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1980 Honda Cb 750 | By Cdr Motorcycles

CRD(Cafe Racer Dreams) Motorcycles is a new company based in Spain. Owner Pedro Garcia has always been an enthusiastic lover of motorsport, especially two-wheeled vehicles. He has a vast mechanical experience specializing in Japanese motorcycles of the 70s and 80s. Here we feature one of his sleek creations, the custom built Honda CB 750 kz from 1980 nicknamed "Brownie". The standout feature has to be the open space under the seat, giving the bike a minimal look and shedding a lot of visual weight. source



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BIKEPARKA

Keep your precious ride protected from the elements with these well-designed, high quality, reliable bicycle covers that keep bikes snug, dry and clean. BikeParka is made from tough polyester ripstop fabric and is weatherproof against wind and rain, it features an elasticated bottom for close fit around the wheels and eyelets for ties or small locks, it can also be adjusted to fit any seat and handle bar height. An Urban version of the cover is also available with V...
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PAL-V | PERSONAL AIR AND LAND VEHICLE

PAL-V is the first car that actually converts into a helicopter. Combining the benefits of a car and a helicopter, PAL-V shows us how our future will look like, offering unprecedented freedom, adventure, flexibility and pleasure, all in one vehicle. Fly over traffic jams, land on the other side, and drive in your own vehicle to your final destination...ultimate freedom. How cool is that! First deliveries are expected in 2014. Watch the video source...
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EHANG184 ONE-SEATER DRONE

Chinese drone maker Ehang are taking the game one step further, unveiling the Ehang184, a one-seater drone that can carry you around. The autonomous aerial vehicle employs four arms and eight propellers to transport a person (up to 220 lbs) at speeds reaching 62-miles-per-hour. The 500-lb quadcopter lets the user control navigation through an on-board app, where you can choose a destination, then simply sit back and relax as the drone takes over. watch the inspirati...
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