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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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2011 JEEP WRANGLER MOJAVE | LIMITED EDITION | Image

2011 JEEP WRANGLER MOJAVE | LIMITED EDITION

This is the Mojave, which pays homage to the legendary route in Mojave Desert located in the United States and currently named Mojave National Preserve. Among the features of the Wrangler Mojave are the fender flares that cover the 17 " wheels, equipped with 32" tires . In addition, themed details like the lizard that symbolizes the model, a blacked-out fuel door cap on the hood and a body-colored hard top, give the model an even more exclusive look....
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FERRARI 458 ITALIA X OAKLEY DESIGN | LIMITED EDITION | Image

FERRARI 458 ITALIA X OAKLEY DESIGN | LIMITED EDITION

Oakley Design is a British company owned by Jon Oakley, well known for preparing race cars (And no, it has nothing to do with the clothing and sunglasses brand). The company recently launched its version of Ferrari Italia 458, only five units will be produced with a special numbered plate. Oakley Design installed new vents for the radiator and side skirts. They installed carbon fiber parts: roof, covers the contours of the mirrors and the rear window and engine cove...
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ZONDA 42 YACHT

We have already you shown you the stunning Frauscher Motoryacht, now from Brasil yachtmakers Zonda comes this awesome machine. The boat accelerates from 0 to 20 knots in less than 9 seconds and reaches a speed exceeding 50 miles p/h. The idea came at the hands of businessman Eduardo Souza Ramos, who inspired modern Italian Wally boats, he then hired the internationally renowned boat designer Javier Soto Acebal....
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