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Track N Go | Wheel Driven Track System

With the "Track N Go" system you can now easily transform your beloved vehicle into a "tank”! The innovative design allows you to easily slip-on the track system without any modifications to your vehicle, simply drive onto the treads, lock them in place, and you´re ready to fearlessly barrel through snow. Track N Go can also function on bare road, but at $25,000, they don´t come cheap, still, less expensive than buying a tank though. Watch the video and check out the impressive system in action.

sources: gizmodo & dudeiwantthat




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Classified Moto Honda XR650L | Image

Classified Moto Honda XR650L

There are a few custom builders that push the boundaries, but none have impressed us more than Classified Moto with their heavily customized motorbikes. The latest machine to roll out of their workshop is this impressive beast aimed at adventurers, a love or hate monstrosity and we love it. The impressive build has all the signature cues of a Classified Moto machine, it started as a 1996 Honda XR650L, but is now a mash-up of other bike parts and has been styled with...
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DUU MOTORCYCLE

CR&S is a Italian boutique manufacturer that produces high quality motorcycles. Their spectacular Duu Motorcycle is built with sophisticated materials and tailored with a wide range of options according to the customers´ personal tastes. In fact, both aesthetic configuration and the mechanical components can be chosen. This amazing beast is wrapped in futuristic styling that takes several cues from the Confederate Motorcycles rule book, and is built with an intr...
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BICYCLE WINE RACK

We have featured before some very original bicycle accessories: the "Road Popper", the "6 pack holder"... Featured here, is the leather bicycle wine rack, it secures your wine bottle tightly to the frame of your bike when ridding to your dinner destination. Just be careful peddling home!...
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