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Etricks Evolution R01

The all-terrain eTricks Evolution R01 will add some fun to your daily commuting, it is also great for the leisure and sporty trips in the weekend. The street legal moped/bicycle fusion, can be used with pedals, or with foot pegs if you want to let the 2,500 W electric engine take over and do the work for you. The R01 has a range of 25 miles and can reach a top speed of almost 30mph. Equipped with a maintenance free belt drive, powerful motor, brakes and hydraulic suspension, the Evolution R01 is the perfect machine for the new generation of freeriders. watch the video



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ASTON MARTIN ONE-77 LIMITED EDITION | Image

ASTON MARTIN ONE-77 LIMITED EDITION

One-77 is the newest creation by Aston Martin. This stunning car is based on a sophisticated carbon-fibre One-77 chassis with a hand-crafted aluminium body, it features an amazing 7.3  litre V12 engine and will be extremely limited, only 77 will be built...
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ELEKTROKATZE STREET BIKE | Image

ELEKTROKATZE STREET BIKE

ELEKTROKATZE is a new street style bike designed by ChowPourianLab, a Hong Kong-based design studio lead by Sonia Chow and Huschang Pourian. The cool fixed-gear bike features a handmade steel frame, shortened handlebars and 20" wheels. The ELEKTROKATZE city bike is still is testing mode, but should be available soon....
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ROKON TRAIL-BREAKER

Rokon Trail-Breaker is a new and updated edition of a 60īs bike thatīs seen its fair share of rough riding at the hand of the armed forces, forest guards or fish and game officers. This permanent two wheel drive bike is now lighter, with an inverted front suspension, to smooth things out, and now features hollow wheels that provide extra flotation. Thatīs not all, you also get new wider tires and a great customization list, from saddle bags to tow bars, frame grids ...
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