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Bultaco Moto-Bike

The Bultaco Brinco is a pure off-road electric bike that fuses the adrenaline provided by its electric power, and the physical experience of independent pedaling. The Brinco R Moto-Bike is powered by a 2000 watt, rear hub mounted motor, and features front and rear hydraulic disc brakes and nine derailleur style gears. The electric engine has three modes – Eco, Touring and Sport. Eco mode gives the rider up to 800 watts and up to around 50 miles of electric-assisted pedaling, the Touring mode will give you higher speeds in the region of 20 to 25 mph, and the Sport mode will offer a maximum speed up to 38 mph. watch the video below



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BAMBOO CYCLES

We have already showcased some bicycles here before, but this is something quite different. The Bamboocycle UH-02 features a frame almost entirely made out of(you´ve guessd it) bamboo! This material was chosen to increase strength and weather endurance. The bike weighs 8.8kg and is extremely stylish....
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TUF RACK

Typical mountain bike racks often fit poorly or break easily, Tuf Rack is a recent company founded to eliminate this problem. The Tuf Rack is an indestructible hitch mounted, modular bike carrier built to withstand the use and abuse of hardcore riders. Trays come in multiple variations to fit mountain bikes as well as bmx bikes....
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ICON BRONCO

Icon is California´s premiere builder of custom jeeps and trucks. We did a feature on one of their models sometime ago, the stunning Icon CJ3B Jeep, a recreation of a timeless classic... the Jeep Willys. Icon´s latest addition is a collaboration from Icon founder and designer Jonathan Ward with Ford and Nike. The Icon BR was inspired by the "66-77" Ford Bronco and features an impressive Ford Mustang GT 5.0-liter V8, 412 Hp, 390trq engine! Watch the video...
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