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MIA Bike

Born in New York City, Martone Cycling Co. bikes are built for the urban commute. Their latest offering is this compact urban cruiser designed for densely populated cityscapes. MIA ("mine" in Italian), is a lightweight (weighs a mere 11 lbs) and stripped down urban commuter that is easily stored and very maneuverable, it is crafted in steel alloy and aluminum, and features a SRAM Automatix (2 gear transmission) that requires no gears shifting (it adapts automatically with you throughout your urban journey), a coaster break, and 20” wheels. The perfect solution for your commuting needs. Available in several colors.



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URB-E

URB-E is an electric folding scooter, a great add-on to the shelf of electrically moved vehicles, it´s kind of a hybrid because you can carry it with you, it has a reasonable carrying weight of 35 lbs, but you can ride it like a bike, so it does feature portability and comfort, two apparently difficult features to combine. You get a 20 mile range, ideal for the urban commuters but don´t forget it´s foldable, so you can carry it with everywhere, this greatly enlarges...
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PEUGEOT DL122 BIKE | WITH LAPTOP COMPARTMENT | Image

PEUGEOT DL122 BIKE | WITH LAPTOP COMPARTMENT

Peugeot recently presented the urban bike "DL122", the bicycle offers a bold and innovative solution to urban mobility. Agile and compact, it features a laptop compartment situated between the knees of the user, within the bicycle’s frame. The compartment is also reserved to hold documents and due to its strategically positioned location does not affect the balance of the bike. The compartment is lockable, safely stowing one´s contents into place for added security....
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DEUS MONO SR542 MOTORCYCLE

Deus is a completely different kind of motorcycle company. While focussing on the design and construction of custom motorcycles, Deus promotes and celebrates a custom motorcycle culture that first appeared in Europe and America in the 1940s which has recently been revived by groups of young enthusiasts in Japan, America and Australia....
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