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Mixie Urban Commuter Bike

Mixie Urban Commuter Bike is small, lightweight and easy to tuck away in the small spaces of a cramped apartment. The bike is part fixed-gear, part Urban commuter, part BMX. It weighs under 33lbs, thanks to the light 20" high tensile steel frame, making it easy to store and lug around.



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TESLA MODEL X

Its official! After years of spy pictures and teaser images, electric carmaker Tesla have finally launched the "Model X a spectacular SUV with electric drive. Ellon Musk first unveiled a prototype X back in 2012, and now its here! and first impressions suggest it was worth the wait. The Xs gorgeous design features a panoramic windshield, and amazing rear passenger doors named "falcon wing doors, because they lift like the wings of a bird, and has ample seating f...
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Mercedes G350d Professional

Mercedes-Benz have made available to their legendary G‑Class line-up, an optional Professional Off-Road package. The G350d Professional is the ideal companion for challenging off-road use and adventurous, off-the-mainstream expeditions. Packed with a powerful V6 diesel engine with 180 kW (245 hp) output, the beastly G-Class features a modified suspension for higher ground clearance, a steel front bumper with an electric winch, side running boards, dark tinted ...
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BLINK STEADY BIKE LIGHT

Blink Steady is another successful project funded by Kickstarter. The bike light is not only cool and elegant, it is also "clever", it turns on automatically and shuts off when youre not riding! This is possible because of the integrated accelerometer that knows when youre moving. It also features a light sensor that detects when its dark enough to turn on. Blink Steady is made from solid aluminum and is hard to steal, it is locked to your seatpost. A "no button"...
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