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Porsche 980 Mirage Gt | By Gembala

Gembala is a company owned by Andreas Schwarz in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, Germany. They are considered Num 1 Porsche Tuners in the world. They have been refining Porsches for the past 28 years. Twenty handpicked specialists apply themselves with the utmost dedication to increasing the performance of what is already a highly potent sports car. But they also place enormous emphasis on the smallest details. In a small, almost clinically pure atmosphere, handmade sports cars of the absolute highest caliber are produced in small series. Here we feature the Mirage GT, a conversion based on the 980 Carrera GT, check out their website for more Porsche conversions.




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VICTOR BIKE

Victor Bike is a concept created by designer Christophe Robillard of Montreal. A great design that stands out by its unique frame. In a very minimalist approach the frame consists of a single tube that is bent to connect to the back wheel. Christophe says: "I created an object which harmonizes with the townscape while respecting the charisma and the dignity of the cyclist: such values I hold dearly."...
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GANT CITY BIKE

This limited-to-25 edition, single-speed cruiser bike features retro styling with hand stitched leather handlebars, a Brooks leather saddle with attached tool bag, hand-welded lugs, a sculptural LED headlamp, a unique enamel head badge, and large, off-white tires for a smooth ride. ...
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KUBERG FREERIDER

Freerider is the new spectacular electric bike from Kuberg, ideal for beginners as well as experienced riders. Lightweight, rugged and extremely powerful, this fast and fun electric bike is aimed at both teens and adults (max 84 lbs), it has a 22 AH battery pack that delivers a top speed 34 mph, and a range of 34 miles after a full charge (takes just two hours to fully charge via standard power outlet). The little beast has a highly modular design, allowing riders t...
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