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Super 73 Electric Bike

The Super 73 Electric Bike has a Californian design, a whole multitude of features and gets you around in style. The little cruiser is powered by a 1,000 watt motor letting it reach a top speed of 25mph. No licence required. Other notable features include disc brakes, puncture resistant wide tires for tackling any terrain, a USB charging port, removable battery pack (20 miles of range), a cup holder and bottle opener, plus a thumb throttle and LCD display making it easy to control. watch the video below



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K-Speed Honda Super Cub | Image

K-Speed Honda Super Cub

After announcing the return of the iconic Monkey mini-bike in 2018, Honda also brought back another fun, compact retro bike, the Super Cub. The popular Super Cub bike is one of the most recognizable bikes in the world, but in the U.S the model was discontinued about 40 years ago. Until last year. But it hasnt only been America lauding the Super Cub. Japanese tuners have been having fun with it by creating retro modern takes, including this impressive build by K-Spee...
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1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta | Image

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta

Courtesy of the guys at Auxietre & Schmidt, you have got a chance to get your hands on this mesmerising 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta by Scaglietti, one of just 165 examples built. The unique Ferrari was designed by renown Italian car design firm Pininfarina, and constructed by Scaglietti, a name synonymous with some of the best vintage Ferraris in existence. The majestic looking machine boasts an impressive period race history and is one of the finest exam...
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2015 DUCATI DIAVEL

Ducati have presented the new Diavel, the beast retains the muscle bike DNA but has several upgrades and updates, plus a lot of other functional and aesthetic enhancements, keeping Ducati’s best-selling bike fresh and alluring. The bike had its headlight and tail section completely redesigned and now uses all-LED illumination, it also features redesigned air intakes and a more comfortable dual seat. It is equipped with a new RbW engine capable of producing 162 hor...
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