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Kiffy Folding Tricycle

The Kiffy Urban Tricycle is a collaboration by French designer Patrick Jouffret of design studio agency 360, and Norbert Peytour of NPinnovation. The innovative folding tricycle can be separated with ease into two completely independent sections, and the front section can be used to easily transport shopping or any other cargo. A wide range of solutions are available for customising your KIFFY, such as the color of the front plate, the frame, and various accessories. watch the video



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Ford Explorer ST

It has been almost 30 years since Ford introduced the Explorer SUV. The sixth generation of the 2020 Ford Explorer arrives this summer, with the highlight being a high-performance ST variant. Equipped with a 400-hp twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine matted to a 10-speed automatic transmission, the Explorer ST is able to scoot itself to a top speed of 143 mph. It will be equipped with four-wheel-drive standard with traction control modes, 21-inch aluminum wh...
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WRECKLESS KAWASAKI W650

Located in the UK, the fuel that drives this custom motorcycle shop is the passion for creating unique and spectacular machines. Although the Wreckless Motorcycles workshop has a special interest in Ducatis from the 60s and 70s, this beauty featured here is a stunning build based on a Kawasaki W650 from 1999. Their idea was to create a bike that looked vintage but at the same time was easy and modern to handle. The end result is a powerful and easy to ride motorcycl...
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CYCLENAV

Schwinn have presented an affordable bike navigation device - the CycleNav. The device is mounted on your bike and links to your smartphone via Bluetooth using the included app, you can then program your route and CycleNav indicates the way by using voice commands and  turn signals, great for paying attention to the road, instead of staring at a phone. In addition, the smart bike navigator app keeps track of statistics including distance traveled, length and ca...
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