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Antagonist Yacht | By Artofkinetik

Art of Kinetik, the producer of luxury wooden pleasure yachts will be launching a new model this summer. The Antagonist is a 37 foot open weekend cruiser, the smaller brother of the 63 foot Hedonist, the company’s stunning flagship yacht. The superyacht features 2 x 370 HP engines and is capable of 42knots maximum speed. The main characteristic of the yacht is an unusually large open cockpit, providing both luxury surroundings and space for up to 8 people to spend a day in comfort, lounging, eating or sunbathing. Antagonist features superb craftsmanship, elegant lines, highest quality materials, and bespoke details.



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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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Diamond Atelier Mark II Series

Munich´s expert motorcycle customizer Diamond Atelier has recently launched a new series with a timeless shape that will please Cafe Racer enthusiasts. The limited edition run is called Mark II Series, and is based on a BMW Monolever 247 frame. Each bike can be ordered in three stages, each to the client’s specifications, you can choose an 800cc or a 1000cc engine. The standard model comes with a modified original 41mm BMW fork, 285mm BMW brake discs, powder coated ...
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MERCEDES-BENZ SLR STIRLING MOSS

Three letters are all it takes to make car fans’ hearts beat faster: SLR. In the 1950s the Mercedes-Benz SLR 300 celebrated victory after victory with the British racing driver Stirling Moss. It does 0-60 in under 3.5 seconds, top speed of 217 mph (350 km/h), has a million dollar price tag and extremely limited (only 75 will be produced)....
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