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2011 Jeep Wrangler Mojave | Limited Edition

This is the Mojave, which pays homage to the legendary route in Mojave Desert located in the United States and currently named Mojave National Preserve. Among the features of the Wrangler Mojave are the fender flares that cover the 17 " wheels, equipped with 32" tires . In addition, themed details like the lizard that symbolizes the model, a blacked-out fuel door cap on the hood and a body-colored hard top, give the model an even more exclusive look.



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NOMAD VANZ

Based in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Nomad Vanz builds custom overland expedition vans for those who want to travel off-the-grid. Most builds use the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, with different upgrade levels from $50,000 to $150,000 or more, depending on what you want and how long you’ll be off-the-grid. The vans are specifically designed to hold up to natural elements like mildew, UV rays, and extreme temperatures. Each one has a modern, functional design and is...
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CONTORTIONIST FOLDING BIKE | BY DOMINIC HARGREAVES | Image

CONTORTIONIST FOLDING BIKE | BY DOMINIC HARGREAVES

We donīt normally post prototypes, but occasionally, if we find something really special we have to feature it. Designer Dom Hargreaves entered the James Dyson Award to try and gain funding to take this folding bike forward. Most folding bikes are not as compact as this bike when folded, the Contortionist folds completely into the space of the wheels 26in circumference, and leaves a nice little pull handle for you to drag the bike around. The bike didnīt go into pro...
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VRUM CATTIVA E-BIKE

Cattiva is a new e-bike from Vrum Bike. An assisted hybrid bike that ensures extra speed and efficiency. The idea behind the Cattiva is that you will only get some electric power when you really need it, say for a little sprint or a hill that gets in the way, other than that, itīs just a normal bike, although much lighter than a regular one. When youīre going downhill or braking just turn your pedals the other way and the batteries will charge with the inertial move...
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