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Montague Paratrooper Pro

Tough, rugged, and ready for anything, the Montague Paratrooper Pro is a mountain bike developed by US Marine Corps and Montague. The bicycle was commissioned by the Pentagon, they needed a lightweight, foldable bike that could jump with special-operations forces from the sky and land prepared for action. The tactical bike can be folded quickly and has become popular with with non-military trail riders because of it´s toughness and easy fit in the trunk. The go anywhere bike is ideal for off-road exploration, it has 27 different speeds for customizable riding preferences and any obstacles, a cargo rack, kickstand, folded bike stand, and a built-in mudguard to keep things clean. Whether you are a weekend warrior or an all-around mountain biking junkie, this is one fine ride.



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DUCATI DIAVEL CROMO

With its 162hp and colossal 94lb-ft (127.5Nm) of torque, the new Ducati Diavel Cromo harnesses the immense power of the Superbike engine. Its incredible, flawless, shiny chrome tank, in contrast with the elegant glossy black elevates Diavel to a cult status. This vintage interpretation of the Diavel also features horizontal seat stitching and the classic Ducati logos....
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Zero DSR Black Forest

Electric bikes have finally come of age. We are all aware that the next step in vehicle evolution is electrical technology, Zero produces high performance, highly innovative electric motorcycles that are lightweight, efficient, fast off the line and fun to ride. Zero have now unveiled their 2020 electric motorcycle lineup, and the big news this year is the introduction of the Zero Black Forest DSR model, the most capable adventure-ready electric motorcycle on the pl...
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LAMBORGHINI RAT ROD

This 1968 Lamborghini Espada was turned into an insane hot rod and will be up for auction on January 12th via Mecum. Introduced in 1968, the Espada enjoyed a 10-year production run (only 1,200 were produced), with a styling that was controversial at the time, a sort of love it-hate it design. The "Rat Rod" was built in 2018 by Danton Art Kustoms to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Espada, and it has all the elements of hot rod style though in a m...
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