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Douze Cycles Cargobike

This French brand presents a new generation of cargo bikes. Think your bike is not at all handy to carry things? Well so did these guys! The Douze Cycles are practical and you can choose between a range of two cargo schemes that best suit your needs. With a standard front loading platform or an extra long loading platform you can easily adjust it to what you want to do. One of its greatest features is the interchangeable platform lock, with a few clicks you can switch platforms or even disassemble it, making it easier to transport it with you, on your car for your vacation, for instance. So if you just want to go shopping, or moving your dishwasher, or just taking your small children for a spin, there are nice child seats you can buy from them to go with it, and nice and rugged cargo pouches too. watch the video



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1943 Dodge WC51 & 1943 Harley-Davidson WL | Image

1943 Dodge WC51 & 1943 Harley-Davidson WL

Auction house Hyman have a unique listing, a chance to own this Dodge WC51 and an accompanying Harley-Davidson WL from 1943. Powered by a robust 230 cubic inch flathead inline six engine, the Dodge WC51 is a 3/4-ton four-wheel-drive truck designed to transport weapons or troops during the second World War. The canvas cab roof, seats, and other more delicate appointments are in fantastic shape, including a standard issue WWII-spec shovel, weapons, axe, camouflage net...
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FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 LAGUNA SECA | Image

FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 LAGUNA SECA

It was in 1969 that Ford authorized the construction of the fastest and most powerful Mustang ever named Boss 302. Forty-two years later, the american constructer re-opens Pandoras box and launches a new version of the Mustang Boss 302 now with 440 hp extracted from itīs V8 5.0 liters super engine. The Leguna Seca package provides even more exclusivity with improved body stiffness, strengthened chassis, and an aero package....
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MOKUMONO BIKE | Image

MOKUMONO BIKE

Amsterdam is the cycling capital of Europe, so there is no surprise some very cool bicycles are being created in the Netherlands. Inspired by the automotive industry and its innovating and automating of production processes, Mokumono decided to try and reinvent the way a bike frame is produced, using robots just like in the automotive manufacture. Instead of the traditional tubes, the main part of the frame is made from two sheets of 7000-grade aluminum. To allow fo...
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