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Motorcycle Bivouac

The Motorcycle Bivouac by Exposed, is the perfect companion on your journeys, providing the necessary shelter and letting you enjoy the outdoors the purest way possible. Designed by a group of motorcycle enthusiasts from Switzerland, the rugged shelter uses your bike as part of the structure, reducing the package size to a minimum. Bivouac adapts fully to different motorcycle heights, and provides shelter with enough room for one person and luggage. Made from Cordura, a well-proven outdoor fabric, the shelter comes with a leather brace that allows you to mount it to your handlebars or rear luggage space. watch the video below

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ICON A5 AIRCRAFT

ICON’s sport aircraft are not only designed to deliver an amazing and safe flying experience, but also to inspire us the way great sports cars do. After years of development with some of  the world’s best aerospace engineers and industrial designers, ICON Aircraft has released the first of its line of sport planes, the ICON A5. With over 450 pre-orders it is sure to be a success....
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BLACKTRAIL BT-01 THE $80,000 ELECTRIC BICYCLE | Image

BLACKTRAIL BT-01 THE $80,000 ELECTRIC BICYCLE

This is the most expensive electric bike you can buy, this limited edition bike from pg-bikes will knock you back $80,000! Constructed of carbon fiber lightweight aerospace aluminum, titanium and magnesium, the BlackTrail BT-01 reaches speeds of 65mph thanks to its 1.2 kW engine embedded in its frame of 16kg, and can take it through 120 km of distance and amazingly, it all on a single charge of 2.5 hours of battery leather-clad 17Ah Li-ion. Only 667 available....
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1961 Triumph TR4

Found back in 2009 rusting away in a Kentucky barn, this stunning 1961 Triumph TR4 has been brought back to its former glory with a striking color scheme. The TR4 is one of the quintessential British roadsters of the 60s and became a celebrated rally car. This rare early example of the model now wears a deep coat of black paint, complemented by menacing black wire wheels, and a clean, bumper-less look on the body. Inside, a fresh, custom red leather cabin breaks up ...
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