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The Beast | M55 Electric Bike

If Batman had a bike it would definitely be this one. Itīs a hybrid bike, that means the motor is an addition to your human power. It has a powerful motor and huge battery capacity. Itīs an off-road bike for cross-country use, and itīs also ideal for cruising on the beach and urban shressing. The Beast not only looks good but has great performance as well.

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Cylo is a new bicycle brand created by former Nike design director Eric Duvauchelle. Their first release is this minimalist urban bicycle named "CYLO One”, a stylish and functional bike with a refreshing silhouette. Crafted with lightweight materials for easy carrying, the bike features dynamo powered lights, a brake light and a carbon belt drive to keep your pants clean. CYLO One is available in red, black, or white, head over to CYLO for more details....
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Freerider is the new spectacular electric bike from Kuberg, ideal for beginners as well as experienced riders. Lightweight, rugged and extremely powerful, this fast and fun electric bike is aimed at both teens and adults (max 84 lbs), it has a 22 AH battery pack that delivers a top speed 34 mph, and a range of 34 miles after a full charge (takes just two hours to fully charge via standard power outlet). The little beast has a highly modular design, allowing riders t...
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Musguard is a simple bicycle mudguard that comes off and rolls up when the roads are dry. Weighing only 40 grams, the lightweight portable mud flap easily straps onto most bike frames without  messing your bikes minimal aesthetic and fitting neatly, very close to the rear wheel. After use it can be easily rolled up on your frame or simply stored in your bag, pocket or hung on your key chain. Musguard ships internationally and is available in several colors. wat...
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