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Peugeot eF01

French automaker Peugeot have presented the world´s first electric folding bicycle, dubbed the eF01. The Peugeot eF01 aims to make inner-city commuting that little bit easier and can be folded and unfolded in as little as 10 seconds. It weighs only 37 pounds (17 kg), has a range of around 18 miles (30 km), and a top speed of 12 mph (20 km/h). The portable e-bike can be stored and charged in a dockstation, or recharged in the boot of any vehicle with a 12-volt power outlet or via a normal household plug. It takes approximately 2 hours for full charge. A Bluetooth connection on the bike allows riders to monitor charge levels and other stats via the included app. The eF01 will be available starting in the first half of 2017.



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2012 GROWLER E | 21ST CENTURY JAGUAR E-TYPE | Image

2012 GROWLER E | 21ST CENTURY JAGUAR E-TYPE

The Jaguar E-Type´s 50th anniversary is in 2011, and many still admire the stunning lines of the car. Swedish design firm Visualtech, is one of those admirers and decided to create an E-Type for the 21st century. The tribute, called the Growler 2011 Concept, is what you see above. The concept is clearly inspired by the famous Jaguar, but we can also see certain lines of the Chevrolet Corvette. Visualtech decided to build a very short series run of the cars....
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SUZUKI KATANA

Suzuki have unveiled the all-new 2019 Katana, a tribute to the ultimate 80s sportsbike. Born in 1981, the original Suzuki Katana became an instant legend for its iconic styling and for its outstanding performance. Now, lovers of that 80s motorcycle icon can celebrate as Suzuki has announced its triumphant return in the form of the Katana GSX-R1000. The new bike uses the famed original as its inspiration, with sharp-edged lines, and is powered by a 999cc GSX-R1000 en...
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BMW R80 | BY DIAMOND ATELIER | Image

BMW R80 | BY DIAMOND ATELIER

Our latest custom motorbike workshop discovery comes from Munich, Germany. Diamond Atelier was founded this summer by Tom Konecny and Pablo Steigleder, two cafe racer enthusiasts that wanted more than what is offered by the existing monotonous and repetitive custom scene. Their first build is this beautiful 1992 BMW R80RT conversion, a bike striped to its bare essentials, cleaned up, painted with a beautiful pale blue color scheme, and converted into a true masterpi...
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