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Strida Foldable Bike

Strida bicycles have been around for a while, winner of numerous awards, the first version was launched back in 87, and since then has evolved and been improved into today´s modern version. The triangle shape folding bike is ideally suited for commuting, it opens and folds in less than 10 seconds so you can bring it on a subway or bus, it´s also the worlds lightest folding production bike and can easily be rolled when folded. Also available from amazon



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SEABOB CAYAGO MAGNUM

Limited to 100 units, Seabob Cayago Magnum is the ultimate millionaire´s toy. Like all Seabobs, the Seabob Cayago Magnum is propelled by Seabobs patented electric jetstream system. You control the Seabob via a pair of intelligent control Powergrips, you just have to press a sensor button to accelerate to the speed you require. The Cayagos cockpit as an LCD display panel, which provides you with technical details such as power and battery life and it also tells you a...
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PORSCHE 356 OUTLAW | Image

PORSCHE 356 OUTLAW

Emory Motosports are specialists in customising the Porsche 356s since the late 1980s. The timeless model was taken out of production in 1956 but has since remained a favorite of car collectors worldwide. Dubbed the "Outlaw”, this modern take on the classic sports car has been updated with some premium flourishes for the exterior and interior, including rally-style seating, plus several performance upgrades, all without losing that timeless appeal. watch the video...
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VELONIA VIKS

Estonian bicycle brand Velonia introduces the Viks, an urban commuter bike with a striking design and uniquely shaped frame. Thanks to its unique construction with two identical steel tubes that are joined together in the front of the bike, there is no need for a seat tube, and, not only does it look awesome, it weighs only 10 pounds! Until recently, the Viks was still in prototype phase, but the first cycle can now be ordered through their website. The stainless st...
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