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Tratar Bikes

Tratar is a small company that handcrafts bicycles in Slovenia in quite an interesting fashion. The beautiful bikes are crafted from top quality, locally sourced Slovenian wood and assembled by hand with biodegradable glue to minimize the production’s environmental footprint. The end result is a construction with no visible joints and thus no weak points. The sleek city bicycles are available in two different specifications on the same frame. The single-speed offers smooth simplistic riding with minimal maintenance, and the Kick shift features two gears and an internal brake built into the rear hub.



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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE BOBBER | Image

TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE BOBBER

Triumph has revealed the new Bonneville Bobber, and boy does it look stunning. With styling inspired by bobbers from the 1940s, this new Triumph is stripped to the bare essentials. It is powered by a liquid-cooled 1200cc parallel twin engine that is mated to a 6-speed transmission with a torque-assist clutch and chain final drive. It has a classic softail end, hiding the rear shock under the seat, and features many other touches to complete the classic bobber look, ...
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Peugeot eF01

French automaker Peugeot have presented the world´s first electric folding bicycle, dubbed the eF01. The Peugeot eF01 aims to make inner-city commuting that little bit easier and can be folded and unfolded in as little as 10 seconds. It weighs only 37 pounds (17 kg), has a range of around 18 miles (30 km), and a top speed of 12 mph (20 km/h). The portable e-bike can be stored and charged in a dockstation, or recharged in the boot of any vehicle with a 12-volt power ...
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VANMOOF BICYCLES

Vanmoof is an ambitious young Dutch company that was born from a love for bicycles and a hunger for change. The basic idea is to help all citizens of the world to move around within the city in a fast, easy and stylish manner. According to Dutch designer Sjoerd Smit, everything unnecessary was removed from the bike, only maintaining comfort, simplicity and style. The bike is light, with no cables in sight, it features a LED light powered by a solar panel, it has 3 g...
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