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Lager Bike | By Sebikes

We were recently told about Sebikes, we had a look at their website and the single speed "Lager Bike" caught our eye. We loved the minimalist feel of the white model. The stylish bike comes with high profile double wall rims wrapped in 28C Vittoria/Randonneur tires and a seat with bottle opener.  
 




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JACK PINE TRIUMPH | BY HAMMARHEAD INDUSTRIES | Image

JACK PINE TRIUMPH | BY HAMMARHEAD INDUSTRIES

This is a 2008 Triumph T100 Scrambler custom built by Hammarhead Industries, the Jack Pine is a Triumph Scrambler that’s been given a thorough reworking—which includes the removal of the oil cooler, a rear frame loop shortened by four inches, and a reworked seat unit. It’s a cool, understated look enhanced by Continental Twinduro tires and matte black paint....
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2012 MERCEDES-BENZ C63 AMG BLACK SERIES COUPE | Image

2012 MERCEDES-BENZ C63 AMG BLACK SERIES COUPE

Mercedes-Benz has finally unveiled the C63 AMG Black Series Coupe 2012 version. The official photos show aggressive lines and the numbers indicate that this is the most powerful model of the C Class. Capable of 517 hp, the C63 AMG Black Series Coupe comes equipped with an AMG 6.3 V8 engine. The car has an aggressive look and has sporty details, such as lowered suspension and wider fenders. It features seven gears with AMG Speedshift and comes with 19 inch wheels....
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FLYNANO | SINGLE SEATER MINI HYDROPLANE | Image

FLYNANO | SINGLE SEATER MINI HYDROPLANE

Looks like science fiction but it is not. This glider is the work of aeronautical engineer Aki Suokas from Finland and has just been presented publicly. The FlyNano is made entirely of carbon fiber, takes off and lands on water, it can be considered a mini-hylane. It can be purchased in all-electric or combustion engine, powered by gasoline. It can reach 140 kilometers per hour and fly up to three kilometers altitude.The first deliveries in the U.S. market are plann...
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