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Stealth Bomber Electric Bike

Available in both street legal and competition models, the Stealth Bomber Electric Bike basically can be used like a free ride bike. Featuring a battery that's built directly into the frame, hydraulic brakes, a 9-speed gear box, and Fat Duro Razorback tires to handle all terrain. One caveat: expect to shell out up to $10,000 for a fully decked out bike. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates and hilarious fixes gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of real hot dog precision.

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Autohome Maggiolina

At first glance, it looks like a large flat suitcase strapped onto a car's roof, but once you pop the package open, you'll be able to sleep inside comfortably. Introducing the Autohome Maggiolina. A carbon fiber accessory that mounts directly onto existing rails or roof bars of a vehicle without any special equipment. Despite how it looks, the actual tent is quite spacious to say the least, with enough room for a small bedding set to sleep comfortably in the wilderness. To ensure durability, the fabric used is Dralon from Bayer Textiles, offering water and wind protection while remaining breathable at the same time. It folds and unfolds in just 45-seconds, thanks to a handy crank. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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Campagna T-REX 16STM

Yes, the Campagna T-REX 16STM is fully street legal, despite looking like something straight from a movie. Powered by a BMW-sourced six cylinder that pumps out 160hp and 129 lb-of of torque, mated to a sequential 6-speed transmission, can this 1,100-pound vehicle can hit 60mph in under 5-seconds. It features a tubular chassis with an integrated roll cage for safety, as well as three-point seatbelts inside a fiberglass body shell with carbon-fiber accents. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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Quickboat Foldable Boat

Foldable watercraft may sound cool, but the big problem is putting it together, but Quickboat aims to make that process easy. Using composite materials like Kevlar, foam cores and high-end glass, the watercraft can be assembled in 7 easy steps, or literally in one minute. It comes packaged in two lightweight bags, and 2 people can be ready to hit the water in 60-seconds or less. If rowing isn't your cup of tea, you can opt for a 10-horsepower motor. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a Japanese guy attempting to order a pizza to test his English skills.

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Concept Electric Bike 1865

BASF partnered with the German designers at Ding3000 to create the Concept 1865 Electric Bike, which has been equipped with a 250W-hub motor that not only assists the rider, but powers the LED lights as well for night riding. The battery pack has been built directly into the seat, so just remove the seat to thwart potential thieves. Its made from ultra lightweight carbon fiber to ensure a smooth ride that goes anywhere. 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 awesome future first person shooter.

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Martin Jetpack

After years of design and testing, the commercial Martin Jetpack may be finally ready to hit stores, priced at $20,000. Inventor Glenn Martin and his New Zealand-based company Martin Aircraft Company have been issued a test license for their prototype product from the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority. The company is now set to release a military version of the device by the end of 2015. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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Admiral X Force Mega Yacht

Not just any yacht, the Admiral X Force 145, imagined by the Monaco-based studio Dobroserdov Design in coordination with Admiral Centro Stile, has just about every luxury you could imagine, including a two-level beach club and spa, located at the stern. That's not all, there are two cinemas, multiple gyms, two helipads, an outdoor sunbathing deck, several lounging areas and even a garage that can accommodate a helicopter, cars, or water toys. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a child who has a crazy reaction after waking up with a cast on his arm.

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The Beast Scooter

Unlike other scooters, Daymak's The Beast was designed to tackle both city streets and off-road trail as well. Featuring 15 W-hr solar panels that complement power from the grid by trickle charging the main 60-V 12-AH, a single charge is good for an electric range of 24-miles. According to the company, the solar panels can deliver 6.2-miles of range for every eight hours they are exposed to ambient sunlight. It has a top speed of 20mph running on a modest 500W gearless hub motor. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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Wider 42 Transformer

Wider 42 is nor ordinary yacht, a lounge area can be activated and expanded to 18-square-meters within a matter of seconds. It's powered by twin 480hp engines, enabling the boat reach speeds of up to 44 knots. Despite measuring in at 12-meters in length, you'll still find plenty of luxury amenities, including: a living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and a jet ski parked in its own stall at the rear. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Flying Vehicles

In the near future, people may have the options of either driving or flying to work, depending on what vehicle they buy. Whether it be the ZERO helicopter, ICON A5 personal aircraft or Terrafugia TF-X, there will be plenty of models to choose from, or so we hope. Our favorite is definitely the Aeromobil 3.0, which boasts a 19-foot long body that's powered by a Rotax 912 engine. It sports carbon-coated steel frame and collapsible wings that become functional once you hit 90mph - has a top speed of 124mph and 430-mile range. 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 how AT&T envisioned what the digital future would be like today, in 1961.

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