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Custom Kits | By Moto Guzzi

Italian motorcycle manufacturer Moto Guzzi are following the custom motorbike craze and have made available for purchase several custom kits to help you personalize your ride as a cafe racer, scrambler, or any style that sparks your imagination. The kits are aimed at the brandīs V7 Motorbike, but as you might be aware, customizing a motorbike is all about being original and mixing different parts while leaving full creativity to the craftsman. via



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SOLOWHEEL

Solowheel, as itīs name implies, is a new mode of city transport with only one wheel. It features an electric motor assisted by two gyroscopes to maintain balance on the vehicle and two footrests. This new invention is capable of achieving 19 km/h, weighs 9 kg, and the battery has a range of 19 km....
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ELEKTROKATZE STREET BIKE

ELEKTROKATZE is a new street style bike designed by ChowPourianLab, a Hong Kong-based design studio lead by Sonia Chow and Huschang Pourian. The cool fixed-gear bike features a handmade steel frame, shortened handlebars and 20" wheels. The ELEKTROKATZE city bike is still is testing mode, but should be available soon....
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TAURUS URBAN TRANSPORTATION CONCEPT | BY ERIK LANUZA | Image

TAURUS URBAN TRANSPORTATION CONCEPT | BY ERIK LANUZA

The Taurus as the designer hails it, is a zero emission, open-top, saddle-ridden vehicle that moves on two wheels. Essentially an enhanced Segway with a saddle, the all-electric vehicle needs to be controlled by the body balance of  the rider. You can control the speed by leaning forward or backward, while the steering wheel can be used to change the direction on curves, apart from your body balance....
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