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Gant City Bike

This limited-to-25 edition, single-speed cruiser bike features retro styling with hand stitched leather handlebars, a Brooks leather saddle with attached tool bag, hand-welded lugs, a sculptural LED headlamp, a unique enamel head badge, and large, off-white tires for a smooth ride.



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TINNIE 10 VESSEL | Image

TINNIE 10 VESSEL

TINNIE 10 is the latest project by Joey Ruiter, a designer we have featured several times before, with innovative products such as the Growler City Bike, the Inner City Bike, and the Lo-Ruiter Longboard. Built from thick lightweight aluminum, the small portable vessel weighs only 173 lbs (79kg) and features white oak plank flooring, xorel upholstered seating, a 6hp 4-stroke motor (electric option available) and has room for 2 adults. The long range goal for this din...
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VAGABUND BMW R100R | Image

VAGABUND BMW R100R

Vagabond Moto from Austria, are specialists in exploring the creative possibilities within the inspiring world of vintage motorcycles. Their main focus is to build unique pieces of art that must be great to ride too, such as this new build, a beastly BMW R100R, a healthy mix of a scrambler and cafe racer in one bike. Before getting their hands dirty, the guys drew up a sketch (see below), itís cool to see that the sketch is almost identical to the actual bike....
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1954 FERRARI 500 MONDIAL SPIDER | FOR SALE | Image

1954 FERRARI 500 MONDIAL SPIDER | FOR SALE

This has to be one of the most iconic cars made by Ferrari, arguably the most beautiful sports car ever built. Designed by Pininfarina, the stunning 1954 Ferrari 500 Mondial Spider Series I is packed with a 160 hp 2-liter engine, powerful enough to reach 150 mph. This unique car in pristine condition will be up for grabs soon at RM auctions, only 22 of these were built, so expect this rarity to go for around $2Mil. via...
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