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Victorinox Swiss Army Bike Tool

The Victorinox Swiss Army Bike Tool Kit is an essential item for cyclists. The small, handy and robust tool weights only 98 grams and features 8 bits for the most common types of screws found on any bicycle. The rounded edges protect against injuries from falls and it fits perfectly in any bag.



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LUNICYCLE

Unicycle´s are great fun, but learning to ride one is hard, until now that is. The Lunicycle is also pedal-powered, but with a low center of gravity, close to the ground, making it much easier to ride, and much safer, because the pedals are set lower making it simple to step on and off. The specially-designed leg supports add stability and decrease your learning time; as you lean against the supports, your body balances naturally. A fun, challenging, eco-conscious w...
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BajaBoard

BajaBoard is an extreme off-road electric skateboard with amazing power and impressive handling on rough terrain. The 4WD skateboard is inspired by the Baja1000 rally, an all-terrain beast that handles partly like a snowboard and partly like a motorbike. It features a fully independent suspension and steering system (for handling jumps), "DWA” for stability at high speeds and easy drifting during turns, and has a top speed of 31mph (50kph), plus a 18+ mile range. It...
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2012 SAVAGE RIVALE ROADYACHT GTS

Dutch car manufacturer Savage Rivale will be producing the first four-door convertible supercar. With a 670 HP V8 engine under the hood, the Rivale Roadyacht GTS will be capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds, while top speed goes up to an impressive 205 mph. Savage Rivale’s Roadyacht GTS is one of the most exclusive vehicles in the world, only 20 units will be available in three colors. Watch the video photos by Christian Kalse...
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