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Bergmonch Folding Backpack Bicycle

When folded, Bergmonch - German for 'Mountain Monk' - looks like a backpack, but in just 2-minutes, it transforms into a fully-functional off-road bicycle. Weighing just 9.5kg, its innovative design features a telescoping frame that can be quickly and easily folded. There's also a storage compartment that can carry up to 26.4-pounds of supplies, and a helmet net encourages riders to bring one along. Despite its compact size, brakes are included as well. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one of a pistol being fired at 73,000fps.

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Conquest Evade

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The Conquest Evade is what happens when luxury SUV meets tank, or at least from the outside. Inside, the 2+2 limousine style seating provides passengers with an ample amount of room, while the high-grade leather and Alcantara help create a luxurious setting. Other features include: laptop trays, three sunroofs, a commercial-grade air ride suspension and 360° roof-mounted, joystick-controlled search lights. It'll set you back $580,000 for the base model. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including what happens when a red hot nickel ball meets an old school Nokia 3310 handset.

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Helicycle Helicopter Motorcycle

Unlike other three-wheeled motorcycles, the Helicycle transforms into a gyrocopter in 10-minutes or less. A 230-hp, four-cylinder engine powers the craft to a maximum of 112 mph in the air or on the road, with a 220-mile (air) / 750-mile (road) range, thanks to a 27-gallon fuel tank. When used as a street-legal vehicle, it goes from 0-60 mph in under 8-seconds, complete with a proprietary tilting system that provides the agility of a motorcycle. When traveling by air, the craft's propeller, rotor, and dual rudders deploy in 10 minutes. The gyrocopter's non-powered overhead rotor spins as a result of the forward motion of the vehicle to provide lift. Best of all, it only requires a 540' runway for takeoffs (just 100' for landings). Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one of the bizarre "microburst" phenomena, in a which a cloud basically turns into a faucet.

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Batman Tumbler Golf Cart

Yes, this is the second Tumbler golf cart to surface online, and similar to its predecessor, the vehicle rolls on six course-friendly tires - the rear four are smaller 28" versions of the originals from the movie vehicle. It's powered by a 6-horsepower electric go-cart motor, good for a top speed of 38mph on the green. The sleek, all-black alloy body comes complete with a rear afterburner and twin aerodynamic wings that fold around the passenger compartment to protect occupants from incoming golf balls. A 4-link rear suspension provides a smooth ride over fairways, rough, and paths, while rear disc brakes provide confident stops. How much? This mini Tumbler will set you back $28,500. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including a tour of Industrial Light & Magic's virtual reality lab.

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Aquatic Thrust Boots

You're looking at the patented diver propulsion system currently used by the U.S. military for combat swimmer applications. Its advanced design requires purchase approval from the U.S. Department of State. The system's twin 6" diameter thrusters mount to the outside of a diver's lower thighs just above the knees, while the power source and throttle setting secures around the waist. With a maximum underwater speed of 3.5-knots, the thrusters' virtually silent brushless electric motors provide powerful operation that relegates diving fins to controlling attitude and direction. This propulsion system provides hands-free operation, which is one of the reasons why the military prefers it for reconnaissance, search and rescue operations, and hull inspections. Its lithium-ion battery provides a range that exceeds two miles; an extra battery may be carried and 'hot swapped' underwater to extend operation. Want one? It'll set you back a cool $31,500. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including what The Legend of Zelda would be like as a Western.

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Wheelman Skateboard

If you're looking for something more exciting than a regular old skateboard, look no further than Wheelman. Boasting a center-mounted engine supported by spokeless wheels, it's powered by a two-stroke 50cc engine that enables riders to hit 25mph, with a 30-mile range. Riders can easily accelerate or decelerate by squeezing of a handle-like controller. Tricks are possible, but may take lots of practice. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one of a completely modular building in Japan.

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Gibbs Quadski XL

First, there was the Quadski, now check out the Quadski XL, which comfortably lets two people hit the trails and water. It's equipped with a more powerful 140 horsepower 1300cc BMW 4-stroke in-line 4 cylinder motor to handle the extra weight. The vehicle has a top speed of 45mph on both land and water, while 4-wheel-disc brakes help the RWD vehicle stop on a dime. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including the full, unreleased 1994 Fantastic Four movie.

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Dillon M134 Gatling Gun


Unlike other models, the Dillon M134D Gatling Gun is a 6-barreled, electrically-driven weapon chambered in 7.62mm NATO. It's capable of unleashing 50-rounds per second, or 3,000 shots per minute. The M134D has system life in excess of 1-million-rounds and an average time between stoppage of 30,000 rounds. If there is a stoppage, the weapon can be serviced and made operational again in less than 60-seconds. Its multi-barrel design means that each one experiences a 500 round per minute rate of fire, which allows for repeated long bursts of fire and a barrel group life of 200,000 rounds. The standard application is as helicopter crew served and fixed forward fire installations, but these systems can also be installed on SUVs as well as controlled remotely. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one asking gamers to recreate a Super Mario Bros. 64 glitch for a chance at winning $1,000 cash.

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Powerski Jetboard

Summer is still around for a little while longer (for some of us), and there's no better time than now to start shredding waves on a Powerski Jetboard. Like the name suggests, this gadget combines a surfboard and jet ski into one, powered by a 35-horsepower 330cc STXT patented engine, good for a top speed of 40mph. Other features include: a performance reinforced drivetrain, watertight heavy duty electrical connectors and anti-vibration rubber suspended exhaust. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one explaining "Why CG Sucks, Except It Doesn't?"

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Surly Moonlander Fat Bike


The rugged Moonlander fat bike is built to handle just about any terrain, thanks to a Surly 4130 CroMoly steel frame finished in a sleek, matte black paint job. Other features include: a new MWOD crank system, Microshift thumbshifters, and...you guessed it, massive 4.7-inch tires wrapped around 100mm rims. Need additional power? Then opt for a 48-Volt BionX electric motor kit, which allows the rider to cruise between 18mph and 20 mph with ease. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including an amazing compressed air-powered LEGO radial engine.

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