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Manta5 Hydrofoil Bike

Manta5 is a hydrofoil bike that replicates the cycling experience on water, it is designed to glide across any body of water, including lakes, rivers, and the ocean. The vessel has an aluminum frame, two carbon fiber hydrofoils that provide lift, and a 400-watt motor that augments the riders pedalling power to turn the propeller. The hydrofoil has the ability to perform submerged launches, so if you fall off, the bike can be relaunched from deep water. Its modular design allows quick assembly and transportation. watch the video below



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LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR LP700-4 | Image

LAMBORGHINI AVENTADOR LP700-4

This amazing supercar was first presented to the public at the Geneva show back in febuary, it is now available for purchase, so get your checkbooks out! The Murcielago successor, features a 6500cc V12 engine producing 691hp, accelerating from 0-100km\h in 2.9 sec and achieving a maximum speed of approx. 350km \ h....
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PEUGEOT B1K BICYCLE CONCEPT | Image

PEUGEOT B1K BICYCLE CONCEPT

Peugeotís new design team just released these images of a concept bicycle dubbed the B1K.  Sculpted as a race bike, it features a chainless drivetrain, carbon fiber construction and scant few details on the rest of the design....
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FIREFLY TRAILER

The same guys behind the unique Cricket Trailer our now working on a new trailer called Firefly. With a space habitat module kinda feel, the Firefly Trailer is a camper and a tool box, inside and out. The lightweight, aluminum  habitacle weighs only 600lbs and is easily transported in the bed of a pickup truck or in a small trailer. It features a folding couch and plenty of storage space for all your tools and gear, plus it can be safely elevated from...
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