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Bmw R75/6 | By Maria Riding Company

Our latest custom motorbike crush comes from a workshop in Lisbon - Portugal. Maria Riding Company is a brand inspired by the real emotions of the past, perfectly crafted into special rides for the last true essence seekers. They deliver extraordinary and unconventional rides, just like this beautiful BMW R75/6 conversion, they named it "Panzer". It was stripped down to its bare bones and then reassembled as a simple and clean machine. Great color scheme on this, the black and steel paint job is beautifully complemented with the bright red of the frame. Make sure you check out their website for more masterful creations.



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TigerMoth Trailer

TigerMoth is a rugged towable trailer that enables you to take your adventure off the grid for 7+ days. The camper is lightweight and rugged enough for towing by many 4-cylinder vehicles, it weighs just 900 pounds and has an aerodynamic profile to reduce drag and up vehicle efficiency. The incredibly versatile camper has built-in electrical, LED lights, 12V outlets, water, and optional solar panels. A tow vehicle connection recharges battery while hauling. It is als...
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ROAMR JEEP GLADIATOR TOMAHAWK | Image

ROAMR JEEP GLADIATOR TOMAHAWK

Troy and Tony, co-founders of RoamR, build rigs for discriminating customers. The latest creation to roll out of their workshop is this ultra-capable off-road vehicle based on a 1974 Jeep J20 pickup. Dubbed the Tomahawk, the beastly rig was designed as a self-contained exploration machine that could be driven out to the far reaches of the desert and camped in. The guys popped a 401 V8 under the hood, modernized it with new Metalcloak suspension lifting it six inches...
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NEST ROOFTOP TENT

Designer Sebastian Maluska has created a simple rooftop tent for dynamic nomadic people that can be fitted to the roof of any car. The lightweight pop-up tent is inspired by sailing materials, and unlike other car tents that are heavy, very expensive and bulky (which consumes a lot of fuel), the Nest uses as little materials as possible, which creates a more affordable and simpler way to sleep on your car. It is made from two light-weight aluminium frames covered wi...
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