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Modular Kayaks | By Point 65

The Modular Kayaks by Point 65 feature an innovative snap tap solution, allowing you to snap apart and re-assemble in only a few seconds. You can also add a mid piece and transform the kayak into a expedition tandem - so you can bring a friend! It features two watertight compartments for your gear, foot pedals, cup holders and a comfortable seat & back pad. After exploring, simply take it apart and easily place it in the trunk of your car. watch the video



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STROOM | ALUMINUM ELECTRIC BOAT | Image

STROOM | ALUMINUM ELECTRIC BOAT

Developed by Amsterdam based design company SpringTime, the Stroom is an electric aluminum boat, tailor-made for sailing along canals and inner waters. Being built in aluminum makes the boat virtually indestructible and fully maintenance-free. The Stroom reaches a maximum speed of 11 km/h , has a range  of 8 hours, and allows for 8 passengers. Perfect ride to chill out and enjoy the silence!...
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VANMOOF ELECTRIFIED X2 | Image

VANMOOF ELECTRIFIED X2

Dutch minimalist urban bicycle manufacturer Vanmoof have presented their second-gen electric bicycles. The X2 Series is a compact urban cruiser designed for densely populated cityscapes, it features a 504Wh battery that will allow for 37-93 miles of range and a top speed of 19 mph. The sleek bike also features new LED displays, a host of new anti-theft technologies, a high-frequency smart bell, encrypted Bluetooth and GSM connectivity, a boost button for quick accel...
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YAMAHA XS360 | BY THE HOOKIE | Image

YAMAHA XS360 | BY THE HOOKIE

The Hookie, is a Germany based custom motorcycle workshop, they recently rolled out this custom Yamaha XS360, a minimal cafe/tracker hybrid for the urban jungle with big knobbly tyres, with a rough and raw finish. We love the rough-round-the-edges finish appeal on this....
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