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Fortune Hanebrink | Electric All-terrain Vehicle

10 years ago an Artic Explorer approached Dan Hanebrink, a champion cyclist, bike inovator and nasa engineer to create an alternative to skis for taking his equipment across the Antartica. The original "ice bike" was created, a vehicle with no plastic parts and with fat low-pressure tyres that crossed all surfaces effortlessly. Electric All-Terrain Vehicle is the evolution of the original with a 600 watt motor that takes you to speeds pf 20mph.



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KATU URBAN BIKE

Katu is a compact urban cruiser designed for densely populated cityscapes. Agile and with a minimal design, it is easier to store and transport than a normal bike, it features 20” wheels (inspired in my BMX race times) that are compact and nimble, perfect for riding in the busy city. The Katu’s load distribution system enables to carry a considerable volume and up to 50 kg between the front and rear baskets. It is also designed so that the weight has practically no ...
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HAMMOCRAFT

Hammocraft is the ultimate party boat, in this case you mix up the cool, chilling factor of the hammock with being on a boat, so you get the idea behind this contraption. With a design that´s been refined for more than 10 years, the guys have really tuned up the concept and now hanging out and chillaxing on a hammock has never been so cool, because you can do it safely on water. The lightweight aluminum frame is designed to sling up to 5 hammocks on in...
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PORSCHE 911 GT2 RS

What about this stuner! the new Porsche 911 GT2 RS is the most powerful Porsche you can buy. It has a 620 hp engine @ 6,500 rpm, reaches the speed of 60 mph in 3.4 s, top track speed of 205 mph, with composite ceramic brakes helped along by 19-inch wheels. Limited to 500 units only. What are you waiting for?...
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