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Custom Built Club Black #02 Motorcycle | By Wrenchmonkees

This is a custom built bike by Wrenchmonkees they are a Copenhagen based custom bike shop, their work has have been featured in various publications, museums, and exhibits. The bike featured here is named Club Black #02, itīs a custom built Harley Davidson Sportster. Check out their website for other amazing looking bikes.



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BOOSTED BOARD

After a very successful Kickstarter campaign, the lightweight electric skateboard named Boosted Board, is now available for purchase. Described by the creators as "The Worlds Lightest Electric Vehicle”, Boosted Board is the perfect combination of portability and power. The board is powered by 2000 watts (2.6 horsepower) and weighs a mere 15 lbs, it has a 6 mile range and can travel at speeds up to 20mph, it takes only 90 mins to fully charge! All is controlled via a...
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CONNOR WOOD BICYCLES

Connor Wood Bicycles from Denver Colorado, are specialists in creating rideable works of art, they hand sculpt, individually crafted, beautiful wood bicycles, using sustainable American hardwoods. The bikes really standout from the crowd, they are hand-sculpted in ash and walnut woods, and are protected with with durable marine spar varnish. The distinct bikes are unbelievably smooth to ride and are available in three styles, Woody cruiser, Woody Scorcher, and Woody...
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LIMITED EDITION AQUARIVA BOAT BY MARC NEWSON | Image

LIMITED EDITION AQUARIVA BOAT BY MARC NEWSON

Australian designer Marc Newson has partnered with Riva and their official designers, Officina Italiana Design, to reinterpret the "Aquariva" speedboat. "Aquariva by Marc Newson" will be launched as a limited edition of 22 units in September 2010, available worldwide through Gagosian Gallery....
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