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Radish Family Bike | By Xtracycle

Could you commute to work on a bicycle if you didnīt have to leave the kids at school? With the Radish Family Cycle you can do both! The comfortable, light weight and versatile bike features a quick-release system so you can accommodate child passengers when you have them, and remove the seat when you donīt . A bunch of accessories are available to help you carry various types of cargo.



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LAMBORGHINI ASTERION

Lamborghini have just unveiled at the Paris Motor Show the spectacular new Asterion LPI 910-4, a car that is clearly different from previous models, with a new, unexpected and sensual design conceived more for comfortable luxury daily cruising than for ultimate track performance. The gasoline-electric hybrid provides the option of urban driving under purely electric power, or the choice of being powered by the 610-horsepower V10 engine. Or, you can combine the two p...
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VANGUARD LIMITED EDITION BICYCLES

Vanguard specializes in the design of unique one-off bicycles, as well as in the customization and restoration of classic rides and collectors’ pieces, each bike is serialized and named. Vanguard bikes are designed in Singapore, and hand-sculpted by Vanguard’s affiliated teams in Singapore and Portland, USA. They ship internationally. ...
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ME SCOOTER

ME Scooter aims to synthesize several key modern concepts. First of all it aims to be a design object, where aesthetic issues also have practical and usability concerns, the ME Scooter also has a green side to it, thatīs why it uses electrical power to help you move around. And it also leaves you with some ways to express yourself because itīs fully customizable. The electric motor of 1.5 Kw will get a range of up to 80km, with a top speed of 45km/h, enough to go on...
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