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Smart Ebike

The hybrid bike from Smart, which was presented at the Paris Salon of 2010, will be launched in the first half of 2012. The model is hybrid, it uses an electric motor in conjunction with muscle strength, which generates power in cycling. With more than 400 Wh,the battery can last more than 38 miles. The bike also has interaction with smart phones and was developed in partnership with the German manufacturer Grace, creators of the amazing Grace Urban-bike. Watch the video



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TRIUMPH TIGER 800XC | BY ICON 1000 | Image

TRIUMPH TIGER 800XC | BY ICON 1000

The Dromedarii is the perfect adventure bike, it is the result of a TRIUMPH x ICON collaboration. The bike, originally a Tiger 800XC was striped from its original plastics and replaced with steel cages and plates to protect vulnerable engine components. Other notable features are the bespoke oversized fuel tank, along with auxiliary fuel cells, and front and rear load-bearing racks for carrying requisite supplies....
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DUCATI DIAVEL TITANIUM

Ducati have unveiled a special edition of their popular Diavel motorbike. The new and exclusive Diavel Titanium is a limited series of just 500 numbered bikes, it comes with an array of custom components, and is equipped with the same beastly 162-hp engine as the other Diavel models, but has been finished with high-technology craftsmanship in titanium and carbon fiber, and enhanced with a dark chrome frame and black wheels....
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TREFECTA DRT

The Trefecta DRT is a new precision engineered high performance, all-terrain e-bike. The bicycle/motorbike fusion can hit a top speed of 40MPH, and can run for more than 60 miles on a single charge. Made from military-spec aluminum, the beefy e-bike features a 14-speed Rohlof Speedhub, a SmeshGear transmission, 26-inch carbon fiber wheels, and Schwalbe mountain bike tires. A computer mounted at the center of the handlebars, lets the user control riding modes, suspen...
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