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Phatfour Sidecar

You can now take your furry friend, toddler or your new flat screen TV on your e-bike very easily and in style. Phatfours fat e-bikes can now be linked to a sidecar that allows you to transport things that do not fit in a bicycle basket. The Phatfour Sidecar is easy to connect and disconnect from your eBike. For example, you can take your child to daycare, disconnect the box and cycle to work in complete freedom. With a size of 91 by 39 and 45 centimetres, it is also not a huge monster and you can easily drive it without taking up the entire bike path. With a maximum weight of 50kg (110lb), it is therefore easy to take a child or a dog with you.



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ROCKETSKATES

RocketSkates are retro, "back to the future" style, motorized roller skates that you strap over your shoes and ride at speeds up to 12mph! The smart electric skates are remote-free, simply lean forward to accelerate and tilt back on your heal to slow down. Three models are available to choose from, with different battery packs and range distances. The included app lets you check the RocketSkates status such as battery life, distance traveled, route tra...
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MICROLINO

The World´s most adorable microcar has finally entered production and will begin delivery soon. Microlino has opened a configurator on its website for its electric microcar to 30,000 reservation holders. Inspired by the adorable BMW Isetta from the 1950s, this small, eye-catching electric city car looks unlike anything else on the market. The two-seater Microlino meassures a mere 2.4 meters (8 feet) long, and both driver and passenger can access and exit the interi...
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MODIFIED 1969 FORD BRONCO

Although we absolutely love the new 2021 Bronco, we cannot forget the original 1966-77 Bronco, which remains a highly-collectible design icon. Our latest Bronco crush is this beauty offered at Bring a Trailer, a 1969 Ford Bronco that has been highly refurbished and modified. It was repainted in a gorgeous metallic gray with a matching hardtop over a black interior, and fitted with a fuel-injected 302ci V8 engine paired with a four-speed automatic transmission and a ...
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