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Victorinox Swiss Army Bike Tool

The Victorinox Swiss Army Bike Tool Kit is an essential item for cyclists. The small, handy and robust tool weights only 98 grams and features 8 bits for the most common types of screws found on any bicycle. The rounded edges protect against injuries from falls and it fits perfectly in any bag.



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ZONDA 42 YACHT

We have already you shown you the stunning Frauscher Motoryacht, now from Brasil yachtmakers Zonda comes this awesome machine. The boat accelerates from 0 to 20 knots in less than 9 seconds and reaches a speed exceeding 50 miles p/h. The idea came at the hands of businessman Eduardo Souza Ramos, who inspired modern Italian Wally boats, he then hired the internationally renowned boat designer Javier Soto Acebal....
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COBI | SMART BIKING SYSTEM

COBI is dubbed as the world´s smartest connected biking system, the ultimate upgrade for the modern city cyclist, adding over 100 intelligent features to any bike. The system is composed of a mount case that holds your smartphone, a head light, a one-finger joystick, and a rear light with automatic brake and turn signals. The included app lets you call friends, listen your music, track your fitness, improve your performance, check weather forecast, use the modern na...
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JAGUAR C-X75 HYBRID SUPERCAR

We take another look at the stunning Jaguar C-X75. The impressive car was first presented back in 2010 as the XJ220 successor, now Jaguar as released some new photos and behind-the-scenes film of the car’s development. The beast is powered by an incredible 1.6L four-cylinder hybrid engine(developed by Williams F1) with a combined power output in excess of 850bhp and 1000Nm of torque, and is capable of reaching 62 mph in less than 3.0 seconds on its way to a mind blo...
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