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Shockstop Seatpost

Philadelphia based RedShift Sports has released the ShockStop Seatpost, an adjustable-stiffness suspension seatpost that smooths out your bicycle ride. Simply replace the existing rigid seatpost on your bike with the ShockStop for an adjustable-stiffness suspension seatpost which will effortlessly smooth out your ride. The innovative device lets you ride faster and more efficiently by keeping you stable and allowing the bike to absorb rough terrain. watch the video below



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Segway miniPRO

The world´s most popular self-balancing personal transport now has a little brother, the Segway miniPRO! It is a smaller, lighter (weighs 28 pounds) and less expensive version than the original, it features a unique knee bar for controlling direction, a range of up to 14 miles, and a top speed of 11 miles per hour. It also features automatic headlights and taillights, and comes with an app that allows you to operate the device remotely, view dashboard performance da...
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1978 LAND CRUISER FJ40

Our friends from FJ Company, specialize in performing full, frame-off restorations of the classic Japanese Toyota FJ series. Their latest masterpiece is this beautiful 1978 Land Cruiser FJ40, a build they consider to be their best work to date. The guys performed their trademark frame off nut and bolt restoration, replaced the door panels, windows, dash pads, and headliner, and re-upholstered the seats. They also rebuilt the 4.2-liter six-cylinder engine, four-speed...
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ICON E-FLYER ELECTRIC BIKE

Icon is a Californian builder known for their custom jeeps and trucks. Recentlly the brand has expanded its focus, and this week has presented a very cool electric bike. The ICON E-Flyer is inspired by the board racers of the World War I era, each is handmade and is equipped with a 3,500 watt Brushless DC Hub-Motor giving it a top speed of 35mph, and a 52v Li-NMC battery pack, good for up to 35 miles of sustained propulsion on a single charge. Limi...
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