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Quadski | By Gibbs Technologies

Gibbs Sports unveiled a prototype of the first commercially viable high-speed personal sports amphibian - Quadski. It is capable of travelling up to 50 mph (72 kph) on land and water and makes the transition at the flick of a switch. Just imagine the fun of driving a Quadski on land one minute and then head straight into the sea or river the next.



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FERRARI LAFERRARI

Ferrari have unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show the successor to the Ferrari Enzo, the weirdly named Ferrari LaFerrari. The hybrid super car features a 800hp, 6.3L V12 engine supplemented by a 160-hp electric motor. With a top speed of 205 mph this beast can reach 62 miles per hour in under three seconds. Only 499 of these are being produced and all of them have been sold already! watch the video via...
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TIMBERLEAF CAMPING TRAILER

The Timberleaf Camping Trailer is a great way to explore everything the backcountry has to offer, it can easily be towed by any passenger vehicle and is perfect for campers looking to slim down their summer payload. It weighs in at under 1,200 pounds yet still offers everything you need for a short stay in the wilderness, cozy sleeping quarters with a queen mattress, plenty of storage, and a massive skylight that allows you to literally sleep under the stars. There ...
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TOPEAK IGLOWCAGEB

One of the biggest challenges to cyclists is staying visible to cars, the new iGlowCageB by Topeak will surely grab the attention of everybody around you. Winner of the prestigious Red Dot Award, the ingenious water bottle features an integrated super bright RBG LED that illuminates it for 360 degrees of visibility, increasing night safety by alerting motorists or other cyclists of your presence. You can choose from constant on and blinking of the light, and a varie...
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