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    Xtreme Cycle Moto-Cam by Wicked Cool Toys

    Xtreme Cycle Moto-Cam is new

    Wicked Cool Toys is relaunching their #1 selling radio control motorcycle, the Remote Controlled Xtreme Cycle.  You remember this toy. This was a huge hit with every American boy back in the day, and featured a gyroscope stabilization system called Never-Fall technology, which allowed the miniature cycle to stay on its wheels at all costs.

    Xtreme Cycle Moto-Cam Features

    The new Xtreme Cycle Moto-Cam, available this Fall, is upping the ante with a 640-480 VGA resolution camera built right in to the helmet, allowing you to record video at 30 frames per second. You can store 12-15 minutes of video, and enjoy the show after you play.

    The Xtreme Cycle Moto-Cam does what the name says. It’s EXTREME and it’s a Camera! It can make sharp turns, do tricks, even flip….all the while filming all of the action.


    The motorcycle measures around 14″ x 12″ and includes the cycle, the rider, the built-in helmet camera, a remote control, a ramp, a 512Mb SD card, a 9V rechargeable battery, and a USB cable to download and watch the videos you just filmed.

    It will run $79.99, and you can find more info Click Here.

    David Novak
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