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Le Velo is a cycling workshop in Hamburg, Germany, that specializes in building custom vintage bicycles. The owner Senad Sarac is fascinated by craft and good quality and has been collecting antique bicycle parts for years. Every detail is discussed, planned and implemented in accordance with the customer, and the bike is built with restored old parts but also with specially made parts. The workshop combines the tradition of classic bicycle craft, learned over many generations, with the modern crafts of our time, and still uses original tools from two centuries ago. The end results are true works of art.
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World famous classic car auction company RM auctions will be auctioning one special vehicle, a chance to own the ultimate sports car, and an important piece of American history. The spectacular 1965 Shelby 289 Cobra Alloy Continuation is finished off in stunning polished aluminum bodywork, and is in pristine condition. It was originally purchased new by the man himself Carroll Shelby for his personal collection in 1965, and was garage kept, preserved in like-new condition, and has only 56 original miles on the odometer. This Cobra is outfitted with a 427-cubic inch V-8 that can pump out 525 horsepower, and will be auctioned on November 15th, with an expected price tag ranging from $350,000 to $500,000. via
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Trion is the latest company entering the supercar game, and its bid for high-speed glory is called the Nemesis. The Trion Nemesis is packed with an impressive 9.0-liter, twin-turbo V8 engine with 2000hp, which accelerates from 0 to 60mph in 2.8 seconds, and reaches a top speed of 270mph. The California based company plans to build 50 units at over $1 million each starting at the beginning of 2016.
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After two stunning BMW conversions (BMW R60/7, BMW R80) Blaz Sustarsic from Er Motorcycles has contacted us with news on his new spectacular beemer. Based on a BMW R69S back from the 1960’s, the Voltron (named after a giant titanium robot from an old animated TV series) is a mixture of modern and vintage style with emphasis on clean lines and visual simplicity. more photos after the jump.

This retro-futuristic ride is up for auction, more details via their Facebook page
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Electric Skateboard makers ZBoard are offering a chance to win a one of a kind package to celebrate Back to the Future Day. The awesome prize package includes a ZBoard Hoverboard Electric Skateboard, the iconic Light Up Shoes, a Back to the Future Jacket, Hat, and Shirt! A must have for all Back to the Future die-hard fans, your childīs dream of becoming Marty McFly will practically come true, good luck! Watch the video and check out the ZBoard in action
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Based in Belgium, Zadig Motorcycles have rolled out of their garage this stunning custom motorcycle named - The Salander. Based on a 1979 Honda CJ250T, the bike has an utilitarian character achieved by the rough-round-the-edges finish, and features a vintage Brooks bicycle seat and a bare fuel tank carved with artistic flair, that compliment the raw look perfectly. via

On a side note, Zadig Motorcycles raises money building bikes to help children inflicted by life threatening diseases. Head over to their website for more details.
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Winner of this yearīs prestigious red dot award, Hey Bicycles are designed with three things in focus: simplicity, quality and passion. The Nordic minimalist design exudes both style and dynamics, the frame features an organic shape that guarantees superb comfort and a positive driving experience for the rider whether in an urban surrounding or a rural landscape. Currently there are seven different models to choose from three for men, and four for women.
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Our latest custom motorbike workshop discovery comes from Munich, Germany. Diamond Atelier was founded this summer by Tom Konecny and Pablo Steigleder, two cafe racer enthusiasts that wanted more than what is offered by the existing monotonous and repetitive custom scene. Their first build is this beautiful 1992 BMW R80RT conversion, a bike striped to its bare essentials, cleaned up, painted with a beautiful pale blue color scheme, and converted into a true masterpiece.

This awesome ride is currently for sale through their website, you can send the guys an email for more details. Photo credit: Philipp Wulk
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Porsche have unveiled the spectacular 2015 911 Carrera GTS models. The new 911 GTS version is available in coupe and cabriolet versions, with a choice of either rear-wheel or all-wheel drive, and boasts an impressive 430hp six-cylinder engine capable of hitting 60 mph in only 3.8 seconds, and a top speed of 190mph. Check out the video of the all new 2015 Porsche 911 GTS after the jump.
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When Harley Davidson stopped production of the Buell 1125 back in 2010, the founders of Ronin Motor Works created the Ronin Concept Motorcycle, a spectacular superbike that will continue on after the demise of the Buell 1125. Ronin 47 is built around the revolutionary engine and frame of the Buell, but has had a major facelift with many mechanical and cosmetic changes to give it a furiously aggressive streetfighter look. 47 refers to the number of Ronins being made, the price tag is of $38,000. via
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Lamborghini have just unveiled at the Paris Motor Show the spectacular new Asterion LPI 910-4, a car that is clearly different from previous models, with a new, unexpected and sensual design conceived more for comfortable luxury daily cruising than for ultimate track performance. The gasoline-electric hybrid provides the option of urban driving under purely electric power, or the choice of being powered by the 610-horsepower V10 engine. Or, you can combine the two propulsion systems for a total output of 910hp (300 of which comes from the electric motors), delivering a end result of 0-62mph in 3 seconds, and an impressive top speed of 199 mph.
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Ducati have presented the Scrambler, after months of teasing, the Italian brand have finally revealed the vintage inspired motorbike at the Intermot Show in Germany. The Ducati Scrambler is a contemporary interpretation of the iconic Ducati model from the 60īs, and will be available in four distinct styles, Icon, Urban Enduro, Classic, and Full Throtle. All versions are powered by an air-cooled L-twin two-valve 803 cc engine. watch the video

You can read some of the Ducati Scramblerīs history here
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OLAF Scooters will surely add some fun to your travel and commuting experiences. The multifunctional scooter is available in two versatile styles, the OLAF Business for the business traveler, incorporates a removable carry-on suitcase, a trolley, and a kick-scooter, and the OLAF Urban, that incorporates a removable backpack, a sturdy trolley, a steerable kick-scooter, and a wooden skateboard. watch the video

OLAF Scooters have recently launched a funding campaign, you can help fund it at Kickstarter
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The EVO Utility Bike is the ultimate urban bicycle, it features a modular accessory system for great flexibility. The hybrid bicycle can be customized with various easily detachable accessories thanks to the innovative quick-connect mounts. Accessories include storage racks, cargo baskets, pannier bags, baby carriers, or even surfboard attachments, in addition, the EVO also includes front and rear lighting systems and a cable lock integrated into the frame. watch the video
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Volkswagen have unveiled the Golf Alltrack, a rugged little wagon with off-road driving ability. The Golf Alltrack is fitted with 4Motion all-wheel drive and features an increased ride height and restyled bumpers with plastic and aluminum protection plates, improving your off-roading experience. As far as engine choices go, four options will be available: a 1.8-liter turbocharged gasoline unit with 178 hp, a 1.6-liter turbocharged diesel with 109 hp, and a 2.0-liter TDI oil-burner available with 148 hp or 182 hp.
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The Kiffy Urban Tricycle is a collaboration by French designer Patrick Jouffret of design studio agency 360, and Norbert Peytour of NPinnovation. The innovative folding tricycle can be separated with ease into two completely independent sections, and the front section can be used to easily transport shopping or any other cargo. A wide range of solutions are available for customising your KIFFY, such as the color of the front plate, the frame, and various accessories. watch the video
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This stylish cup holder by Death at Sea, is the perfect accessory to compliment your beautiful fixie. Made from high quality silicone rubber to resist the elements, the sleek bicycle cup holder is ideal for carrying your iced coffee, a water bottle, or anything else you need within easy reach while riding. Available in either black or grey.
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It is the first time we feature a bike from British custom builder Auto Fabrica, and boy what a beauty this is. Bujar Muharremi and his crew work essentially on Yamaha SR250s, this is already the 4th to roll out of their London Garage. Named Type 4, this elegant and simple build, has been reduced to the essentials and weighs less than 130kg, making it the perfect ride for commuting in a busy city.


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