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Triumph Rumbler | By Tridays

Triumph Scrambler, as you might of noticed, is one of our favorite motorbikes, we have featured some very cool custom Scramblers, by Spirit of the Seventies, and most recently a private custom by Jim Good. The guys from Tridays have customized this scrambler to perfection, they named it "The Rumbler". The bike accentuates the Scramblerís classic good looks, and cranks the performance up a notch.

sources: GBlog, Bikexif




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2013 ARRINERA SUPERCAR

Arrinera is a supercar manufacturer based in Warsaw Poland. Their first car will be available for purchase in 2015, the sporty coupe was designed by Pavlo Burkatskyy and renowned British car designer Lee Noble, they were inspired by the radar-evading stealth fighter aircraft, but there is no denying a Lamborghini feel to the car. The car is made from carbon fiber and Kevlar composites making it very lightweight, it features a V8 650hp engine and is capable of reachi...
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FIBRE FLARE

Regular bike lights light up brightly in a one primary direction (uni-directional), and generally work well for traffic approaching from behind you, but what about traffic coming from the side and other angles? Meet Fibre Flare, the worlds first truly omni-directional bike light, it allows cyclists to be seen from all angles and directions rather than just from the front or rear. Available from amazon Available in Europe here...
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FLASH SMART ELECTRIC BIKE

The Flash Smart Electric Bike is not just another e-bike on the market, itís the 2.0 version of it, it has been designed form the ground up to be an electric bike, so all of its features were thought as such. You get a sturdy looking and hefty all terrain aluminum frame with integrated battery that will get you enough juice for up to 50 miles, depending on the use you make of the assist level. You get three different levels of assistance, you even get a full throttl...
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