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Billy Electric BMX

Equipped with a 500-watt motor, the Billy proclaims to be a blend between a BMX and motocross bike. The compact urban bike features a 13.6-Ah Samsung lithium-ion battery located inside the top tube of the 6061 aluminum frame, powering a 500W Bafang rear hub motor, and providing a top speed of 20mph. The foldable e-bike also features a range of approximately 41 miles (66 km) per charge, 20-inch wheels, four-inch fat tires, a carbon belt drive, mechanical disc brakes, a 5-volt USB charging port, and a motorcycle-inspired twist throttle. watch the video below



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GARIA | LUXURY GOLF CARTS | Image

GARIA | LUXURY GOLF CARTS

Garia produce luxury Golf carts, they are built in the same factory that manufactures cars such as Porsche, Opel and the Fisker Karma. The carts are built from some of the finest components in the industry and are available in several styles. Our pick is the Garia 2+2 a stylish cart capable of carrying 4 passengers, ideal for daily errands and quick commutes....
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HELLCAT COMBAT MOTORCYCLE BY CONFEDERATE | Image

HELLCAT COMBAT MOTORCYCLE BY CONFEDERATE

The Combat by Matt Chambers Confederate Motorcycle Company of Birmingham, features a design specific hand ported and polished head design, special camshaft grind, retuned intake system and retuned exhaust system, which harmoniously result in a 12% gain in rear wheel horsepower and a 4% increase in rear wheel torque. Only 20 editions will ever exist....
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EHANG184 ONE-SEATER DRONE

Chinese drone maker Ehang are taking the game one step further, unveiling the Ehang184, a one-seater drone that can carry you around. The autonomous aerial vehicle employs four arms and eight propellers to transport a person (up to 220 lbs) at speeds reaching 62-miles-per-hour. The 500-lb quadcopter lets the user control navigation through an on-board app, where you can choose a destination, then simply sit back and relax as the drone takes over. watch the inspirati...
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