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Shoppy Bike

Shoppy bike is an italian bike created by michele lazzaro and designed by rudy hoffmann, itīs a revolutionary and exclusive unisex city bike, that combines innovation, functionality and style. Itīs made entirely in aluminium and with a toothed belt drive. Shoppy bike is clean, silent and ecologic.



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1961 Triumph TR4

Found back in 2009 rusting away in a Kentucky barn, this stunning 1961 Triumph TR4 has been brought back to its former glory with a striking color scheme. The TR4 is one of the quintessential British roadsters of the 60s and became a celebrated rally car. This rare early example of the model now wears a deep coat of black paint, complemented by menacing black wire wheels, and a clean, bumper-less look on the body. Inside, a fresh, custom red leather cabin breaks up ...
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CD1 Cargo eTrike

German company HNF Heisenberg was originally founded to create a viable future for e-bikes, they have now developed a unique tilt-action cargo trike that offers a new perspective on urban mobility. The agile and powerful CD1 e-Trike is built using only high quality components and features a powerful Bosch drive completely integrated into the elaborate aluminum frame structure that allows the driver to steer from an electric motor (up to 250 watts) up to a speed of 1...
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Polaris RZR RS1 Single-Seater

Polaris have introduced the all-new RZR RS1, a single-seat off-road vehicle. In the Polaris RZR RS1, its all about you, this compact beast delivers power and precision for a driver-focused off-road experience unlike any other. With a center-cockpit configuration that offers unparalleled visibility, balance, and feel, a monstrous 110-horsepower engine, and 83-inch wheelbase, this thing is ready to tackle any terrain. And best of all, it will only set you back $1...
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