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Billy Electric BMX

Equipped with a 500-watt motor, the Billy proclaims to be a blend between a BMX and motocross bike. The compact urban bike features a 13.6-Ah Samsung lithium-ion battery located inside the top tube of the 6061 aluminum frame, powering a 500W Bafang rear hub motor, and providing a top speed of 20mph. The foldable e-bike also features a range of approximately 41 miles (66 km) per charge, 20-inch wheels, four-inch fat tires, a carbon belt drive, mechanical disc brakes, a 5-volt USB charging port, and a motorcycle-inspired twist throttle. watch the video below



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BUSHCAMP OFFROAD TRAILER

If you spend much of your time outside, in nature, you should consider an off-road trailer. The Bushcamp Offroad Camper is a tough trailer designed and developed to reach the most remote and off the grid spots while ensuring a very reasonable shelter, gear storage and comfort. It offers a very comfortable and secure place to sleep, and is compact and can be towed easily by most cars. It keeps you off the ground in an insulated, safe, and cozy space. There is also a ...
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VALHALLA 4x4 CAMPER

Portland-based Outside Van specialize in converting the Mercedes Sprinter into a drool-worthy, tricked-out camper van with loads of interior space, and dedicated to hauling sports gear into and out of the wild. Their latest custom-made all-in-one camper van is the spectacular "Valhalla", a kitted out 4WD overlanding vehicle designed for serious gear heads. Based upon the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van, the cross-country adventure vehicle features LED light bars, gnarly ...
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HONDA E

After a number of sneak peeks in the past and a near-production prototype demonstration named EV, the new Honda E is now available for pre-order. The adorably retro urban electric car is available in two power options: 134 hp or 151 hp and both will produce 232 lb-ft of torque. That’s good for 0-62mph in eight seconds. The Honda E will go roughly 136 miles on a single charge thanks to a 33.5 kilowatt-hour battery that feeds a single electric motor. As for charging...
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