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Rearviz

RearViz is an innovative Rear Vision Mirror, designed for the commuter, the athlete and the weekend adventurer. Itís 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 wonít vibrate or lose its positioning.



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VESPA 946 | Image

VESPA 946

The stunning new Vespa 946 is now available for purchase in the US! The new scooter from the iconic Italian brand debuted in Europe last May, and is available from this week as a limited run. Based on the 1946 Mp6 model, the 946 still has the classical Italian lines but with a modern twist, and although it still has a vintage touch, this is the best-equipped and most technologically advanced Vespa scooter ever. Equipped with a 125cc,  four-stroke engine the 946...
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VTR Customs BMW R65

This amazing build comes from Switzerland and was created by VTR Customs, a workshop with a little crew of 3 BMW fanatics. Named Willoughby 65, this elegant bike started as a BMW R65 and was upgraded with a Siebenrock 860cc Power Kit and two Keihin FCR 39 flat side carbs resulting in 70 vivid horsepower. A small LED rear light has been integrated into the minimalistic rear fender and Firestone Deluxe tires were fitted. A vintage blue paint give it an ultra clean loo...
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LIMITED EDITION FERRARI SA APERTA | Image

LIMITED EDITION FERRARI SA APERTA

Ferrari presented this marvel at the Paris International Motor Show 2010. The SA Aperta is a tribute to Sergio and Andrea Peninferina whose company celebrates itīs 80th anniversary and has worked with ferrari on some of there most famous cars. This model is a special series and only 80 wil lbe built. Unfortunally for those of you that want one...they have all been sold!...
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