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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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SCROOSER ELECTRIC SCOOTER | Image

SCROOSER ELECTRIC SCOOTER

Today we bring you two new and innovative products from Kickstarter. The "Scrooser" visually looks like something between a scooter, a Harley Davidson and a Batman vehicle. The eco-friendly mobility solution will run on one battery charge for 25 days! It features a sleek minimal design and weighs only 61 pounds thanks to it´s aluminum body, and is packed with a silent 1000w engine inside the rear wheel allowing you to cruise at speeds of up to 15 mph. It does not re...
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DYNA GUERILLA | BY ROUGH CRAFTS | Image

DYNA GUERILLA | BY ROUGH CRAFTS

Taiwan based Rough Crafts have unveiled their latest build, the spectacular "Dyna Guerilla", a stripped-down 2009 Fat Bob. Winston Yeh, the talent behind Rough Crafts, is a specialist in building custom Harleys, he first went viral with the desirable "Iron Guerilla", and now after a customer commission, he has applied the same "Rough Crafts Style" to this Dyna version. Also check out these other spectacular custom Harley´s by Rough Crafts: The Bomb Runner | The...
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HONDA CB125 CUSTOM | BY HAJARBROXX MOTORCYCLES | Image

HONDA CB125 CUSTOM | BY HAJARBROXX MOTORCYCLES

This cool little bike was custom built by indonisian Hajarbroxx Motorcycles. Most of the motorbikes available there are under 250cc, so Hajarbroxx specializes in small-engined motorcycles. This bike named KillHill is a customized 1970s CB125, built for a client who wanted an ‘Army Green hill climber’. Classic and vintage bikes are their references, with a little post-apocalyptic twist in the details. Via bikeexif ...
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