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Icon E-flyer Electric Bike

Icon is a Californian builder known for their custom jeeps and trucks. Recentlly the brand has expanded its focus, and this week has presented a very cool electric bike. The ICON E-Flyer is inspired by the board racers of the World War I era, each is handmade and is equipped with a 3,500 watt Brushless DC Hub-Motor giving it a top speed of 35mph, and a 52v Li-NMC battery pack, good for up to 35 miles of sustained propulsion on a single charge. Limited to only 50 pieces. via




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QUANT E-SPORTLIMOUSINE

The spectacular QUANT E-Sportlimousine was first presented at the 2014 Geneva motor show back in March as a concept vehicle, but now the four seater electric sportscar has just been approved for use on public roads. The car was developed by Swiss company nanoFLOWCELL and is powered by a salt water nanoFLOWcell system that drives energy through the carís four electric motors (one per wheel). Powered exclusively by salt water, this beast is packed with a mind-blowing ...
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MORV EXPLORE TRAILER

Manley trailers are inspired by the iconic Military M416 trailer, but with the finish, strength, looks and features sought out by todays overlander and weekend camper. Their rugged and lightweight Explore model is powder coated for long lasting, features premium LED lighting, a locking aluminum lid, a custom made truck quality bed mat, a rooftop tent, and a hitch mounted recovery hook so you can rescue your buddies without unhooking the trailer. ...
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YAMAHA VIRAGO | BY DOCS CHOPS

Another stunning custom Yamaha by Greg Hageman from Docs Chops. We had featured recently another of his customs, a Mid-80s Virago Cafe built for Season Two of Cafe Racer on the Discovery Channel. His latest build is this radical 1982 Yamaha Virago transformation, another eye-popping café racer. Check out Gregīs talent for transforming rusty bikes into beautiful machines on his website. source images by: erick runyon...
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