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Juiced Electric Scrambler

The cool Juiced Electric Scrambler is a fresh option in the sizzling market of e-bikes, because itís now so competitive, companies have to come up with new ideas and concepts to set themselves apart from other offers on the market. That is exactly the case with this model, the Juiced Electric Scrambler is an e-bike that will easily let you commute daily in your city but itíll add some fun should you wish to get a little bit crazy on some off-road trails. It features nice tech specs: up to 35 miles of range, top speed of 28mph, front and rear disc brakes, fat tires to ensure comfort and off road capacity, two e-engine options (52 Volt with 750 or 1,100 Watts), LED lights and a 9 gear Shimano speed cassette. In addition to that you get this hybrid design of a vintage look with a modern update that will stay in the retina of their viewers. watch the video below



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HUSQVARNA 256 THAGE | Image

HUSQVARNA 256 THAGE

6/5/4 Motors is a Stockholm based workshop that builds customised motorcycles. Their latest creation is this cool conversion of a rare (only a thousand were ever produced) Husqvarna 256, a bike that was developed in 1968 specifically for the Swedish defense force. Named "ThageĒ the original bike was fitted with longer shocks, new drum brakes, new exhaust system, knobby tires, a small Bates-style headlight, a small LED tail light, and a new lick of paint, from the ta...
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Hookie Honda CB750

Dresden-based motorcycle shop Hookie Co have rolled out of their workshop, this stunning 1978 Honda CB750 K7 conversion. The entire bike was stripped down for a clean minimalist look that is sure to get cafe racer purists excited. Named "Wolf", the classic CB750 is still recognizable, but everything else is modern, it was fitted with LED lighting and signals, Motoscope speedometer, M.Switches, a Spark Universal GP exhaust, along with a new leather seat that makes th...
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ICON ELECTRIC 1949 MERCURY COUPE | Image

ICON ELECTRIC 1949 MERCURY COUPE

Jonathan Wardīs company, Icon, has been bringing a fresh perspective to custom vehicle design, with amazing custom rebuilds of classic vehicles of the past. The latest gem to roll out of their workshop is this spectacular 1949 Mercury Coupe, a car that looks old on the outside, but is new on the inside. Part of the Derelict series, the unique car has an untouched-looking exterior, with an overdone patina that looks cool over the greyish green paint. Underneath tough...
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