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Overlap Bikes

Overlap Bikes is a recent startup from Portugal, they build single speeds, fixies and internally geared bikes, with sleek details that set them apart. Two models are currently available, the Pura, a single speed road bike, and the Gentelman´s Racer, with 8 gears. Details include a Brooks saddle, Lightskin seatpost, and integrated anti-theft tracker, but you can talk with the guys and have a custom built ride. 



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ARIEL NOMAD

The same guys behind the spectacular Ariel Atom high-performance supercar, have introduced, the outrageously fun-looking, Nomad. The two-seat rugged off-roader is powered by a Honda 2.4-liter four-cylinder iVTEC engine, delivering an impressive 235 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque! The lightweight buggy(just 1,477 pounds) can hit 0-60 in 3.4 seconds, and reach a top speed of 125mph. You can choose to customize your Nomad for what you want to do and exactly ho...
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Harley-Davidson Scrambler

From there workshop in a industrial warehouse in South Sydney, Australia, Gasoline Motor Company have striped to its essentials a Harley 1200cc street bike and turned it into an exceptionally high-powered scrambler. The impressive build is nothing short of a savage beast, it can handle all terrain, in any weather, thanks to its raised clearance and rugged all-terrain tyres. Named "A-15” the all terrain powerhouse features a brat style seat and matching grips covered...
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REARVIZ

RearViz is an innovative Rear Vision Mirror, designed for the commuter, the athlete and the weekend adventurer. It’s effectively a wristband with a weather resistant collapsible convex mirror mounted on the arm, using an adjustable armband to keep in place. Because RearViz is mounted on the arm(the widest part of the body), it gives you the most rearward vision, plus it won’t vibrate or lose its positioning....
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