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The Outfitter | By Felt Bicycles

The Outfitter by Felt Bicycles is the ultimate fat e-bike for the true outdoorsman. Especially developed for hunting, fishing, camping, and adventure seeking people, the Outfitter is an all-terrain fat machine that will take your adventures to the next level. Equipped with a nearly soundless Bosch electronic motor, fat tyres, and several attachment possibilities for bags on rear and front carriers, the adventure bike is ready to tackle every terrain.



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2012 PORSCHE PANAMERA GTS

Porsche have just presented the Panamera GTS. The supercar features a V8 4.8-liter engine with 430 horsepower! Equipped with a PDK transmission, seven-speed  dual-clutch and Sport Chrono pack as standard, the Panamera GTS accelerates from 0 to 62 mph / h in 4.5 seconds and reaches 178 mph maximum speed. Outside, the Panamera GTS is distinguished by the redesigned bumpers, larger air intakes, glossy black applications on the side air vents, sports seats and spor...
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HEROIN BIKE

Heroin Bike is a new bicycle designed and assembled by the French company Heroin, and built from composite carbon fiber which is hand made by Italian craftsman. Inspired by the Le Corbusier "modulor” concept of ideal proportions, and using perfection as their motto, the company built a unique bike where the specs speak for themselves: built from Torayca MJ46 carbon fiber, each frame is adjusted to the size of its future owner, then baked and glued together by propri...
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SPARE TIRE BBQ GRATE

The Spare Tire BBQ Grate is an ingenious solution by adventure gear brand Front Runner. When on an outdoor adventure, maximizing your space is essential, cargo space is limited and carrying a BBQ grate is a luxury most will leave behind because it takes up way to much space. Unless of course, you have one of these, simply slip it it over your spare tire and you´re ready to go. via...
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