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Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet

The impressive Mercedes-Maybach G650 Landaulet is an AMG V12-engined convertible mercedes G-class beast. The off-road limo, is equipped with a 621 bhp engine and 737 pound-feet of torque paired with a four-wheel-drive system, portal axles, electric fabric top and exclusive equipment specification in the rear compartment. The rear seats are equipped with a calf rest, can be fully reclined and come with heated massages. Other features include an electronically folding fabric roof, a comfortable writing surface, two 10-inch entertainment systems and a glass partition that can be changed from transparent to opaque for maximum privacy. This luxury all-terrain vehicle is strictly limited to 99 units.



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TRIUMPH T120 BOBBER | Image

TRIUMPH T120 BOBBER

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from France. French BMX rider Christophe Tonton wanted a hardtail Triumph bobber, he contacted French custom builders Southsiders MC to start working on his dream. This impressive build started off as a Triumph T120, it was stripped down of all extraneous parts and fitted with Dunlop tyres, a custom frame, a custom exhaust, and finished overall with a raw, utilitarian aesthetic. Check out some more photos of this spectacular m...
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ELECTRON WHEEL

Convert your traditional bike into a electric bike in seconds with the Electron Wheel. This unique, practical and brilliant design makes cycling easy and effortless, it contains a powerful motor, smart sensors, and an efficient battery that deliver plenty of kick to your ride. Simply remove the front wheel off your current bike and throw on the Electron Wheel, no tools, no hassle, its that simple. Then, just use your bike like you always have, but enjoy the ease of ...
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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE BOBBER | Image

TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE BOBBER

Triumph has revealed the new Bonneville Bobber, and boy does it look stunning. With styling inspired by bobbers from the 1940s, this new Triumph is stripped to the bare essentials. It is powered by a liquid-cooled 1200cc parallel twin engine that is mated to a 6-speed transmission with a torque-assist clutch and chain final drive. It has a classic softail end, hiding the rear shock under the seat, and features many other touches to complete the classic bobber look, ...
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