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Gocycle

The Gocycle combines style and a cheap price with the possibility of working with the pedals or an non pollutent engine. Designed by Richard Thorpe, founder of Karbon Kinetics Limited, this cycle still has (among many other things) 3 speeds and can be stored in a 65x54x26cm box. Gocycle is definitely the bike of the 21st century and will be available in white.



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PEDERSEN JAPAN | BY VANGUARD | Image

PEDERSEN JAPAN | BY VANGUARD

The Pedersen bicycle may be the most unique bicycle ever produced, it was developed by Danish inventor Mikael Pedersen. It features an unusual crossed frame and a distinctive hammock-style seat."Pedersen Japan" by Vanguard Designs has been re-created in a smaller version of the original, with a more manageable size in terms of road handling and ride quality. "Pedersen Japan" offers a unique driving experience. The upright position is very comfortable and the hammock...
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ORU KAYAK | ORIGAMI FOLDING BOAT | Image

ORU KAYAK | ORIGAMI FOLDING BOAT

We have seen the ancient Japanese art of origami applied to sheets of paper for creating birds, plants and other shapes, but we never thought wed see it applied to a real size kayak! The Oru Kayak by designer Anton Willis is a compact and lightweight(25 lbs) boat which folds like an origami and fits into a small suitcase. It is quick to assemble(only 5 min) and is fast, stable and handles incredibly well. The ambitious project is on kickstarter, and judging by the ...
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PAUL BUDNITZ BICYCLES

Founder of Kidrobot (brand of clothing and accessories) Paul Budnitz has launched his own bicycle brand, named Paul Budnitz Bicycles. With a retro style, titanium frames, disc brakes and other top components, the two models available, N1 (Cruiser) and N2 (Mountain Bike) weigh only 3.3 lbs (without parts). The bikes feature gates carbon belts instead of gears and chains. via Coolhunting ...
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