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Stromer St1 Elite Electric Bike

Public bikes have recently presented a range of e-bikes, including the Stromer ST1 Elite (featured here). The Stromer ST1 Elite is one of the fastest, sportiest electric bikes available, it has a range of 30 to 45 miles with pedal assist, a top speed of 20 mph is capable of 1.5 hours of ride time. Available in either black or white. Read the full specs at Public bikes. watch the video



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JEEP NOMAD | BY STARWOOD MOTORS | Image

JEEP NOMAD | BY STARWOOD MOTORS

After working their magic on the spectacular Jeep Nighthawk and the menacing Jeep Full Metal Jacket, Starwood Motors have unveiled their latest Jeep Wrangler conversion, the Jeep Nomad. The extreme Jeep began as a Rubicon Unlimited, but has been converted into a trail rated and adventure ready vehicle, it has been fitted with a Smittybilt Overland rack that includes a top-mounted tent to keep you safe from elements and environment, full front and rear LED li...
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1966 LITTLE HONDA P25 | BY CHICARA NAGATA | Image

1966 LITTLE HONDA P25 | BY CHICARA NAGATA

Over the past years we have featured many custom bike builds, but none as unusual and unique as this. This minimalist work of art is a creation by Japanese renowned motorcycle builder/artist Chicara Nagata. Not much info on this build, all we know is this thing looks stellar, check out more beautiful photos of the bike in detail after the jump. sources: pipeburn, megadeluxe...
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LO-RUITER LONGBOARD | Image

LO-RUITER LONGBOARD

The Lo-Ruiter Longboard is the latest project by Joey Ruiter, a designer we have featured several times before, with innovative products such as the Growler City Bike, and the Inner City Bike. Lo-Ruiter is a modern twist on the traditional skateboard that creates the illusion of floating. The cutout shapes are a result of the low deck and wheel clearance, the holes allow you to break when you put your foot over them, and the generous size of the top allows for multi...
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