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Audi E-bike

German automakers Audi are about to unveil their e-bike, a performance electric bike for sports and trick cycling.  The rider can choose from: classic human-powered mode, the electric motor mode(it generates a record-breaking maximum output of 2.3kW) or pedaling supported by the electric motor. This highly advanced bike has a touchscreen computer and a video camera, this allows users to upload their tricks and stunts to the web. Another notable feature is the adjustable seat, it can be adjusted with the touch of a button, lower it for trick cycling or place it in normal for riding position. source  watch the video




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DUCATI DIAVEL AMG | SPECIAL EDITION | Image

DUCATI DIAVEL AMG | SPECIAL EDITION

Ducati and Mercedes-AMG have produced a spicier new version of the Diavel, the AMG Special Edition. The Diavel is already a very special bike, but will be presented with an even more exclusive equipment thanks to the technology of AMG. The AMG details are obvious in the upholstery and exhaust tips. The 162hp bike, worthy of dark knight will only be available in 2012. ...
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REVOLIGHTS

Revolights is another product that was made available thanks to a very successful Kickstarter campaign. The revolutionary bike lighting system consists of two thin profile LED arcs (white in front, red in back) that clip on to your wheels. They provide cyclists with superior lighting and illuminate the path in front of them, casting 360 degrees, they illuminate not only the ground but road signs and elevated obstacles. It also makes it easier for others to sight the...
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FEDERAL MOTO HONDA CB550

"Fade To Black” is the name of the latest build to roll out of the Federal Moto workshop. Commissioned by Grant Harvey, a Canadian film and television director, the sleek bike started off as a 1975 Honda CB550, but Federal Moto gave it their trademark makeup of classic lines and simple vintage accents, or as the guys put it: "simple lines, no bullshit, and just the right mix of old 70´s Honda and modern touches”....
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