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Vespa Segway

Spanish design house Bel & Bel have given a cool-upgrade to the uncool segway, they have combined two of the most distinctive vehicles on the roads and created the Vespa Segway. Named Zero Scooter, the creative vehicle is actually made with real parts from the iconic Vespa and can travel up to 21 miles on one charge at speeds of up to 12 mph. The quirky scooter is made to order and and can be customized by color and finish. If you´re gonna ride a segway, you might as well do it in style...

Also by Bel & Bel, check out the Vespa Seat




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Land Rover Series 2A

The guys over at Cool & Vintage have listed another one of a kind vehicle, a chance to own this stunning, fully restored vintage land rover. The beautiful 1971 Land Rover Series 2A is in pristine condition and was fully restored a few years ago to the highest standard and it looks amazing. Finished in Orange, this pure utility vehicle features Wolf wheels and Mud BF Goodrich tires, a black mohair canvas hood and black vinyl Deluxe front seats. It also has a few ...
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IFLASH ONE | MAGNETIC BIKE LIGHTS

iFlash One is a minimal bike light by design studio Kibisi. The lights are attached to magnetic bases that are permanently fixed to your bike, this allows the user to easily remove the lights to avoid theft. The lights can then be connected to each other turning into one compact object for easy storage....
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EarthRoamer LTi

EarthRoamer are global leaders in Expedition Vehicles, their spectacular campers are in a class of their own and combine off-road and off-grid capabilities with modern, home-like interiors. Their latest model is a mammoth expedition vehicle with a carbon fiber body. The impressive EarthRoamer LTi has a robust body that is produced by bonding two carbon fiber skins to a structural foam core with a vacuum-infusion process. The result is a stronger, stif...
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