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All Terrain Ducati Bike for Adventures

  Mid-Sized Motorcycles Driving Adventures Motorcycling's ADV Adventure Segment is Booming in Popularity The mid-sized, ADV adventure segment of motorcycle riding is booming in popularity.  It's a fun sport, athletic and keeps you outdoors. And it's relatively inexpensive to buy a vehicle, which you can also use for highway commuting.  Now, nearly 100-year-old Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati and its latest bike Desert X have joined the ADV race, that includes BMW, Yamaha and KMW.  Desert X is an all new, all terrain bike that packs 108 hp at 9,250 rpm and 68 ft lbs of torque at 6500 rpm.  Desert X will hit dealer showrooms in May 2022.  The starting price is $16,795.00 and the technology is impressive.  Ducati is owned by Audi via its Italian subsidiary Lamborghini.   Tech Specs The Desert X is powered by the 11 degree, Testastretta Desmodromic L-twin engine, used in the Monster bike. The Desert X bike hits 108 hp at 9,250 rpm and 68 ft. lbs of torque at 6500 rpm. It

Personal Sub to Explore Oceans

  New Technology to Explore the Ocean & Its Inhabitants                                                  Source:  U-BOAT WORX U-BOAT WORX of the Netherlands A Dutch company has launched what looks like a luxury sports car to explore the ocean.  It's called the Super Sub and it is straight out of a James Bond 007 movie.  It was invented and is being manufactured by U-BOAT WORX of Breda, the Netherlands which specializes in submersibles. The company is billing Super Sub as the most hydrodynamic private sub on the market.  The vessel has a transparent cabin that provides occupants panoramic views of the surrounding ocean and its inhabitants. Tech Specs Super Sub has 4 thrusters powered by electricity from lithium ion batteries that deliver 80 horsepower.  It can dive and climb at 30 degree angles, travel at 9 mph and dive to a depth of 1,000 feet.  The submersible can carry a pilot and two passengers.  It contains display screens that provide vital information on the sub and its s