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Bike Spikes | By Cesar Van Rongen

Innovative product by Dutch designer Cesar Van Rongen, the bike spikes are the equivalent of snow chains but for bicycles. Riding in snowy conditions and ice is not an easy task, with this in mind Cesar created these bike spikes. They are made of six flexible parts that attach together with a metal wire in order to tighten onto the bike wheel. They can be placed and removed very quickly, and when not in need can be folded into a small compact bag. Watch the video
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PAL-V | PERSONAL AIR AND LAND VEHICLE | Image

PAL-V | PERSONAL AIR AND LAND VEHICLE

PAL-V is the first car that actually converts into a helicopter. Combining the benefits of a car and a helicopter, PAL-V shows us how our future will look like, offering unprecedented freedom, adventure, flexibility and pleasure, all in one vehicle. Fly over traffic jams, land on the other side, and drive in your own vehicle to your final destination...ultimate freedom. How cool is that! First deliveries are expected in 2014. Watch the video source...
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Yamaha MT-10 Tourer Edition

The Yamaha FZ-10 is generally seen as a street fighter, and is known as the MT-10 in Europe. Now Yamaha have introduced a new special edition to enhance the bikes comfort on longer trips. The Yamaha MT-10 Tourer Edition features a range of specially developed touring equipment that includes soft ABS side cases, a high sport screen, knuckle guards, a comfort-specific seat, a variety of different riding positions, cruise control, and optional GPS support via TomTom, t...
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QUANT E-SPORTLIMOUSINE

The spectacular QUANT E-Sportlimousine was first presented at the 2014 Geneva motor show back in March as a concept vehicle, but now the four seater electric sportscar has just been approved for use on public roads. The car was developed by Swiss company nanoFLOWCELL and is powered by a salt water nanoFLOWcell system that drives energy through the carís four electric motors (one per wheel). Powered exclusively by salt water, this beast is packed with a mind-blowing ...
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