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Canyon Commuter Bike

The Canyon Commuter 8.0 is the ultimate commuting bike, packed full of features and with a beautiful minimalist design. The sleek bicycle is ready for everything the city streets can throw at you, day or night, whatever the weather, it features a belt drive (no oil to apply and durability that goes on forever), a Shimano drivetrain, LED front and rear lights integrated into the frame, and innovative IXOW theft protection so your wheels and seatpost stay where they belong.



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YAMAHA SCORPIO | BY THRIVE MOTORCYCLE | Image

YAMAHA SCORPIO | BY THRIVE MOTORCYCLE

After working their magic on the stunning Yamaha XS650, Thrive Motorcycles are back again with an impressive and creative build, based on a 1984 Yamaha Scorpio. The unusual body is the result of a rough sketch drawn at the briefing with the client, it is made from aluminum to achieve the grey industrial look but to also save precious weight. The eccentric ride was also fitted with Kenda trial tyres, a custom clutch and brake lever, a custom dashboard with indicators...
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TACOMA HABITAT SHELL

AT Overland Equipment have unveiled the all new Tacoma Habitat truck topper, a lightweight aluminum shell with robust gas springs that allow it to easily open revealing a full stand up room in the bed of the truck. With room for two adults, the shell also features a 15 foot long durable poly/cotton canvas tent (made exclusively for AT by Nemo Equipment), a built in mattress, 4 side pockets in the tent, a clothing gear loft, and numerous optional upgrades. The cantil...
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1948 FORD SUPER DELUXE STATION WAGON | Image

1948 FORD SUPER DELUXE STATION WAGON

Before the SUV craze, there was the station wagon, and as far back as 1937, Fordís station wagons were being converted to AWD by Marmon-Herrington. There, at their workshop, the 239 cu. in. flathead V-8 was retained while mated to a Ford truck four-speed manual transmission and a modified rear axle/differential. They also reinforced the chassis, and installed the full-time all-wheel-drive hardware. The cars shipped back to Ford dealers, but at twice the cost of the ...
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