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Elektrokatze Street Bike

ELEKTROKATZE is a new street style bike designed by ChowPourianLab, a Hong Kong-based design studio lead by Sonia Chow and Huschang Pourian. The cool fixed-gear bike features a handmade steel frame, shortened handlebars and 20" wheels. The ELEKTROKATZE city bike is still is testing mode, but should be available soon.



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TYRES BUILT TO BE SEEN | BY CYGLO | Image

TYRES BUILT TO BE SEEN | BY CYGLO

Cyglo is a unique, patented invention designed to revolutionise cycling safety. Using high powered LED lights embedded in the tread or wall of the tyres, Cyglo Tyre creates a ring of light that maximises visibility on today’s busy roads. Switched using a motion sensor within the tyre, The LED bulbs can either flash or be permanently on, so when the wheel turns at any speed, a high visibility ring of light is formed whilst continually and perpetually creating it’s ow...
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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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DODGE DEMON

Meet the world’s fastest production car, the mind-blowing 840hp Dodge Challenger SRT Demon. The impressive muscle car is powered by a supercharged HEMI V8 making 840 hp, and 770 lb-ft of torque with a higher rev limit of 6,500 rpm. The street-legal, drag strip-ready beast, from standstill, will hit 30 mph (48 km/h) in 1 second, 60 mph (97 km/h) in 2.3 seconds and cover the quarter mile in a staggering 9.65 seconds at 140 mph (225 km/h). In addition, it c...
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