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The Shadow Rocket | By Rough Crafts

Remember the Iron Guerilla? one of our most popular posts on the awesome Harley Sportster Custom by Rough Crafts. The same guys have now joined forces with "Roland Sands Design" for this spectacular conversion based on a Harley-Davidson 2002 FLSTF Softail and dubbed "Shadow Rocket". A dark, glossy and sleek ride...we love it.

Also check out these other Custom bikes by Rough Crafts
- The Bomb Runner
- The Iron Guerilla




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LAMBORGHINI PERDIGON CONCEPT | BY ONDREJ JIREC | Image

LAMBORGHINI PERDIGON CONCEPT | BY ONDREJ JIREC

We don´t feature concept vehicles very often, only if we come across something truly spectacular. Today we feature the Lamborghini Perdigon Concept by Ondrej Jirec, a final year Transport Design student at the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California. The car is inspired by several jet fighters, the most visible of those cues is the large air intake mounted just below the windscreen. Other amazing concepts worth a look: - Ferrari Xezri by Samir S...
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ALPACKALYPSE WHITEWATER PACKRAFT | Image

ALPACKALYPSE WHITEWATER PACKRAFT

If you´re a keen explorer that enjoys challenging backcountry adventures, you have probably heard of Packrafts by Alpakca Rafts, the ultimate adventure boats. Now, 6 years in the making, Alpacka have presented the world´s first whitewater packraft - the Alpackalypse, a craft with the ability to run big water and store all of your gear internally. This is the most advanced and whitewater capable packraft ever designed and features reinforced floor, heavy duty spray s...
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DIGITAL BIKE MIRROR

If you spend a lot of your time cycling in busy city centers, this is definitely a handy gadget. The "Hindsight 30" by Cerevellum is a digital mirror for your bike, you can see who´s behind you via a 3.5" transflective LCD screen. The head-unit attaches to the handlebars in front of the stem it is easily seen and most protected. The small camera unit attaches to the seat post and faces rearward providing you with a clear view of what is behind you....
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