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Lo-ruiter Longboard

The Lo-Ruiter Longboard is the latest project by Joey Ruiter, a designer we have featured several times before, with innovative products such as the Growler City Bike, and the Inner City Bike. Lo-Ruiter is a modern twist on the traditional skateboard that creates the illusion of floating. The cutout shapes are a result of the low deck and wheel clearance, the holes allow you to break when you put your foot over them, and the generous size of the top allows for multiple positions, walking front to back, or riding switch. It’s smooth, fast, super easy to carry around and lean against a wall.



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RadMini Electric Folding Fat Bike

Rad Power Bikes have completely redesigned their popular electric fat bike for 2018. The RadMini is a rugged electric fat bike that folds away for easy storage, it comes with heavy duty front (optional) and rear cargo racks and a powerful 750W, 48V power system, capable of hauling a lot of weight and going off-road on packed dirt trails. The RadMini has an estimated 25-45+ mile range, and a top speed of 20mph. It also comes equipped with comfortable but compact 20” ...
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KNOG BIKE LIGHTS

KNOG is a cycling accessories brand from Melbourne, Australia, they are specialists in manufacturing products for urban riding. The KNOG Bike Lights are affordable and easily attachable, they’re a commuter essential, and stand out from the crowd with colorful, fun and stylish designs. Perhaps you’re a rural commuter, an urban rider or a general all-rounder? Whatever the ride, KNOG have got you covered with lights that are built with advanced LED tech tha...
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Porsche 911 LuftAuto

Luftgekuhlt is a brand founded by two-time Le Mans class winner Patrick Long and creative director Howie Idelson to pay tribute to all air-cooled cars in the Porsche world. The brand recently released a special car designed for a special purpose (it was auctioned for $275,000 at the Autumn Leaves Project, a charity dedicated to pancreatic cancer research). Named LuftAuto, the rally-style 911 from 1985 was designed in form and function to be both a daily driver as we...
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