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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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VOLKSWAGEN ELECTRIC MICROBUS | Image

VOLKSWAGEN ELECTRIC MICROBUS

The microbus is back! Volkswagen is bringing back one of its most iconic vehicles, the 1960s Microbus, but now in electric form. After years of teasing and spy shots, the VW have announced the electric microbus will become a reality in 2022, the result will be a zero-emissions multifunctional vehicle that combines nostalgic design cues with innovative technology. The I.D. Buzz will be built with even more space for passengers than the original, will be capable of le...
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HUSQVARNA MOTORCYCLES | BY KISKA | Image

HUSQVARNA MOTORCYCLES | BY KISKA

Renown Swedish Motorcycle brand Husqvarna have unveiled two exciting new street models at the International motorcycle Expo EICMA in Milan. The 401 VITPILEN and 401 SVARTPILEN are inspired by the rebellious spirit of the golden age of the brand in the 60s and 70s. Both models have been reduced to the bare functional essentials, free of gimmicks, gadgets and extravagant design embellishments, they combine modern technology, cutting-edge design and high quality hardwa...
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ORFOS FLARE BIKE LIGHTS

The Orfos Flare Light is a lighting system developed by a Seattle bike commuter that, due to the city´s usual bad weather sometimes didn´t feel safe enough to take his bike out, for safety reasons. He never felt that he could really be seen on the rainy days or nights. So he set out to design a light that could assure him that everyone would see, all the way around the bike itself. Orfos Flare light was born a few years later. With a lighting of 300 lumens at the ba...
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