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Big20 | By Inner City Bikes

Designed by Joey Ruiter, Inner City Bikes are all about simplicity, they create minimalist bicycles that are stripped down to their core. Their latest creation is this stripped down urban commuter named BIG20, a lightweight and compact bike that is easily stored and very maneuverable, the perfect ride for traveling in an urban environment. BIG20 comes equipped with a 110 drive train, disc brakes, and is completely customizable.



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TOYLANDER

Toylander is a DIY half-size electric car based on the first Land Rover series! The electric powered miniature vehicles can accommodate children as well as an adult, and you can enjoy all the features of a real car in miniature including forward, reverse, foot and hand brake, lights, horn, folding screen and opening tailgate. The highly detailed model is available as a kit for the hard core DIY enthusiasts, or as complete bodies, ready to prepare and paint for those...
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PEUGEOT 2008 DKR

Peugeot have unveiled their 2015 Rally Dakar challenger, the spectacular Peugeot 2008 DKR.  The Peugeot team, which won the competition four times between 1987 and 1990, with the 205 Turbo and 405 Turbo 16V, will count with legendary WRC driver Carlos Sainz, and also with Cyril Despres, the Frenchman that won five times the Dakar by bike. The team is a partnership between Peugeot, Red Bull and Total. via watch the video...
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2012 BMW M5

The awesome new Bmw M5 will have its official debut at the IAA in Frankfurt in September. It has an impressive 4.4 V8 engine with 560 hp and two turbochargers. The BMW M5 features three modes of engine operation, eligible through a control in the console: Efficient, Sport and Sport Plus. The acceleration had to be bombastic, taking just 4.4 seconds from 0 to 62 mph. The speed is limited to 155mph, but with the optional Drivers M Pack reaches 190 mph....
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