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Honda U3-x Unicycle

This spectacular means of transport, uses balancing technology, developed originally for the Honda Asimo, the robot developed by Honda. It weighs just over 10kg, it features a padded seat, small folding pedals, a lithium battery which gives autonomy to the U3-X about an hour, and has a top speed of 6.4 km / h. Check out the amazing video! thanks Gonša for the link.



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BMW R nineT Pure | Image

BMW R nineT Pure

BMW Motorrad have expanded their R nineT series with the addition of the BMW R nineT Pure, a roadster reduced to the essentials and the classic, old-school half-faired sports motorcycle. The sleek bike will feature the same 110 horsepower air/oil-cooled 1170cc Boxer engine found in other R nineT models, mated to a 6-speed transmission. Just like the standard R nineT, the new model features the same modular frame design that lets you truly build a unique ride of your...
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DUCATI DIAVEL AMG | SPECIAL EDITION | Image

DUCATI DIAVEL AMG | SPECIAL EDITION

Ducati and Mercedes-AMG have produced a spicier new version of the Diavel, the AMG Special Edition. The Diavel is already a very special bike, but will be presented with an even more exclusive equipment thanks to the technology of AMG. The AMG details are obvious in the upholstery and exhaust tips. The 162hp bike, worthy of dark knight will only be available in 2012. ...
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2015 URAL GEAR-UP

Carry your gear (or people) in style on your next adventure ride with the 2015 Ural Gear-Up motorcycle. The Gear-Up provides you space for your everyday needs, whether its camping gear, food, or other bulky stuff, youll no longer need to worry about strapping it to your bike, or back. The rugged Gear-up is designed to take a beating, and if terrain gets rough, you can quickly change between single-wheel drive and the unbelievable traction of dual-wheel drive with th...
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