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The towels bike - India

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Georg's "H-H"

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Dusters 38" Channel Longboard - Blue/White sleek, classic look.

Dusters 38" Channel Longboard - Blue/White

Ralph Crane: Front shot of two men riding in the three wheeled German made Messerschmidt. 1954

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1948 Buick Streamliner

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Google shows off its first complete self-driving car: The company takes the wraps off a finished prototype as it forges ahead with plans to bring driverless cars to market.

Google shows off its first complete self-driving car - CNET


2 wheels to hell - Concorde

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SCOOT electric scooter

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This $10,000 Car Runs On Air

This $10,000 Car Runs On Air

Badass motorcycle chariots - celebration of New South Wales police in Australia in 1936.

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johammer J1 is the first e-motorcycle to reach 200km range

johammer J1 is the first e-motorcycle to reach 200km range

You’ve never seen a hot tub like this before – the HotTug is a a wood fired hot tub that also doubles as a motorized boat. You and six friends can take a leisurely cruise down the river while lounging in the 100 degree tub, or drop the anchor and float the day away with a few drinks.

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Folding Bike

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A woman rides an unicycle at a park in Shanghai February 28, 2004. The unicycle was designed several years ago by Chinese inventor Li Yongli who called it

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Manned Cloud by Jean-Marie Massaud - Dezeen

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By integrating the unique properties of monorail and recumbent cycle technologies, Shweeb delivers a personal, efficient, and cost-effective transport solution with applications for urban commuting, recreational and fitness markets.


yama-Bato: Rainbow (William Starling Burgess, 1934 - φωτογραφία: Morris Rosenfeld, 1937)

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The Dynasphere was a monowheel electric vehicle invented in 1932 by Dr. J. A. Purves from Taunton, Somerset, UK. It had 2.5 horse power and once attained a speed of 25 mph. - retronaut Resources and Information.


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lamp lighter - every lamp, every night!

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Cars that should have been: Futuristic 60s concept cars

Remarkably Retro, spaceagebohemia: Cars that should have been:...