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Moto Rocker

Forget the rocking horse, is your kid a two-wheel enthusiast? German industrial designer Felix Monza has developed this super cool Moto Rocker, a downscaled, old-school motorcycle  designed to mimic the true feeling of life in the saddle. Built to look and feel authentic, the rocker comes complete with a one-cylinder 125cc faux engine, headlight and taillight, handmade leather seat and a framed bracket with serial number. You can choose between a cafe, brat or track racer, as well as the color of the tank. Undoubtedly though, parents and their friends will find themselves late at night on the compact rocker.



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WARDELL SAGAN APARTMENT

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