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Castro M1 Bike

Castro M1 is a sleek little bike designed for urban cyclists. The minimalist bicycle is designed, manufactured, and assembled in Barcelona, it was imagined and built to meet the demanding lifestyle of urbanites, it is adaptable to a variety of people with different riding styles, and is quick and easy to store, the kind of bike you could just pick up and ride. Its slim stainless steel frame can be folded in no time to occupy only 23 cm (9 inches) of space, and can be stored anywhere. An all-purpose bike thatīs a great addition to your daily routine. Available in either a 2-speed or 3-speed model.



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SEABOB CAYAGO MAGNUM | Image

SEABOB CAYAGO MAGNUM

Limited to 100 units, Seabob Cayago Magnum is the ultimate millionaireīs toy. Like all Seabobs, the Seabob Cayago Magnum is propelled by Seabobs patented electric jetstream system. You control the Seabob via a pair of intelligent control Powergrips, you just have to press a sensor button to accelerate to the speed you require. The Cayagos cockpit as an LCD display panel, which provides you with technical details such as power and battery life and it also tells you a...
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MAYBACH EXELERO

This is a one-off custom-built Maybach based on the Maybach 57 limousine, the Exelero is a chopped-down two-seater coupe, though its more than just a show car, during tests it reached a speed of 218.38mph, despite weighing over 2.66 tonnes. It is capable of acceleration from 0-60mph in 4.4 seconds. Its 550bhp V12 engine was bored out to 5.9 litres, and tuned for 700bhp and over 738lb ft of torque. Amazing!  ...
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TRIUMPH T120 BOBBER

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from France. French BMX rider Christophe Tonton wanted a hardtail Triumph bobber, he contacted French custom builders Southsiders MC to start working on his dream. This impressive build started off as a Triumph T120, it was stripped down of all extraneous parts and fitted with Dunlop tyres, a custom frame, a custom exhaust, and finished overall with a raw, utilitarian aesthetic. Check out some more photos of this spectacular m...
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