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New Legend Scout LS800-TWO

New Legend has a reputation for its over-the-top restomods, especially International Scout builds. Founded by Sean Barber, it is quite possibly the best Scout "retro-mod" shop in the world, they bring the iconic American SUV into the 21st century without compromising its old world charm. The latest masterpiece to roll out of their garage is this stunning Scout fully restored and repainted in a gorgeous Harvester Red. In classic New Legend style, they upgraded it with a 350hp 5.3L LS engine, a new Outrider chassis, new suspension, an all new waxed canvas interior, gave it a 2" lift, a freshly painted top, a modern sound system, Workman bumpers with integrated LED lights, and plenty of safety features.



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BIKE DESIGN PROJECT | BY OREGON MANIFEST

The Bike Design Project by Oregon Manifest challenges five teams from five cycling-centric cities in the US to design the ultimate urban utility bike. Each team is composed of one high-level design firm and one American bicycle crafter, and they are asked "who can make the most innovative utility bike?” teams are required to build a fully functional prototype and at the end of the development period, cycling enthusiasts are invited to vote on which d...
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DOUBLE O BIKE LIGHT

Double O Light is a new and cool bike light brought to us by the brilliant British designer Paul Cocksedge. It features two lights to mount on your bike, a white one at the front and a red one at the rear. At the front you get more lighting power, around 85 lumens, so you can lighten your path, and at the rear you get around 50 lumens, to make sure you´re seen. It features a built in rubber strap so you can fix it around your bike´s frame, or attach it to your bac...
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Paved to Pines School Bus Conversions

Paved To Pines, are a bus and van conversion company in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. They are experts in turning buses into badass off-grid campers for people looking to live a more minimalistic lifestyle. They build fully functioning homes out of 40-foot skoolies that can truly go off the grid, with stunning interiors, all on wheels. The conversion process begins with you creating a wish list of what you would like included, add stuff such as 400 watts of s...
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