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Stealth Electric Bikes

Stealth Electric Bikes are the most powerful hybrid electric bikes available in the world. The bikes are powered by a combination of pedals and a high performance electric hub motor capable of reaching a top speed of 50 mph in virtual silence.  The bike, as the brand states is "A hybrid electric mountain bike on steroids." Stealth Electric Bikes are lightweight, fast, tough, and sure look like fun. Watch the video and check out the bikes in action.



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WOOD HANDLEBARS | BY DEER RUNNER | Image

WOOD HANDLEBARS | BY DEER RUNNER

Deer Runner is a recent startup from London, England. They produce designer cycling goods and accessories, these sleek Thick Oak Wood Handlebars really caught our attention. The handlebars are hand crafted from plied oak and are oil treated for weather protection. The handlebars can be custom ordered to fit your bike stem, contact Deer Runner on their website....
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HONDA XR650 | BY DANIEL PETER | Image

HONDA XR650 | BY DANIEL PETER

The "Cabin Fever” is based on a Honda XR650 which you can hardly see after the work done by Daniel Peter, a professional photographer and fervent lover of motorbikes, whom when not shooting is cruising around on this stunner. When he first thought of modifying a motorcycle, he was far from imagining that his XR650 would be the chosen one, it had the characteristics that Daniel was looking for but the look was far from what he desired and thats what made him indecisi...
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RUNGU FAT-TRIKE

The new bike by Rungu is the first all fat-tire bullfrog trike. The bike features three huge, soft tires allowing it to "float" over snow and sand, in fact the company states that this system improves floating over these surfaces by 50% compared to regular fat bikes. The Trike is perfect for transporting surfboards across the sand or pulling stuff across the snow, it can also reportedly climb up short flights of steps with ease and overcome obstacles up to 6” tall a...
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