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1980 Suzuki Gn400 | By Holiday Customs

Holiday Customs is a custom motorbike shop run by Jared Johnson in Portland. This 1980 Suzuki GN400 caught our attention, a bike striped down to its basics and with new tires, chain, headlight, taillight, grips, filters,wiring and leather seat. The bike is currently for sale, contact Jared at Holiday Customs. via



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TOYLANDER

Toylander is a DIY half-size electric car based on the first Land Rover series! The electric powered miniature vehicles can accommodate children as well as an adult, and you can enjoy all the features of a real car in miniature including forward, reverse, foot and hand brake, lights, horn, folding screen and opening tailgate. The highly detailed model is available as a kit for the hard core DIY enthusiasts, or as complete bodies, ready to prepare and paint for those...
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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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DERRINGER BESPOKE COLLECTION

We have featured Derringer Cycles here before, designed by by world-renowned industrial designer Adrian Van Anz, the Derringer Bespoke Collection is a highly limited collection of hand built bikes inspired by the board tracking racing motorcycles of the 1920s. The bikes can be pedaled like a normal bicycle, or can run on a moto-hybrid drivetrain. via Re Craft ...
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