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Tailfin AeroPack

Tailfin AeroPack is the fastest way to carry gear on your bike, a waterproof roll-top seat bag mounted to a minimal rack tucked behind the rider. This creates minimal drag, and wonīt sway back and forth as the rider pedals. The streamlined solution fits virtually any road, gravel, or mountain bike, and features an integrated, all-in-one, bag and rack design, permanently integrated in order to reduce weight. The AeroPack is more aerodynamic than panniers and much more stable and easy to use than you traditional seatpack. watch the video below



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MOTO URBAN PEDAL | Image

MOTO URBAN PEDAL

MOTO Bicycles from Berlin, Germany has created the award winning MOTO Pedal. The pedals feature an innovative design that is a complete game changer for city cyclists. A team of designers and engineers developed a bike pedal that gives you maximum comfort, safety and optimum power transmission. With an attractive, light weight, slimline design, the MOTO Pedal features a strong grip tape ensuring excellent adhesion and preventing painful slips even with smooth leathe...
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MAGNUM MARINE 80 SPEEDBOAT | BY PININFARINA | Image

MAGNUM MARINE 80 SPEEDBOAT | BY PININFARINA

Produced by American boat yard Magnum, Marine 80 stands out for itīs aggressive styling - the work of Italian studio Pininfarina, designers of a number of Ferrari cars. It has two engines totaling an amazing 5200 hp - the equivalent of six F1 cars! - enabling you to navigate at speeds of more than 60mp/h. The 80-ft speedboat can accommodate up to eight people, it features four double staterooms with king size beds....
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RALLY FIGHTER

This is how a manīs toy should look like. The Rally Fighter was initially a design concept by Sangho Kim is a 2010 graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadenaposted in to the Local Motors Community site for review and critique, but when the feedback was so positive,many demanded the car be built. So here you have it, a beast with a V8 430hp engine, with rear wheel drive, automatic transmission and 7-inch aluminum alloy wheels....
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