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Timber Mountain Bike Bell

If you ride your bike on crowded trails or busy multi-use paths, using a bell is always a sensible idea. But it can be difficult to activate a bell when riding over technical terrain at speed. Enter the Timber Mountain Bike Bell, based on the iconic cowbell, only updated with a more modern look. The Timber MTB Bell features a simple on/off lever that controls the internal clapper, slide it down for on, up for off, or set it in between for a quieter sound. watch the video below



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Can-Am Maverick X3 Max | Image

Can-Am Maverick X3 Max

The Can-AM Maverick X3 Max is a recent add-on to the off-road market and we’re pretty psyched with this baby. The coolest feature is that you get two extra seats at the rear so you can tag your family along or go off-roading with two extra buddies on board. Quality is at high standard and security too, each seat is bucket style with three point seat belts to keep everyone safe and in place, all of the seats are also adjustable to ensure the upmost possible comfort o...
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MOORMANN CAMPUS BUS

Custom Bus is a German company that specializes in personalizing VW campers, motor homes and mobile offices. The vehicle featured is a custom built VW bus idealized by German designer Nils Holger Moormann, a self-confessed lover of minimalist design and authentic materials. Working alongside Custom Bus, they transformed a Volkswagen T6 bus into a mobile home away from home, together they omitted everything that could possibly be omitted and left the vehicle as incon...
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PORSCHE 597 JAGDWAGEN

We all know what a Porsche should look like, but this is something definitely different. This unique model is called Porsche 597 Jagdwagen (roughly translating as "hunting car”) a 4×4 developed in 1953 as a prototype for the German Army in World War II, as a vehicle comparable to the Jeep, Land Rover, and the Unimog. The car has the same flat-4 1.6-liter engine that sat in the Porsche 356. They manufactured only 71 of these utility vehicles between 1955 and 1958, an...
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