of just 1 minute and 24 seconds at Fiorano, making it the fastest road-going model in Ferrariīs history. This limited edition special series of just 599 is the new pinnacle of Prancing Horse sportiness and has benefited to an enormous degree from technological transfers from the track....
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