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Trunkmonkey

Say goodbye to cumbersome bike racks, TrunkMonkey is the world’s first inflatable, portable bike carrier that is truly universal for all vehicles and all bikes! The innovative bike-carrying system is inflatable and designed to fit on virtually any vehicle. When not in use, simply deflate into a carrying pouch, and easily mount it to the seat post of any bike, or stow away in the trunk of your vehicle. With its lightweight, minimal design, TrunkMonkey is always ready at a moments notice providing the convenience and freedom to never leave your bike behind. watch the video

Learn more from TrunkMonkey, or pre-order now from Kickstarter at a special price




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BISHOP | BY BANDIT9 | Image

BISHOP | BY BANDIT9

Daryl Villanueva from Bandit9 has rolled out another supreme custom motorcycle from his workshop in Beijing, China. His latest masterpiece is the custom built "Bishop", a minimalist ride based on a Honda Supersport. It features an high-grade steel unibody that contrasts beautifully with the wood burl side panels, a custom gas cap, a sand-casted swingarm, aluminum indicators and custom brake light. The bespoke "Bishop” is limited to nine units only. watch the video...
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SHORT BUS RETRO | BY WINKELMAN ARCHITECTURE | Image

SHORT BUS RETRO | BY WINKELMAN ARCHITECTURE

Over the years we have showcased many adventure vehicles, but nothing as special as this, an old-school bus converted into a camper. Restored to perfection by Winkleman Architecture for a client, the 1959 Chevrolet Viking short bus can safely carry 12 passengers, converting to guest quarters for two with two single beds, or joined in the center as a queen bed. The design aesthetic was inspired by the mid-century, and has a charming 60′s, hippy-chic feel, execu...
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HONDA CBR 100F CUSTOM SUPERBIKE | Image

HONDA CBR 100F CUSTOM SUPERBIKE

This amazing machine took Ian McElroy two years to build, and if you spot a little of the KTM RC8 in there, you’re right—the Austrian superbike was one of the inspirations for McElroy’s stealth-fighter angles and curves. The bodywork is formed from sheets of aluminum meticulously welded together, and the original gauges have been replaced by a Veypor setup that can also record G-force, 0-60, quarter mile time and lap time as well as speed and RPM. Source...
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