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Sub G1

Combining technologies from the motorbike with the sensations you can have driving a car, the SUB G1 is an interesting concept sports car, designed more for the circuit, it has the particularity of beeing composed by traditional two front wheels and a rear axle with one wheel, similar to a motorcycle. It was designed by American designer Jay Brett.



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NINER ADVENTURE BIKE

The Niner RLT 9 Steel is an awesome rack mount-equipped bike purpose built for adventure, from the guys at ninerbikes. Featuring a longer chain stay, lower bottom bracket and slacker head tube angles, itīs sure to provide a smooth and comfortable ride but still maintaining good road feedback. Made from high grade trustworthy Reynolds 853 steel, air hardened and heat treated, with this ninerbikes frame youīll be sure to get superior craftsmanship, and the use of prem...
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BICYCLE BRAKE LIGHT

The clever Fabric FLR30 Light packs a lot of safety innovation into a small package. The 30-lumen taillight makes clever use of an incorporated accelerometer to increase brightness as speed falls. The result is a dual-purpose light that alerts traffic when you intend to slow down or stop in order to get driversī attention and making sure they see you. The R30 is compact, reliable, USB-rechargeable, and burns for between eight and 12 hours depending on the setting. I...
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HALFBIKE

Halfbike is an innovative transportation tricycle, designed for short commuting trips and for leisure or fitness purposes. According to the creators, Halfbike brings a completely new experience - it combines running and cycling. The riderīs position is upright and higher up than a traditional bike, and for turning simply lean your body left or right as it moves, giving you a feeling of gliding. Halfbike is a remarkably quick and fun way to cycle to work, and is comp...
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