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Chiossi Cycles

We are all familiar with great Italian design, if we combine custom bicycles with Italian style the end result is bound to be stunning. Recently we featured UCY Cycles, an Italian company that create unique, elegant bikes, with minimal design. Chiossi Cycles is a small company located in Modena engineering and manufacturing classic and special bikes and accessories since 1942. Head over to their website and admire their beautiful creations.



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FEDDZ ELECTRIC BIKE | Image

FEDDZ ELECTRIC BIKE

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QUINN BIKE | BY COAST CYCLES | Image

QUINN BIKE | BY COAST CYCLES

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YAMAHA XS400 | BY HOLD FAST MOTORS | Image

YAMAHA XS400 | BY HOLD FAST MOTORS

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