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Oto Cycles

Oto Cycles from Barcelona, design classic vintage style bikes powered by an electric motor. Several styles are available, all with bold, retro, 1950s inspired designs. The OtoR model featured here, comes complete with an LCD display, a Brooks saddle and a choice of a 750w motor enabling it to travel at speeds of up to 34mph. Youll have the feeling of driving a retro motorcycle, while enjoying the environment with its silent motor. All models are handmade and can be fully customized with a choice of colors, tires, saddles, motor, battery and other components.



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Rain Prisk Off-Road Concepts

If you ask most people to think about an off-road vehicle, a pickup truck or a Jeep might spring to mind, unless you are Rain Prisk and can see an off-road vehicle in almost any supercar from such renowned brands as Ferrari, McLaren, and Porsche. The visual artist has a serious appetite for over-the-top off-road vehicles, he takes some of the worlds fastest track cars, and transformes them into frighteningly fast off-road vehicles modified for their surroundings wi...
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1956 MASERATI 200SI | FOR SALE

Here is a chance to own something truly special, the first Maserati 200 S ever built! This stunning piece of machinery has significant historic importance and occupies a place of distinction in the history of Maserati sports racing cars, winning many races back in the 50s and driven by the likes of Stirling Moss and Giuseppe Farina. The one of a kind sports car features an impeccable 2.0 litre 187hp engine sourced from a Formula 2 car, and a unique aluminium body t...
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Coyote BMW R nineT

At the request of BMW Motorrad, Spanish customizer Fuel Motorcycles have worked their magic on the popular BMW R nineT Urban G/S. Named "Coyote", the beastly ride was lightened up and stripped down, and transformed into a modern dual sport bike with more pronounced off-road ability, while sticking closely to the styling cues of the glory days of the original R80 GS. It received upgrades such as a smaller fuel tank from a Suzuki GT 250, an auxiliary tank to house the...
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