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Bicycle Handlebar With Integrated Basket

This is a nice simple innovative bicycle handlebar with integrated basket, from Evo. Made out of sturdy aluminum tubing, it mounts just like a normal handlebar (you only require a removable faceplate stem). The basket is the perfect size for your backpack or briefcase during your ride to work. Watch the video



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FERRARI FXX K | Image

FERRARI FXX K

Ferrari have unveiled the latest evolution of its flagship hypercar series, the new FXX K. The impressive beast is powered by a 6.3L V12 engine delivering 1,050 cv, and features a 7-speed automatic transmission. Other notable features are the front end splitter, a dynamic rear wing, and "fighter jet” vertical fins along the flanks. More photos of this insane machine after the jump....
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FERRARI CALIFORNIA T

Ferrari have presented their latest masterpiece, the California T. The beautiful topless grand tourer will be officially presented in Geneva and will surely steal the show. It comes equipped with an 8-cylinder 3.9L turbo engine delivering an impressive 560 hp and 557 pound-feet of torque, and is capable of sprinting from 0-62 miles per hour in a mere 3.6 seconds. The hardtop retracts in only 14 seconds, quickly transforming the stylish coupé into a sleek sophi...
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BMW R NINET SCRAMBLER

The EICMA motorcycle show in Italy is presenting some very interesting models, yesterday we featured Ducati´s new cruiser, the XDiavel, and today we take a look at BMW´s new offering, the awesome R NineT Scrambler, a new version of the R NineT with a cafe-racer style. BMW designers have taken the classic Scrambler approach that recalls off-road dirt bikes from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, but with modern technology and performance youd expect nowadays. It is powered by ...
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