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Tamiya Wild One Max Off-Road Buggy

The Tamiya Wild One Max Off-Road Buggy, a life-sized version of the iconic RC car, is here for purchase! Created by The Little Car Company, the ultra cool machine is powered by 14.4kWh battery packs, reaching speeds of 60 mph. With Cobra bucket seats, Brembo brakes, and Bilstein dampers, it offers both nostalgia and modern performance. This 1:1 scale model fulfills 80s dreams, featuring 4-point harnesses, marine-spec switches, and 14-inch Maxxis off-road tires. With pre-orders available, production begins in 2024. Relive your childhood and hit the road with this unique ride.

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Earle Ducati Alaskan Junior

A designer for Audi by day, LA-based Alex Earle is known better in motorcycling circles for his street-tracker inspired custom Ducatis. He became famous last year for the project The Alaskan and has now prepared a lighter version, the Alaskan Junior based on Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled. Alex tried to improve the Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled in all aspects to make the Italian motorcycle even more off-road oriented. The result is a stripped down, gutsy back country b...
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Creme bicycles are designed and handmade in Europe, we are digging their CafeRacer models, specially the Caferacer Solo featured here. The beautiful commuter bike has a design influenced by hand built porteur bicycles of the 50s and 60’s, the integrated cabling and hub gear maintains a clean look, and the semi-upright position will give you a perfect balance between comfort and speed, whilst the front rack will be ideal for carrying your groceries or laptop. Sever...
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Suzuki GN250 Cubus

Free Spirit Motorcycles is a workshop ran by Slavo Danko, in a small town in Slovakia. He has a job as a business strategist, but on his spare time he builds custom motorcycles with the help of his son. His latest masterpiece took almost four years to build, went through three different designs, and looks like nothing else out there. The mighty impressive Suzuki GN250 Cubus kept only the engine from the donor bike, the rest is all calped from elsewhere, redesigned o...
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