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BMW R100GS Glober

ER Motorcycles owned by Blaz Sustarsic of Slovenia has rolled out another impressive conversion of a 1989 BMW R100GS Paris Dakar which he named "Glober”, commissioned by a photographer for long distance tours. Designed with adventure, earthiness and minimalism in mind, the bike was stripped down to its bare bones, fitted with a host of bag racks, supports and carriers so that the owner could carry all that he needed on his next South American adventure. The custom touches and attention to detail is simply first class. Seems like these guys can´t get it wrong, we shall wait anxiously for their next build.

source: Pipeburn




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SUMMIT TEARDROP CAMPER | Image

SUMMIT TEARDROP CAMPER

The Summit Camper is a tough trailer designed and developed to reach the most remote and off the grid spots while ensuring a very reasonable shelter, gear storage and comfort. Although rugged, it’s still light enough to be pulled by any regular truck, with a weight of 1800 lbs, but strong and roomy enough to withstand harsh conditions and provide room for 4 adults to sleep in. The main cabin features bunk beds that convert into a sofa while providing enough space fo...
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TERRAFUGIA TF-X FLYING CAR | Image

TERRAFUGIA TF-X FLYING CAR

Flying-car developer Terrafugia have presented the science fiction-esque TF-X, the practical realization of the dream of countless visions of the future. The spectacular flying plug-in hybrid will be able to take off and land vertically, carry four people in car-like comfort, cruise at speeds of up to 200 mph, and have a non-stop flight range of at least 500 miles. Terrafugia predicts it will take the average driver about five hours to learn how to fly a TF-X, you´l...
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LIMITED EDITION STRIDA MK2 FOLDING BIKE | Image

LIMITED EDITION STRIDA MK2 FOLDING BIKE

The MK2 is based on Mark Sanders original single speed drum brake design for Strida. The strida bike handlebars are mounted horizontally so the rider can sit comfortably upright with an excellent view of the road. The genius of the triangular frame is that it can quickly fold. In five seconds, you have a light, compact form that you can easily wheel, stow in a closet, load in your car or take on the train. Limited to only 20....
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