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Knog Oi Bell

The Oi Bell by Knog is a minimalist and high quality built bike bell. It´s meant to discretely blend on to the handlebar in a subtle way. Made from high end materials, you may choose your own style from copper, aluminum, brass or even a pricy but stylish titanium one. The sound it produces is very audible and may very well keep you safe and out of traffic trouble. It also comes in two different sizes to best fit your bike. An interesting add-on after market item that will surely come in handy for this fast paced market segment of urban bike commuters that love their rides and wish to upgrade them in style.



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Yamaha 04GEN | Image

Yamaha 04GEN

Yamaha have recently unveiled the fourth concept model of Yamaha´s Gen series, featuring semi-transparent body panels and a frame with a flowing, organic design. The impressive 04GEN features a monocoque frame that resembles the basic structure of a Vespa, and a semi-transparent resin bodywork allowing the internal structure of the scooter to be displayed. But the standout feature is undoubtedly the pivoting rear side panels that can be lifted to look like insect wi...
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ROLLS ROYCE CULLINAN

Rolls Royce have introduced their first all-terrain SUV - the Cullinan, an impressive all-wheel drive off-roader with go-anywhere abilities. Powered by a 6.75-litre twin-turbo V12 engine that delivers 563 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque, this five-seater SUV has a top speed of 155 mph. Other details include self-leveling and electronically controlled air suspension, six terrain modes to choose from,  and 22-inch wheels. Inside their is no shortage of tech, a...
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1982 FJ43 Aspen

This spectacular Toyota FJ43 from 1982 is the latest masterpiece to roll out of the FJ Company workshop, it is their most modern build done to date. Called "The Aspen Project” it was commissioned "to be a purpose-built, family-friendly beast that could take on the rigors of everyday highway driving as well as the back-country near Aspen, Colorado” the company says. Based on a 1982 Toyota FJ43 Land Cruiser, this beast was fully restored and now hosts a 4.5-liter Toyo...
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