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Infiniti Prototype 9

Infinity have unveiled this gorgeous concept inspired by the open-wheel grand prix cars of the 1940s (particularly those from Auto Union). The Infinity Prototype 9 is a retro-influenced electric roadster, it is the result of countless hours of careful construction, and features a beautiful body handmade from steel panels wrapped around a steel ladder frame. The lightweight single-seater is powered by an advanced electric powertrain capable of producing 140HP and powerful enough to get the vehicle to 62MPH in 5.5 seconds with a top speed of 105MPH.



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ARVAK BICYCLE

Designer Paul Guerin and wood craftsman Till Breitfuss got together to create Keim, a company that manufactures bikes made from ash wood with unprecedented rigidity and lightness. Their wonderfully streamlined Arvak Bicycle is a true work of art, the minimalist, simple and clean-lined ride, is the result of the designers quest for the "perfect bicycle". Arvak´s lightweight frame is completely hollow, and made from a composite of 24 layers of laminated vacuum bonded ...
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HARLEY SPORTSTER CUSTOM | BY ROUGH CRAFTS

This beauty is by custom bike builders in Taiwan called Roucgh Crafts, they named it Iron Guerilla, it was originaly a 2009 Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 883. The bike takes Harley’s Nightster theme a step further, with a chopped front end, new bars, bodywork and lighting—and a terrific exhaust system that adds to the compact, muscular vibe. Check out their blog for other custom bikes....
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ROGUE PACKRAFT

Rogue Packraft is a portable and lightweight raft that you can quickly inflate or deflate thanks to its D7 valves and compress it to the size of a regular paper towel roll. Its weight is just shy of 5 pounds, which makes it a must have if you’re used to being around water courses with no crossing options such as shallow points or bridges. Don’t think however that because it’s small and portable it’s flimsy or fragile, in fact the Rogue Packraft is quite the opposite...
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