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Veleau 42 | Bicycle Mounted Hydration System

Veleau 42 is a unique, bicycle-mounted hydration system, designed specifically for mountain, road, triathlon, touring and recreational cycling. You can double your your bike’s water carrying capacity for long rides. The system fits securely under the saddle and carries 42 ounces of water, it features an easy access hydration tube bite valve that automatically returns to its proper position after use. A great alternative to the sweaty , heavy hydration backpacks and a safer and more easily accessible alternative to traditional down-tube mounted bottles.



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2011 MORGAN THREEWHEELER

This car was a huge success for the Morgan Motor Company back in the early 1900´s. Now Morgan have relaunched this popular model with a  "Screaming Eagle” 1800 cc engine from Harley Davidson, and a Mazda 5 speed gearbox. This permits the threewheeler to achive  0-60 in 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 115 miles per hour. ...
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HONDA 2&4

Set to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, is the impressive Honda Project 2&4, a spectacular four wheeled, lightweight, open-air kart with a 999cc V4 superbike motor under the hood. Designed by Honda’s motorcycle design studio in Asaka, Japan, the 2&4 claims influence from the pivotal RA272 Formula 1 car from 1965, and is powered by a 215 hp RC213V competition motorcycle engine. The unique "floating seat” design places the driver as close to the action as po...
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RUNGU FAT-TRIKE

The new bike by Rungu is the first all fat-tire bullfrog trike. The bike features three huge, soft tires allowing it to "float" over snow and sand, in fact the company states that this system improves floating over these surfaces by 50% compared to regular fat bikes. The Trike is perfect for transporting surfboards across the sand or pulling stuff across the snow, it can also reportedly climb up short flights of steps with ease and overcome obstacles up to 6” tall a...
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