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Yamaha Sr250 | By Auto Fabrica

It is the first time we feature a bike from British custom builder Auto Fabrica, and boy what a beauty this is. Bujar Muharremi and his crew work essentially on Yamaha SR250s, this is already the 4th to roll out of their London Garage. Named Type 4, this elegant and simple build, has been reduced to the essentials and weighs less than 130kg, making it the perfect ride for commuting in a busy city.



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LUCETTA MAGNETIC BIKE LIGHTS

The Lucetta is a set of two small magnetic lights that attach to any metal part on your bike, and are guaranteed to stay securely in place even on the bumpiest street. The two small lights (1 red and 1 white) can easily be removed to avoid theft, and connected to each other turning into one compact object for easy storage. watch the video Available for purchase in Europe here ...
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MERCEDES BENZ AMG GT

After many spy shots and months of speculations, the spectacular Mercedes-AMG GT has finally be presented. After saying goodbye to the SLS model with a final edition, about a year ago, Mercedes-Benz now presents the brand new AMG GT, with a longer front and a slightly wider rear than its predecessor. Powered by an impressive AMG 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine, this beast comes with 462 hp, and can go from zero to 60 mph in a mere 4 seconds, and hit a top speed of 189mp...
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VRUM CATTIVA E-BIKE

Cattiva is a new e-bike from Vrum Bike. An assisted hybrid bike that ensures extra speed and efficiency. The idea behind the Cattiva is that you will only get some electric power when you really need it, say for a little sprint or a hill that gets in the way, other than that, it´s just a normal bike, although much lighter than a regular one. When you´re going downhill or braking just turn your pedals the other way and the batteries will charge with the inertial move...
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