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Airboard | By Arbortech

With Airboard, its easy to learn and simple manoeuvres are achieved with just a little practice. By adjusting your balance and changing your weight from one side to the other you can turn from 180º to 360º. It can take you to new heights of extreme fun and you can make it as easy or as difficult to ride as you like.



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GoBoat

Meet GoBoat, the most portable fishing boat in the world! A compact watercraft that takes you anywhere on the water and it fits in the trunk of your car, perfect for fishing, hunting and more in shallow waters. GoBoat also makes a great bumper boat, providing hours of fun for kids and adults. Weighing just just 15lb, the GoBoat requires no tools for assembly and weighs less than most carry-on luggage. Works with any simple trolling motor (sold separately). watch the...
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ICON THRIFTMASTER

The guys over at ICON 4x4 have been very busy lately, after presenting the ICON E-Flyer electric bicycle, they have now rolled out this spectacular Thriftmaster Pickup truck. It is based on the late 1947–1953 Chevrolet 3100 five-window pickup trucks, and is powered by an impressive 315hp 5.3L engine with a Magnuson supercharger bumping it up to 435hp! And don´t be fooled by the vintage-look, this beauty is packed with fully up-to-date technology and can be customize...
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TRIUMPH SPEED TWIN | BY ROD AND TOD DESIGN

Triumph Speed Twin is a motorcycle created by Northumbria University students, Roy Norton and Thomas Kashe. Inspired by the Manx Norton their final major project was to design a classic themed bike, aimed at a youth market. Designed to appeal to a new generation of motorcyclists looking for a new interpretation on the classic, vintage cafe racer. The bike is stripped back, lowered and lengthened. There is a mix of Triumph heritage with modern design pr...
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