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Fiiz Folding Urban Bike

Handmade in Germany by Kruschhausen Cycles, Fiiz is a cool reinterpretation of the folding bike. The award-wining urban bike collapses within only 20 seconds, with both halves staying connected the whole time, which makes transport a lot easier. The handlebars and pedals can also be folded so that you can easily take it in the bus, train or trunk. It is a fusion of stylish Urbanbike and practical folding bike, made for everyday urban life. The result is a minimalist diamond frame bike with the highest design standards, that can ride properly, fold easily and look damn good. watch the video below



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Earthroamer XV-LTS

Earthroamer are global leaders in Xpedition Vehicles, their spectacular campers are in a class of their own and combine off-road and off-grid capabilities with with modern, home-like interiors. Their latest model is the mammoth EarthRoamer XV-LTS, built on a four-wheel drive, turbo diesel, Ford F-550 chassis. The beastly camper boasts a hefty V8 Turbodiesel engine that pairs with a 4-wheel drive system to take you anywhere you want, and live totally independent of e...
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Porsche Safari RS

An off-road Porsche! We love this, partially because its just cool looking and partially because it drives automotive purists up the wall. This spectacular 1986 Porsche 911 was transformed into an off-roading beast by famed Wisconsin racecar builder Kelly-Moss. The unique build started as an old, beat up, raced, and used up 911, it was fitted with knobby tires, a brush guard and a winch, a roof rack, front push bumper, big lights, a gorgeous carbon-fiber dash board,...
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DV01 | BY DAVID QVICK

Our latest cycle crush is the super stylish DV01, the bike was designed by Swedish designer David Qvick. The contemporary bike is aimed at people who consider a bike to be a convenient means of transportation but also value high aesthetical design. The result is a design perfectly balanced, form and function interact in a successful symbiosis. We love the wooden details David applied on both the handlebar and the rear carry tray. Photos: John Wennerberg...
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