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Bike Spikes | By Cesar Van Rongen

Innovative product by Dutch designer Cesar Van Rongen, the bike spikes are the equivalent of snow chains but for bicycles. Riding in snowy conditions and ice is not an easy task, with this in mind Cesar created these bike spikes. They are made of six flexible parts that attach together with a metal wire in order to tighten onto the bike wheel. They can be placed and removed very quickly, and when not in need can be folded into a small compact bag. Watch the video
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1962 PORSCHE EMORY SPECIAL ROADSTER | Image

1962 PORSCHE EMORY SPECIAL ROADSTER

Rod Emory restores Porsche 356 coupes and convertibles at his shop in northern Los Angeles. His company "Emory Motosports” are specialists in customising the Porsche 356s since the late 1980s. The timeless model was taken out of production in 1956 but has since remained a favorite of car collectors worldwide. Emory Outlaws feature subtle restyling and are fitted with race and rally-inspired accessories, with prices ranging from $175,000 to $250,000 plus the cost o...
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COWBOY ELECTRIC BICYCLE | Image

COWBOY ELECTRIC BICYCLE

Bicycle commuters rejoice! The Cowboy Electric Bicycle features a stealthy look and an array of mighty impressive design features that will make your travel commute a breeze. The sleek and powerful e-bike is equipped with a 252 WH, key-secured battery, hidden in the seatpost, offering up to 30 miles of unassisted range from a 2.5 hour charge time. The intelligent speed and torque sensors kick in the motor-assistance system for when you need a boost. Weig...
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1975 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale | Image

1975 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale

Introduced back in 1973, the Lancia Stratos was one of the most successful World Rally Championship cars of all time. This rare production Stradale version (one of just 492 examples built) benefited from a recent restoration to concours standards, being treated to a cosmetic refurbishment including a quality refinish in blue and re-appointment of the interior. Work done is said to have cost in excess of $60,000, and with a modest 29,800 kilometers (18,517 miles) cur...
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