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Carhartt Fixed Gear Bike | By Charge

UK based company Charge and Carhartt have joined forces to create the perfect of a single-speed and a fixed gear bike. Charge is a UK based bicycle company specialising in simple yet functional bicycles and frames with a distinct and contemporary styling. The flip-flop hub on the back wheel can be turned around. With a single speed on one side of the hub and a fixed gear on the other side, you just have to turn around the back wheel, remove the brakes, and the result is a classic style fixed gear bike. Magic!!



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BLINK QU4TRO ELECTRIC LONGBOARD | Image

BLINK QU4TRO ELECTRIC LONGBOARD

Blink Qu4tro is a spectacular electric Longboard by Acton. What makes it stand out? Besides the awesome looks, the Blink Qu4tro features a 4WD hub motor system (utilizes all four wheels), a distinct hexagonal deck, aluminum and carbon fiber construction, integrated LED lighting for enhanced visibility at night, and it runs off a Lithium battery that provides a twenty-two mile range. And it all only weighs 17 pounds. Acton calls it the most advanced electric longboar...
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2011 TRIUMPH TIGER 800 | Image

2011 TRIUMPH TIGER 800

After months of spy shots and rumors, the new Triumph Tiger 800 has been revealed. It´s light, simple, fun, has a great motor on it and looks nice too. This bike is similar to the BMW F800GS, but has more power and torque, to be precise it comes with a 800cc Triumph daytona engine, 140hp, and 60 lb-ft torque. The bike will be available in two models, the 800, and a off-road variant named the Xc....
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Volkswagen e-BULLI Electric Microbus | Image

Volkswagen e-BULLI Electric Microbus

Volkswagen has teamed up with Stuttgart-based EV-conversion company eClassics, for this gorgeous all-electric Microbus based on the classic T1 Samba Bus produced in 1966. Named e-BULLI, the vintage Volkswagen-turned EV had its original 32 kW four-cylinder boxer engine replaced with a VW modern 61 kW electric motor, giving it two times the torque than the original combined with a top speed of 80 mph (130 kph). The vintage Kombi also features a retuned chassis, a...
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