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Travoy Bike Commuter Trailer | By Burley

Today we’re posting the first in a new recurring series of articles called "Flashback". We simply take a look back on some interesting products we have featured here before and consider worth another look. Today’s "Flashback" is the Burley Travoy Bike Trailer. Kicking your car habit is made easier with this trailer, it provides a safe, hassle-free way to haul and carry your gear. The Travoy is an amazingly well-designed product, it hitches to the seatpost of any bike and rides at a 45-degree angle redistributing the load’s weight for easier riding. When you arrive at your destination, easily detach the Travoy and with a twist of the wrist, convert it to a rolling cart to wheel along with you. Perfect for carrying your laptop and a change of clothes to the office.

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Dozer Garage is our latest discovery in custom bike builders. Based in Kiev - Ukraine, they have rolled out some beautiful builds, their latest creation is this stylish Ural 650 bobber. We love the use of copper plating across the bike and the unusual color scheme on this. Make sure you check out their website for more masterful creations. via...
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Mercedes E-Class All Terrain 4x4

Mercedes have introduced the spectacular E-Class All Terrain 4x4, the ultimate off-road luxury wagon. This one-off Mercedes was conceived by Mercedes engineer Jurgen Eberle and borrows some parts from other models, including body cladding, flared fenders and a portal axe setup that has been taken from Mercedes´ off-road cars. The rugged E-Class will get you through any terrain in style, inside it features all the amenities of a modern Mercedes, such as a leather-wra...
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This all-terrain vehicle is called the DTV Shredder, because it´s a dual tracked vehicle, and it shreds any surface you can think of! DTV´s CEO says it´s a "mini tank that rides like a skateboard”, and we do think that´s quite the accurate description for it, it can go up to speeds like 25 mph (40kmh), and that´s fast on a small thing like this! With 6-point articulating suspension, cast aluminum swing arms, variable speed, CVT system and the original two paddle sty...
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