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Ducati e-Scrambler Bicycle

Ducati has launched a new Scrambler, but it is not a motorbike. Drawing inspiration from the legendary world of Scrambler motorcycles, Ducati have introduced a trekking bike with high-end components inspired by the Ducati Scrambler world. The e-Scrambler is powered by a 250-W Shimano Steps E7000 mid-drive motor for 60 Nm (44.2 lb-ft) of torque, along with a 504-Wh Shimano battery pack and Suntour XCR34 forks. There is also a rear rack included for carrying luggage, mudguards with an integrated rear light and chunky e-specific tyres from Pirelli. The end result is a good-looking "urban ready" ebike that is equally at home on city streets and open country roads.



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TANNUS TIRES

Tannus Tires made a new and great development for those of us who love riding our bikes but are always afraid of the big bad puncture that leads to a flat tire. In fact they´ve designed a solid, yet lightweight, special tire that prevents it from getting flat. Another interesting feature is that you can choose between twelve fashionable colors for the tire itself, letting you give a livelier look to your two-wheeled friend. It´s also available in eight different siz...
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New Legend Scout LSII-ONE

New Legend has a reputation for its over-the-top restomods, especially International Scout builds. Founded by Sean Barber, it is quite possibly the best Scout "retro-mod" shop in the world, they bring the iconic American SUV into the 21st century without compromising its old world charm. Up for sale is this LSII-One, a prime example of New Legend’s expert work. This pristine example has been fully restored with an overhaul that includes a GM 6.2L LS3 (430 hp) engine...
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Porsche Safari RS

An off-road Porsche! We love this, partially because its just cool looking and partially because it drives automotive purists up the wall. This spectacular 1986 Porsche 911 was transformed into an off-roading beast by famed Wisconsin racecar builder Kelly-Moss. The unique build started as an old, beat up, raced, and used up 911, it was fitted with knobby tires, a brush guard and a winch, a roof rack, front push bumper, big lights, a gorgeous carbon-fiber dash board,...
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