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Incog Multi Tool | Hidden Biketool

The InCog Biketool is a genius creation by Joshua Brassé, it allows you to keep your bike tools (hidden) on your bike. The device features a innovative design that flexes through the inside of your handlebar accommodating nearly every shape. It is designed to fit the majority of handlebars. The InCog features a lock & custom key system keeping thieves and meddlers off your gear. source



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KIA SPORTSPACE

With the Geneva Motor Show around the corner (3 March 2015) some of the major players in the automobile industry will be showing off their latest concepts. Kias newest concept car is a totally new breed of grand tourer with an element of sportiness, the Kia Sportspace. The innovative station wagon was designed for active people who need reasonable cargo space on the weekend, but don´t want to compromise moving around in style, comfort and with an element of sportine...
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GOGORO SMARTSCOOTER

Gogoro is the world´s first electric smartscooter, the ultimate commuting vehicle designed specifically for the world’s most crowded cities. The pollution-free scooter delivers unprecedented power, agility and control, and is able to hit 31mph in just 4.2 seconds and has a top speed of 60mph, making it faster than a conventional 125cc bike. Built with an ultra light racing grade aluminum aeroframe, this urban transport uses battery swapping stations to allow it to k...
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HELLCAT COMBAT MOTORCYCLE BY CONFEDERATE

The Combat by Matt Chambers Confederate Motorcycle Company of Birmingham, features a design specific hand ported and polished head design, special camshaft grind, retuned intake system and retuned exhaust system, which harmoniously result in a 12% gain in rear wheel horsepower and a 4% increase in rear wheel torque. Only 20 editions will ever exist....
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