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Blacktrail Bt-01 The $80,000 Electric Bicycle

This is the most expensive electric bike you can buy, this limited edition bike from pg-bikes will knock you back $80,000! Constructed of carbon fiber lightweight aerospace aluminum, titanium and magnesium, the BlackTrail BT-01 reaches speeds of 65mph thanks to its 1.2 kW engine embedded in its frame of 16kg, and can take it through 120 km of distance and amazingly, it all on a single charge of 2.5 hours of battery leather-clad 17Ah Li-ion. Only 667 available.



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2017 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY

Here it is folks, the all-new Land Rover Discovery is back in the United States! Unveiled this week at the Paris Auto Show, the 2017 Land Rover Discovery is coming back to America and it looks fantastic. The adventure-ready vehicle is available with a 340hp, 332 lb-ft of torque, supercharged 3-liter gasoline V6 engine or a 254hp turbocharged diesel V6 engine that churns out 443 lb-ft of torque from 1750 rpm. The long-awaited replacement to the LR4 also comes equippe...
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BICYCLE WINE RACK

We have featured before some very original bicycle accessories: the "Road Popper", the "6 pack holder"... Featured here, is the leather bicycle wine rack, it secures your wine bottle tightly to the frame of your bike when ridding to your dinner destination. Just be careful peddling home!...
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AUDI RS7 CONCEPT

Designed by Austrian designer Adriano Mudri graduate of the University of Applied Sciences in Graz, it combines several styling cues from the Audi Group models, from the R8-inspired rear end to the Lamborghini-trademark scissor doors. The design features a rear-mounted engine, with design elements much like the current Audi R8, including the contrast in color between the engine bonnet and the rest of the body....
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