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CeramicSpeed Chainless Drivetrain

Yes you read the title right, this revolutionary drivetrain eliminates the need for derailleurs and chains! The award-winning Driven Drivetrain by CeramicSpeed is poised to radically change bicycling as we know it. The system features a unique carbon fiber shaft-driven bearing gear (similar to those used on cars) causing a lot less friction (creates 49% less friction than chain and derailleur setup, and reduces drag) leading to a more durable system and resulting in an extremely smooth movement. This also means that the efficiency jumps through the roof to a whopping 99%. watch the video below



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IF MODE | AREAWARE | Image

IF MODE | AREAWARE

The clean and striking IF Mode is aimed at commuters of the mobile generation who, until now, may have not considered cycling or folding bikes to be an option. IF Mode avoids oily chains, complex tubes with hidden dirt traps, and the clutter of traditional bike features....
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2015 CHAK MOTORS MOLOT

Chak Motors is a Russian motorcycle company based in St. Petersburg, and founded by Igor Chak a Russian born American designer. The Company specializes in designing, producing custom, handmade motorcycles. Molot is basically a heavily modified 2013 Honda CBR 1000RR ABS version, fully striped of everything down to the frame, engine and the wheels, and rebuilt as an aggressive, aerodynamic and technologically advanced 1000cc superbike. Available now for pre-order with...
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LUCRA LC470

The LC470 is light, stiff, powerful, fast and perfectly balanced convertible sports racing car. A one-piece carbon fiber body fits the tubular steel chassis like a glove. Depending on the choice of GM motors mated to a close-ratio Tremec gearbox, the LC470 offers 0-60 in 3.4 seconds, a standing quarter mile in 9.1 secs, 150 mph over the mile line and top speeds above 180 mph....
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