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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. Itís smooth, fast, super easy to carry around and lean against a wall.



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Impuls BMW K101 | Image

Impuls BMW K101

The Impuls BMW K101 is a true work of rolling art. Based on a BMW K100 from 1985, the spectacular K101 is handbuilt in Munich by Impuls, in collaboration with the artist Fabian Gatermann, who scanned the motorcycle in 3D, modified the structure, then created a series of polygons for the gas tank and seat which were then manually redrawn onto the bike. The end result is an impressive mix of 3D modeling that flows wickedly with a bike that has its roots in the past ye...
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NIU M1 ELECTRIC SCOOTER | Image

NIU M1 ELECTRIC SCOOTER

Chinese startup Niu have recently introduced its second generation electric scooter, the M1. The award wining design is a cool and fresh looking electric scooter designed for urban users. It features an all-in-one body structure and omnidirectional headlight and tail light systems for safety. It has also upgraded to a brand new smart control system, incorporates GPS and AGPS real time positioning technology, and an app that lets you check information about the bike ...
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1945 Dodge WC58 Radio Car

Here is your chance to bring a little piece of history into your garage, this beautiful and unique ride is immaculate, and was designed and built by Dodge for the U.S. military. This eye-catching 1945 Dodge WC-58 Radio Car still boasts its original motor, pushing 92 horsepower and 180 foot-pounds of torque, and is outfitted with several details that set it apart. It is equipped with a Signal Corps Radio set in front of the rear seat, and is still wearing its militar...
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