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Journey Basecamp Trailer

The awesome Journey Trailer by Freespirit Recreation is a basecamp package built for overland camping excursions, a portable tent and camping package that’s fit for explorers of all skill sets. The compact camp cargo trailer comes with a built-in 9-foot tent providing guests and families alike ample room to move about in and around the camp. You can store all of your soft gear right on top of the tent without sacrificing any of the valuable trailer storage. Additional accessories can be added to fully kit it out, such as an awning, a zamp 4 LED lightbar kit,  a zamp all-in-one power pack, and a FSR GoLight.



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MERCEDES-BENZ GLA | Image

MERCEDES-BENZ GLA

The production version will only be seen in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, but in anticipation of the Shanghai Motor Show next weekend, Mercedes-Benz have given us already a first look at the GLA Concept. The compact crossover vehicle will come equipped with a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine or a diesel counterpart, both with 300hp. It will be available sometime in 2014 with 7-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission. ...
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DTV SHREDDER | ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE | Image

DTV SHREDDER | ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE

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 pad...
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2020 Honda XR650L

Honda is bringing back the legendary Honda XR650L for yet another round to its line of 2020 motorcycles. The reliable workhorse remains completely unchanged going into 2020 and hasn’t seen any real update since its launch in 1993. The bike retains its long-travel suspension, traditional off-road styling, a five-speed gearbox, air-adjustable 43mm fork with 16-position compression damping and a fully adjustable Pro-Link rear suspension.  Equally at home on dirt...
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