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Airboard | By Arbortech

With Airboard, its easy to learn and simple manoeuvres are achieved with just a little practice. By adjusting your balance and changing your weight from one side to the other you can turn from 180º to 360º. It can take you to new heights of extreme fun and you can make it as easy or as difficult to ride as you like.



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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE VENOM | Image

TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE VENOM

To celebrate Konami´s new game "Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain", Triumph have presented a spectacular one-off creation, dubbed "Venom". The military-styled bike is based on the Bonneville T100 ridden by character Snake in Metal Gear Solid V, and was created in-house by the Triumph team. Modifications include custom built wheels fitted with the popular and aggressive go-anywhere Continental TKC80 tyres, a yellowed-out JVB Rumbler headlight, slash cut exhausts, ...
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JON OLSSON ROLLS ROYCE WRAITH | Image

JON OLSSON ROLLS ROYCE WRAITH

Swedish professional freeskier and alpine ski racer Jon Olsson is known for is love of outrageous vehicles for getting to the slopes, previously he was driving an awesome camouflage Lamborghini, and also a powerful Audi R8 Razor GTR. Jon´s new Rolls-Royce Wraith is the sickest you’ll ever see, a 820 horsepower beast named "George”. The supercar was pimped by Dutch workshop Absolute Motors and features all the unusual custom stuff Jon likes, it is covered in a black,...
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CYCLENAV

Schwinn have presented an affordable bike navigation device - the CycleNav. The device is mounted on your bike and links to your smartphone via Bluetooth using the included app, you can then program your route and CycleNav indicates the way by using voice commands and  turn signals, great for paying attention to the road, instead of staring at a phone. In addition, the smart bike navigator app keeps track of statistics including distance traveled, length and ca...
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