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Vanual Camping Van

If you´re looking into converting a van into a camper this might be of your interest. The Vanual is a cargo van converted into a living space by filmmaker Zach Both as a way to both live and work anywhere in the country. The van marries both utility with a minimal design, it features a futon bed, a kitchen with a stove, mobile wi-fi, solar panels, and a home theater system. At his personal website, Zack walks you through the DIY process of building a converted campervan from beginning to end, with a comprehensive guide and step-by-step process. He also provides some insight about many things to consider before buying a van and after you hit the road.



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X-Axis Honda CX500

After years of competitive racing, two-time British motocross (MX1) champion Billy MacKenzie created the X-AXIS workshop to pursue his love of building and riding custom bikes. One of his first builds is this Honda CX500, a bike that features a minimal, clean design, and oozes style from every angle. After stripping the bike to its essentials, MacKenzie powder coated it in satin black for more durability, fitted it with Firestone Champion Deluxe vintage tires, upgra...
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CD1 Cargo eTrike

German company HNF Heisenberg was originally founded to create a viable future for e-bikes, they have now developed a unique tilt-action cargo trike that offers a new perspective on urban mobility. The agile and powerful CD1 e-Trike is built using only high quality components and features a powerful Bosch drive completely integrated into the elaborate aluminum frame structure that allows the driver to steer from an electric motor (up to 250 watts) up to a speed of 1...
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DEUS SEA SIDER

The talented team at Deus Customs have created the perfect ride for hitting the beach in style. Based on a 1974 Honda Super Cub C70, the "Sea Sider” is a surf commuter built for the itinerant surfer, it features the engine from a 1995 Honda Astra for more power and better reliability, and some vintage bicycle pieces such as the handlebars and the front light. To add to the bicycle feel, a custom metal frame was cut and welded to form the front basket with treated ...
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