At the recently concluded CES 2020, Segway-Ninebot brought to the show with the recently revealed Ninebot eScooter and eMoped, Segway SSV-Villain ATV and Dirt eBike. It was exciting and all, but nothing beats the rather controversial, much talked about Segway-Ninebot S-Pod Personal Transporter.
Life-size LEGO models are a dime a dozen. But not very often you see one that is actually drivable and looks kinda cute at the same time. Other than the drivable life-size LEGO Bugatti Chiron of recent time, this tiny low-rider is the other drivable LEGO creation created by LEGO especially for LA Auto Show.
Oh, so you think powering down a snow slope by the power of gravity not even the slightest thrill? Well, then you should start seeking out ski resorts that has the Bobsla Electric Powered Track Snow Sled.
What do you do when your kid outgrown a kiddie ride like, say, a Kid Trax Land Rover Defender? Or perhaps, you just want the Kid Trax Land Rover Defender for yourself, but its way under powered? Well, you can do what Hessick Moto did: pack it with a 525cc KTM dirt bike motor.
Considering the growing number of countries are banning e-scooter, the future of this form of personal mobility is questionable. It can’t go on the roads and a ban on footpath means limiting its use and thus limits the demand. As such, we are not sure if going “luxury” with an e-scooter is the best of […]
Surfboard that lets you surf without the need of huge waves or any wave at all is not new, but how about a contraption that turns your favorite surfboard into a powered surfboard? Well, that’s something unheard of, until now.
Usually we don’t do an update to a two-parter build video, but man, this replica of the Star Wars X34 Landspeeder looks so good, it will be crime not to remind you that it is finally completed. Also, it is now jet powered. Hell, yeah!
Looking for the tiniest ebike that could fit into your space-starved apartment? Well, H1 ebike from Xiaomi’s sub-brand HIMO might just be the answer. Apparently, HIMO H1 folds into a size that is no larger than an A3 paper.
Colin Furze. The man who made things, AKA the British mad inventor, has once again teamed up with eBay to create their third Star Wars project in anticipation of theatrical release of Star Wars: Rise of the Skywalker.
I guarantee this will be the craziest thing you will see all day. What you see here is Thor 24, a big rig truck with impossible levels of customization/modifications. It looks like Optimus Prime on acid. Shit lot of acid.