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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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TIMBER MOUNTAIN BIKE BELL | Image

TIMBER MOUNTAIN BIKE BELL

If you ride your bike on crowded trails or busy multi-use paths, using a bell is always a sensible idea. But it can be difficult to activate a bell when riding over technical terrain at speed. Enter the Timber Mountain Bike Bell, based on the iconic cowbell, only updated with a more modern look. The Timber MTB Bell features a simple on/off lever that controls the internal clapper, slide it down for on, up for off, or set it in between for a quieter sound. watch the ...
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UAZ Hunter Expedition

Automaker UAZ (Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant) from Russia, has made a name for itself by building 4x4s that will work in the most punishing environments, including the deepest wilderness of Siberia. They first caught our attention with their legendary SGR Expedition, a rugged van with impressive off-road capabilities. Now, the Russian manufacturer has launched a new, harsher version of their popular Hunter SUV, naming it Hunter Expedition, taking its off-road capabilit...
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VOLKSWAGEN ELECTRIC DUNE BUGGY | Image

VOLKSWAGEN ELECTRIC DUNE BUGGY

VW have introduced the very cool I.D. Buggy, an all-electric dune buggy with some 1960s California subculture flair. The all-electric dune buggy crams futuristic tech into a retro package, it features a single 201-horsepower, 228 lb-ft (309 Nm) electric motor in the rear, fed by a 62-kWh battery pack in the floor, giving a WLTP range of 155 miles (250 km). It is capable of 0-60mph in 7.2 seconds, and a top speed of 99mph. Other details include 18-inch wheels wrapped...
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