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Pan America 1250 Adventure Motorcycle

Harley Davidson have officially presented their first adventure bike, a huge step in a new direction for America´s longest-running motorcycle company. The mighty Pan America 1250 Adventure Motorcycle introduces a revolution in accessibility and performance with Adaptive Ride Height technology. This industry-first motorcycle suspension system automatically transitions between a riding position when stopped to an optimal ride height when the motorcycle is in motion. The lowered suspension at rest makes the motorcycle easier to mount and dismount, without sacrificing lean angles or ground clearance. The heart of the Pan America is Harley´s new 1,250-cc, liquid-cooled, 60-degree V-twin Revolution Max engine. This makes a whopping 150 horsepower and 94 pound-feet of torque at 9,500 rpm. There is also an aluminum 5.6-gallon fuel tank, electronically controlled linked braking, drag torque-slip control, a tire pressure monitoring system, hill hold control, five ride modes, cruise control, heated grips, phone connectivity, LED lighting, ABS, traction control, moving-map nav display, and cornering-enhanced function through the usual IMU. Harley is asking $17,319 for the base Pan America and $19,999 for the Special. watch the video below

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Airstream trailers are immediately recognizable thanks to their trademark sleek aluminum exterior, now the brand have officially introduced the Nest, their new fiberglass trailer with a  distinct retro styling. The compact 16-foot camper has a full living setup that includes a kitchen with a two-burner cooktop, microwave, refrigerator with an icebox, a sizable stainless steel sink and a 3D-printed laminate galley, a queen size bed, a wet bath, a sliding screen ...
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If Don Draper would have had a Travel Trailer, this would probably have been it. The 1950 Westcraft Capistrano Calypso Trailer is the brilliant result of more than a decade of meticulous restoration, craftsmanship and modernization. Available now for purchase, this awesome restomod vintage trailer has had many new elements added to attain a much higher level of luxury and elegance than the original had. The 33 feet long trailer features a Pullman roof with seven win...
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Nemo Bike-Packing Kit

Adventure gear manufacturers Nemo Equipment have developed a kit dedicated to bike-packers, you can combine the Escape Pod bivy, Moonwalk sleeping bag, and Apollo shelter for the ultimate bikepacking kit. All items are small, lightweight, and packable, a compact setup perfect for carrying on a bike. The Apollo 3P tent ($250) has room for one person, a bike and gear, and is easy to set up, quick to take down, and crunches into the size of a water bottle. The Moonwalk...
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