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Moby1 Xtr Expedition Trailer

The XTR by Moby1 is the ultimate adventure trailer. Each trailer is hand crafted and made  with the highest quality components available and offers sleep quarters for 3. If you need to spread out, you can get a roof-top tent to sleep 4 more. The XTR has an extensive array of options, including heating and air conditioning, generator, and solar panels, outdoor shower, and much more to support and sustain life and comfort on your remote back country expeditions. Simply hook it up to your vehicle, head out into the wilderness and never look back.



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VINTAGE ELECTRIC SCRAMBLER | Image

VINTAGE ELECTRIC SCRAMBLER

In the ever-evolving market of e-bikes it seems difficult to stand out, not for Vintage Electric though, the California-based manufacturer is fusing the look of vintage bicycles with todays modern technology. As electric bikes go, the Vintage Electric Scrambler is undoubtedly the coolest around, and although pricey, its distinctive style promises to turn heads wherever itīs ridden. The heart of the bike is a 702 watt-hour lithium battery housed in a tough casing, gi...
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MCLAREN 675LT

This is it! McLarens latest baby, the impressive 675LT will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show on 3 March 2015. The stunning coupe is powered by an insane 3.8-liter V8 engine that delivers 666 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque, enabling it to sprint from 0-62mph (0-100kph) in just 2.9 seconds, and hit a top speed of 205mph (330kph). The road legal beast will be available in the famous heritage McLaren Orange, plus four new bespoke exterior colors. F...
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ONEWHEEL

The hoverboard is here! (well not quite), meet Onewheel, a self-balancing one-wheeled electric skateboard. It is basically a skateboard without the wheels and with a big fat wheel in the center, all the electric stuff is neatly hidden inside the aluminum chassis of the board. The board is easy to ride, simply lean forward to drive forward, back to stop and press your heels or toes to turn. When fully charged, the Onewheel has a 6 mile range and can hit speeds of 12 ...
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