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BPG Werks shows first DTV Shredder Sport production model, preps for the apocalypse

Billy Steele
January 8, 2012
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Back in the spring, we spent some time with two BPG Werks DTV Shredder models in the sands of New Mexico. Ben Gulak and crew have been hard at work on production-ready, souped-up Segway / tank hybrids that would make Rambo jealous. An image of the first production model of the Shredder Sport has been posted on the outfit's Facebook page in all its folding glory. No word on when these bad boys will be hitting the streets dirt just yet and the sub-$3,500 pricing is sure to have fluctuated since April. Soon enough, your Mad Max reenactments could get a lot more entertaining.

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