Combine an electric tank together with a sled, and you get Yvon Martel's MTT-136 ("My Track Technology"). This 280-pound machine boasts an electric motor as well as a battery pack that's surrounded by an aluminum housing and wrapped in a tractor-esque rubber track. Attached to the rear is a handlebar that enables riders to maneuver it like you would a lawnmower. It's not just limited to snow, but capable of traversing dry land as well. Practical uses include pulling logs, cutting through knee-deep snow and even pushing cars. The MTT has a 130-mile range, while a fold flat handle allows the vehicle to fit in the back of a truck or minivan. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including a "ghost in taxi prank" from Japan.
Imagine the Star Wars Millennium Falcon as a massive $3-million "Land Yacht", or in other words, the world's largest RV, and you get the "Element Palazzo". In addition to an automatic lift-able flybridge lounge that rises directly out of the roof, guests will also be able to enjoy a plush seating area that transforms into a bar at the push of a button. If you hate remote controls or tons of buttons, there's a programmed central control for one-stop settings updates, remote video access for security, along with an automatic gangway. Who would buy such a thing? The manufacturers aim to sell most to the oil sheikhs. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one on "How to Dominate Black Friday" as well as a real-life Super Mario Bros. scene.
Imagine a wheel that comes equipped with its own motor and battery, one that replaces your bike's original and transforms it into an electric-powered transportation vehicle. Introducing the GeoOrbital, a $699 device that takes only 5-minutes to install, and is good for a 50-mile range with pedal assist, thanks to a 350-watt electric motor + 10 amp-hour lithium-ion battery. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a crazy homemade knife-wielding tentacle machine.
The RipChair 2.0, designed by military engineers and brothers Howe & Howe, is built upon their patented Ripsaw tracked platform. Available in wheelchair or extended seat options, it combines power, ruggedness, durability, and maneuverability into a sturdy, easy-to-control platform. The user simply backs into the Ripchair, locks into place, and they're ready to roll. Under the hood, it sports a 27-horsepower gasoline engine, and controlled by a hydrostatic drive with electric controls. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the first image in today's viral picture gallery.
Traversing across snow and river is tough enough, but imagine having to use a rickety bridge to along the way. Meet the Kuandinsky Bridge, in Russia's Trans-Baikal Region. Spanning 570 meters over the Vitim River, this treacherous crossing is just over two meters wide and has absolutely no railing or other safety features to keep cars or people from falling into the frozen waters. Its decaying metallic structure has not been well maintained, but rather simply covered with old wooden railway sleepers that become slippery when frozen over with ice and snow. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Not just any bike, the INgSOC combines the aerodynamic design of triathlon bikes with hybrid technology to create a futuristic-looking chainless bike that has three modes: battery-powered, battery assist, and battery charge mode (user powers the battery by pedaling). This carbon fiber bike's battery charges up the motor as well as a headlight, rear tail lights, as well as its smartphone charging dock for. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a manager who manages to get stuck in an automatic car wash.
Priced from $90-million, Silveryacht's SilverFast is the perfect superyacht for a Bond villain. This luxurious 252-foot vessel has its very own helipad, a glass jacuzzi and is currently the world's largest and fastest aluminum motor yacht. It can achieve speeds in excess of 27 knots (31 mph) with cruising speeds of 20-22 knots (23 - 25 mph). Plus, there are a total of eight cabins that can accommodate 18 guests comfortably, complete with a massive indoor/outdoor dining area, a full spa (sauna, steam rom, gym, massage room included) as well as a beauty salon. Continue reading for two more videos, additional pictures and information.
Designed and built by the now-defunct Swisscopter AG, the Dragonfly DF1 is a one-man helicopter that uses a pair of hydrogen peroxide fueled rockets attached to the tips of the rotors for power instead of a more conventional gas turbine engine. Weighing just 234-pounds, this helicopter can still carry a 500-pound load - pilot, fuel and cargo. The rockets enable it to achieve a top speed of 115mph and cruise at 40mph for up to 100-minutes with an extra fuel tank. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Why set up camp in one place for days, or even weeks, at a time, when you could just cycle away and stay inside your own collapsible Wide Path Bicycle Camper? Simply attach it to your bike and pedal to wherever your heart desires, as this accessory is durable, lightweight, as well as large enough for two adults to comfortably sleep inside. When you're refreshed, just fold the bed away and the trailer becomes a dining space for four adults. Underneath the bed, there's 300-liters of storage for food, water, supplies, etc. Continue reading for another video and more pictures.
Continuing with the theme of strange vehicles, the Boaterhome is definitely one you don't want to miss. Unlike traditional boats,, which rarely make efficient use of space while suspended on a trailer, this strange-looking amphibious vehicle allows for full access to the living areas as the boat seamlessly connects to the tow vehicle through the use of a hatch. It's based on a 1987 Watercraft Sports King Boaterhome, which takes a cab from a 1986 Ford E-series and the rear being a 28-foot boat. Currently, only 20 exist in the world. Continue reading for another video of it being towed into water.