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Headless Electric Cruiser

The world is not lacking electric skateboards and places to buy them these days, but there is always room for something different. The Headless Electric Cruiser differentiates itself from other electric skateboards by ditching the classic handheld controller in favor of foot-controlled power. Incredibly, with each push, the compact Cruiser is able to capture the speed and maintain it, letting you have total control over just how fast you go. You simply hop on, kick with one foot to get to speed, stomp on the button to set the speed, and then you just ride. It can maintain speeds of up to 12MPH for 6 miles per charge, but if you decide to combine the electric assist with random kicks, then you’re looking at an extended range and greater speeds. watch the video below



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BMW R69S THOMPSON

The latest beauty to roll out of ER Motorcycles´ workshop is this BMW R69S named "Thompson”, after the infamous gangster gun. The gun was chosen by notorious gangsters because of its compactness, reliability and ergonomics, the same features you´ll find in this BMW R69S. The guys elegantly used warm, natural materials as a counterweight to the metal details, such as a sleek wooden seat cut and shaped from a slab of teak, and stylish saddlebags....
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PDW Cargo Basket

The Portland Design Works Takeout Basket makes a handsome addition to any road or city bike for hauling cargo. Ideal for bike commuters, the front basket easily attaches to the handlebars with the included hardware, and features an eyelet for light brackets and has a spot on the front for a u-lock. Also included is a rugged and good-looking adventure bag that is waterproof and clips securely to the rack´s lightweight alloy tubes. Take a trip to the corner store and ...
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ECD Project Galena

Project Galena is the name of the latest masterpiece to roll out of the East Coast Defender Florida-based workshop. This meticulously-rebuilt Land Rover Defender is outfitted for overlanding duty, and is packed with gear for heading into the wilderness. Based on a 1993 Land Rover Defender 110, the beastly truck is powered by a monstrous 403-horsepower 6.2L Chevrolet L92 engine paired with a six-speed manual transmission, and is packed with plenty of modern-day featu...
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