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Rungu Electric Juggernaut

The Rungu Electric Juggernaut is the ultimate adventure bicycle. The beastly fat-tire trike features three huge, soft knobby tires, and is equipped with a torquey 3 phase hub motor that has a 20 mile range and a top speed of 20 miles an hour. It is designed to be the ultimate go-anywhere piece of machinery, and is able to "float" over snow and sand. Rungu also offers several accessories to kit out your Juggernaut, like a matching camo trailer, a comfort kit with a suspension seatpost, as well as lights that run off the main battery supply. 



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SAHN HELMETS

If Apple designer Jonathan Ive designed bicycle helmets they would probably look like these. SAHN is a new helmet manufacturer out of Vancouver, BC. It was founded by designers Matt Kelly and Sen-Huy Tan, they shared a vision to provide better cycling helmet alternatives for the discerning buyer. Their first model is this beautiful classic helmet available in three sizes and in a variety of colors. SAHN online store is coming soon, you can get them now from Amazon. ...
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1987 Porsche 924S Baja Rally Car

Another gem has just landed on auction website Bring a Trailer, a 1987 Porsche 924S rally car that was recently driven by the current owners in the 2019 runnings of the Baja XL rally. Featured on Petrolicious, this impressive conversion is powered by a 2.5L inline-four engine paired with a rear-mounted 5-speed manual transaxle. It is also equipped with a limited-slip differential, a short shift kit, raised suspension, 15" Braid wheels wrapped in 215/75 BFGoodrich KO...
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1965 MANX DUNE BUGGY

The iconic Meyers Manx Dune Buggy was designed initially for desert racing by boat builder and surfer Bruce Meyers back in 1964. It quickly became popular for dominating dune racing in its time, and was eventually also released in a street-oriented model. At the time, as other firms rushed to replicate the design and layout, hundreds of thousands of Manx-style buggies soon flooded the market. In total, only approximately 7,000 original Manx dune buggies were produce...
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