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Innesenti | The Ultimate Sports Machine

Designed by Trevor Innes, INNESENTI was designed from scratch using Formula 1 and Indy Car Racing Technology he created an incredibly fast machine, with awesome braking and handling. Carefully thought out and tested ergonomics coupled to an unbelievably comfortable seat make the the most practical man powered sports machine in the world.



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X132 HELLCAT SPEEDSTER | Image

X132 HELLCAT SPEEDSTER

Confederate Motorcycles have rolled out the spectacular all-new X132 Hellcat Speedster, the perfect fusion of power, strength and beauty. The original X132 Hellcat was a huge success for the brand, but how could you make it even better? Bring in a former Ducati designer, thats how! Built from the finest materials including carbon finer and billet aluminum, the beast is equipped with a 132 inch V twin engine delivering an impressive 120hp and putting out 140 torques,...
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SAMBA XRS ELECTRIC JETSKI | BY SILVEIRA CUSTOMS | Image

SAMBA XRS ELECTRIC JETSKI | BY SILVEIRA CUSTOMS

The samba XRS electric jetski runs on electric power but still provides the same excitment of the gas-powered jetskis, only it eliminates the anoying noise and toxic emissions. Powered by twin direct-drive propulsion pods and a battery system, it can run a top speed of 65 mph. Should be unvailed this summer....
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UNU ELECTRIC SCOOTER

Unu is a new electric scooter with vintage looks and a portable battery unit that can be virtually charged anywhere, at any standard wall outlet. The e-scooter has a battery range of up-to 30 miles (it has a slot for an optional second battery that doubles the range), a top speed of 28mph and weighs just 127 pounds (approximately half of a Vespa), making it so versatile that you can weave through any traffic. Uni drives fully electric, this means you do not pollute ...
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