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Triumph Speed Twin | By Rod And Tod Design

Triumph Speed Twin is a motorcycle created by Northumbria University students, Roy Norton and Thomas Kashe. Inspired by the Manx Norton their final major project was to design a classic themed bike, aimed at a youth market. Designed to appeal to a new generation of motorcyclists looking for a new interpretation on the classic, vintage cafe racer. The bike is stripped back, lowered and lengthened. There is a mix of Triumph heritage with modern design principles.



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VW California XXL Camper

Based on the Crafter commercial van, the VW California XXL is a larger, smarter version of the popular California camper. This luxurious apartment on wheels packs sleeping space for the family, a fully-outfitted interior that includes a space-enhancing slide-out wet bath, a built in stove, cooler, bath and an upper heated and cooled sleeping compartment with a panoramic glass roof. There is also a digital projection system, a full stargazer panoramic roof, and a ele...
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Mercedes E-Class All Terrain 4x4

Mercedes have introduced the spectacular E-Class All Terrain 4x4, the ultimate off-road luxury wagon. This one-off Mercedes was conceived by Mercedes engineer Jurgen Eberle and borrows some parts from other models, including body cladding, flared fenders and a portal axe setup that has been taken from Mercedes´ off-road cars. The rugged E-Class will get you through any terrain in style, inside it features all the amenities of a modern Mercedes, such as a leather-wra...
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6 PACK HOLDER FOR YOUR BIKE

Originally designed for bike polo mallet holders, the creators (WalnutStudiolo) soon found out that this useful accessory can hold all kinds of things to your bike - why not a six pack? With an adjustable strap, this secures just about anything and holds variably sized items....
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