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Cylo One

Cylo is a new bicycle brand created by former Nike design director Eric Duvauchelle. Their first release is this minimalist urban bicycle named "CYLO One”, a stylish and functional bike with a refreshing silhouette. Crafted with lightweight materials for easy carrying, the bike features dynamo powered lights, a brake light and a carbon belt drive to keep your pants clean. CYLO One is available in red, black, or white, head over to CYLO for more details.



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Yamaha TW200

Yamaha have presented the new 2018 TW200, a motorcycle that has stayed pretty much unchanged since its first version back in 1987. The small dual-sport Yamaha TW200 has virtually all the same specifications, it features a single cylinder 4-stroke 196cc engine, a 28mm Mikuni carburetor, a five-speed transmission, and chain drive. The utility bike also features a extra-low motocross-style seat, and big fat knobby tires that deliver great traction and rider comfort ove...
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HUSQVARNA VITPILEN 701

Husqvarna have presented their new immaculately designed street bike, the Vitpilen 701. The compact and agile motorcycle is driven by a powerful 693cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine (the same as on the KTM 690 Duke) producing 75 hp at 8,500 rpm and 53 pound-feet of torque at 6,750 rpm. The engine is matched with a slipper clutch and six speed transmission. The stunning roadster is expertly crafted, it features a chromium molybdenum tubular steel frame whi...
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BMW R100GS Glober

ER Motorcycles owned by Blaz Sustarsic of Slovenia has rolled out another impressive conversion of a 1989 BMW R100GS Paris Dakar which he named "Glober”, commissioned by a photographer for long distance tours. Designed with adventure, earthiness and minimalism in mind, the bike was stripped down to its bare bones, fitted with a host of bag racks, supports and carriers so that the owner could carry all that he needed on his next South American adventure. The custom t...
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