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Lampociclo Electric Bicycles

Lampociclo builds beautiful electric bikes inspired by 1920s motorcycles. The Italian manufacturer combines the latest technology with styling cues of the timeless retro motorbikes design. Each Lampociclo bike is handcrafted and custom built in Verona, you can choose from different gearbox, saddle, grips, wheels and handlebar options, as well as add accessories like baskets and racks, and choose the frame size and colors. The bikes are equipped with up-to-date e-bike technology, the standard engine is a 250-watt, 3-speed system model, providing speeds up to 15.5 mph (25 km/h) and enough battery power for 43 miles (70 km) of range. Larger 350- and 500-watt options are also available. via



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CIVIA HALSTEAD BIKE

The Civia Halstead is a very cool looking cargo bike. The whole bike was designed around a frame mounted front cargo rack. The stylish cycle is a contemporary take on the cargo bikes of decades ago, it is the perfect ride for local bicycle deliveries or just hauling your briefcase and cycling to work. If you´re not making deliveries professionally, this bike will make you want to start....
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MARTIN JETPACK

James Bond eat your heart out! After years of testing and prototypes, the New zealand company Martin Aircraft will finally launch this year the Martin Jet Pack. With a production limited to 500 units at a cost of $80,000, jetpack is produced with composite carbon fiber, driven by a V4 engine with 150kW of power. It has a range of 30min/50km, speed 96km/h and flight altitude of 2438m. Check out the amazing video....
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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE | BY DOWN & OUT

The Triumph Bonneville is one of our all time favorite motorbikes, we have featured several custom Bonneville´s over the years, our latest crush is this masterpiece by British custom specialists Down & Out, based on a standard T100 SE. The bike was commissioned by the founder of Bike Shed (a custom motorbike culture website), and this build is all about chassis parts, weight loss, the right design & paint, and throwing away the bits that look ugly – ending u...
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