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Lunicycle

Unicycle´s are great fun, but learning to ride one is hard, until now that is. The Lunicycle is also pedal-powered, but with a low center of gravity, close to the ground, making it much easier to ride, and much safer, because the pedals are set lower making it simple to step on and off. The specially-designed leg supports add stability and decrease your learning time; as you lean against the supports, your body balances naturally. A fun, challenging, eco-conscious workout for just about anyone.

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SHOCKSTOP SEATPOST

Philadelphia based RedShift Sports has released the ShockStop Seatpost, an adjustable-stiffness suspension seatpost that smooths out your bicycle ride. Simply replace the existing rigid seatpost on your bike with the ShockStop for an adjustable-stiffness suspension seatpost which will effortlessly smooth out your ride. The innovative device lets you ride faster and more efficiently by keeping you stable and allowing the bike to absorb rough terrain. watch the video ...
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Classified Moto Honda CT70 Scrambler

There are a few custom builders that push the boundaries, but none have impressed us more than Classified Moto with their heavily customized motorbikes. The latest build to roll out of their workshop is this Honda CT70 Scrambler from 1991, a custom minibike named "Junior". The bike was stripped to its essentials and specially customised for driving on the rear wheel. Over the years, John Ryland and his team have redesigned many motorcycles and created a whole catalo...
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TRACK N GO | WHEEL DRIVEN TRACK SYSTEM | Image

TRACK N GO | WHEEL DRIVEN TRACK SYSTEM

With the "Track N Go" system you can now easily transform your beloved vehicle into a "tank”! The innovative design allows you to easily slip-on the track system without any modifications to your vehicle, simply drive onto the treads, lock them in place, and you´re ready to fearlessly barrel through snow. Track N Go can also function on bare road, but at $25,000, they don´t come cheap, still, less expensive than buying a tank though. Watch the video and check out th...
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