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Bmw E-scooter

The e-Scooter designed by BMW, stands out for its innovative design, it has no mirrors, and is equipped with two cameras by the rear lights that tell the rider about what goes on in the back, through information available on two LCD screens. The BMW e-scooter has a range of 60 miles and a performance equivalent to a convencional motor scooter of 400-500cc. The scooter can be charged in less than 3 hours through a conventional socket.

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The Trefecta DRT is a new precision engineered high performance, all-terrain e-bike. The bicycle/motorbike fusion can hit a top speed of 40MPH, and can run for more than 60 miles on a single charge. Made from military-spec aluminum, the beefy e-bike features a 14-speed Rohlof Speedhub, a SmeshGear transmission, 26-inch carbon fiber wheels, and Schwalbe mountain bike tires. A computer mounted at the center of the handlebars, lets the user control riding modes, suspen...
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Italian automaker Lamborghini have unveiled the mind blowing Lamborghini Veneno Roadster. The spectacular super-car has no roof at all and will be equipped with an impressive 750 hp 6.5-liter V12 engine capable of moving this beast to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds, and blast it to a top speed of 221 mph! Only nine Veneno Roadster models will be available for purchase, so get out your check book fast....
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Schindelhauer Ludwig VIII Brooks Edition

Schindelhauer is a German brand that produce timeless, minimalist, elegant bicycles. Their latest offering is this collaboration with Brooks to celebrate their 150th anniversary. The Schindelhauer Ludwig VIII Brooks Edition is a striking mix of new and old, it features a matte-finish aluminum frame with Brooks-worthy copper details that really stand out. The belt-driven bike features eight-gear hubs by Shimano Alfine, seatbolt and Brooks Slender Cambium grips, and a...
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