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Citroen E-mehari

French automaker Citroen have presented the newest version of their iconic Mehari from 1968. The cool E-Mehari is as the name suggests, an all electric four-seater cabriolet, with removable roof panels, a fold-down rear bench and a plastic coated fabric interior that is completely waterproof. The 67bhp motor powers it to a top-speed of 68mph, with a range of 124 miles between top ups. It will be available in four colors – orange, yellow, blue and beige, and you’ll be able to buy one from early 2016. watch the video below



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MUSGUARD

Musguard is a simple bicycle mudguard that comes off and rolls up when the roads are dry. Weighing only 40 grams, the lightweight portable mud flap easily straps onto most bike frames without  messing your bikes minimal aesthetic and fitting neatly, very close to the rear wheel. After use it can be easily rolled up on your frame or simply stored in your bag, pocket or hung on your key chain. Musguard ships internationally and is available in several colors. wat...
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DUCATI SCRAMBLER DIRT TRACKER | Image

DUCATI SCRAMBLER DIRT TRACKER

As the awesome 2015 Ducati Scrambler starts rolling into showrooms, many custom builders are rubbing their hands with excitement for a chance to customize the bike, destined to become a favorite donor bike for customisers as much as the Triumph Bonnveille, old BMW boxers and the Yamaha SR models. Ducati Thailand’s top engineers and mechanics have created a Dirt Tracker version showing the possibilities for personalization, it features chunky adventure-touring tires ...
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BMW R100S Black Baron

Our latest custom motorbike crush is this beastly beamer by Denmark’s Relic Motorcycles. The donor bike started as a BMW R100S (it was actually an old police bike) from the 80s, and was striped to its essentials. The old rear section of the frame was removed, and the centre rear section of the frame was extended in order to mount a Biltwell Harley solo seat on, that features twin rows of LED brakelights underneath. It was also fitted with twin Hagon 420mm shocks, wi...
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