If you’re an adventurous guy, today’s mini post is going to have you wanting to know more. The Overland Exposition West 2018 ended without a shortage of incredible gear to browse through. Probably one of the most awesome unveils was an “Overkill Adventure Trailer”. The name will prop the ears of even van-lifers and nomads dedicated to their old trusty vans.
According to Ethec, its trump card lies on the battery technology used by its Electric Motorcycle. Temperature management is handled by a complex assembly of fans, pumps, an expansion tank, and thermoelectric elements. Additionally, cooling fins built around the module enhances the heat dissipation.
You can have roots or wings, but you can’t have both, said someone somewhere at some point. It makes perfect sense to combine seeing the world with the ability to live on the road. If you are going to choose wings, then something like the GMC Adventure Van is an amazing option.
So what do an English custom motorcycle shop, a Dutch watchmaker, and a leading European automotive brand have in common? Well, technically quite little to none, but the correct answer, for now, is the Moksha. The Moksha bike started out as a BMW R nineT that was taken apart and retrofitted with alternative aluminum bodywork.
Even without the confirmation that it’s headed to the American soil, we cannot stem our excitement for the 2019 Volkswagen Touareg. Safety features such as traffic jam assist, autonomous emergency braking, driver assist systems, lane-keep assist, and a night vision camera are all included. With rear-wheel steering on board, you can tackle challenging parking situations with ease.
Micro is preparing to reintroduce a modernized version of the bubble car, which saw circulation during the 1950s and 60s. To make it even more practical and convenient, the Microlino can be recharged via a conventional power socket and maxes out within four hours. Reservations are now open and production is slated to beginlater this year.
Road bikes are usually getting most of the attention, but navigating the urban byways on a Gustav from Schindelhauer might be the next best thing. Just like the other models available in the manufacturer’s catalog, it depends on a belt drive (Gates Carbon Drive system) instead of the conventional setup.