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Buzzraw Electric Cruiser

Coast Cycles have introduced an electrified version of their awesome little cruiser. The Buzzraw is an electric urban cruiser inspired by american mini-bikes from the 1970s, and features an extra-long saddle with room to fit another passenger, if you want some company during your commute. The e-bike includes chunky three-inch rubber tires (you can choose slick or knobby) that roll over anything with ease, and is available in a variety of options, from the entry level X4 8 speed, to the E250w that can cruise comfortably at 30kph (18mph), and the mental E1000w assisted version that can zip around at speeds of 60kph (37mph). Several accessories are also available such as fenders, a cargo net, foot pegs and cargo racks.



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Unite Modular LED Light Bar System

The Unite Modular LED Light Bar System lets you custom configure a LED light bar to your exact needs. The unique off-road lighting system uses slide-and-lock components, so you can easily customize it as often as you want. Each 2000-lumen light module features a 4-LED advanced optic design that comes in 8 different styles to match your lighting needs, each one sporting its own combo of beam pattern, LED color, and faceplate design. Rails come in a variety of lengths...
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LDN BORN MUTT MOTORCYCLE

The awesome LDN Born Mutt Motorcycle, is a cool collaboration of London-based industrial design brand Buster + Punch with Mutt Motorcycles. Designed for "The Everyman”, the four-stroke 125cc Mutt Motorcycle was inspired by London’s fashion, music and famed biker cultures. It features rugged 18” Twinduro tires, custom upholstered seats, and a tinted yellow headlight with a grill to recall the durable thriftiness of classic cafe racers. Available in a limited run of o...
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1958 PORSCHE 356 EMORY SPECIAL

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. Dubbed the "Emory Special", this modern take on the classic sports car has been updated with some premium flourishes for the exterior and interior, plus several ...
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