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Dry Drill Custom Cycles

Dry Drill is a new concept from Portugal you can customize a bicycle according to your taste and style. It is all done on their website with the help of an intuitive and user-friendly interface, you can choose from 3 models - urban, vintage or relax, and match your frame and wheel choice with a variety of colors. At the moment they donīt sell the complete bicycle, you can only choose your personalized frame and wheels. Dry Drill is the alternative for those who love essential design and are looking for a customizable, hand-made, high-quality product that looks like no one else.



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GEAR GATE

Hoodworks is a new Oregon-based company that is trying to make the much-celebrated truck tailgate a little better. GearGate is like the end result if Victorinox or Leatherman built tailgates, it is aimed at active truck owners, a functionally and visually distinctive system that makes life easier for outdoor enthusiasts. The replacement tailgate for pickup trucks can pack several functions into a space that is normally under-utilized, and has seen relatively few cha...
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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 speedīs and indexed shifters....
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Can-Am Maverick X3

Can-Am is making its boldest statement yet with the new Maverick X3 ATV, a dirt beast powered by a 900cc turbocharged inline three-cylinder Rotax ACE engine rated to 154 horsepower at 7,500 RPM and 113 lb-ft of torque at 7,000. It is capable of hitting 60 mph in just 4.9 seconds. The gearbox is a "high performance” CVT called QRS-X, and it is connected to 4WD. Its low seating arrangement is designed to encapsulate both driver and passenger so they feel connected to ...
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