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Volkswagen Aqua Concept

Imagined by young Chinese designer, 21 year old Yuhan Zhang, a recent graduate in Industrial Design with honors from the University Xihua-China, the "Volkswagen Aqua" is an amazing concept, a hybrid vehicle half way between a car and a hovercraft. The vehicle is powered by Hydrogen and propelled by impellers.



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MOTOPED CRUZER | Image

MOTOPED CRUZER

Motoped first sent the internet into a frenzy with their spectacular Survival Bike kit, now the brand have presented their latest creation, the Motoped Cruzer. Inspired by the iconic early 1900ís board-track racer, the sleek ride features a brushed stainless steel tank, billet aluminum and brass accents, genuine wood fenders, and a comfortable spring-seat wrapped in aged leather. You can choose to pedal, or hit the throttle and you are instantly and easily cruising ...
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RAZIK LIGHTWEIGHT BIKES

Razik is a bicycle company that specializes in high end road and mountain bikes, handmade in the United States using an exclusive and unique latticework of Isotruss tubing, a state of the art technology that is functional as it is eye catching. Each Razik Bicycle is painstakingly crafted and fitted by hand in-house at their headquarters in Lindon, Utah.  Each frame has been carefully engineered to optimize rider power transfer while reducing energy robbing road...
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BOBBER KONG | BY UNTITLED MOTORCYCLES

Another beauty from "Untitled Motorcycles", a custom bike workshop in Camden, London. The Bobber Kong is a custom built bike based on a low and mean Kawasaki VN800 bobber. This mean machine is available for purchase, if interested just send Untitled Motorcycles an email. We have featured some of their bikes before, check them out by here...
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