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Vanmoof S3 & X3 Electric Bikes

Dutch minimalist urban bicycle manufacturer Vanmoof have presented their third-gen electric bicycles. The more affordable, tech-packed city eBike is available in two versions, the S3 and X3, both are nearly identical in terms of specs, with just the size of the bike changing. The S3 is suitable for larger riders, while the X3 is intended for shorter riders. New features include a redesigned power system, automatic gear shifter, a rear wheel-blocking kick lock, an hydraulic brake system, smart tech and an upgraded app. The bikes can reach speeds of almost 20 mph, have a pedal-assist range of 37-93 miles, and can be controlled via an app that can adjust the gears and offers security with tamper detection and remote locking and unlocking. A full charge takes 4 hours, or 80 minutes to 50%. watch the awesome unboxing video below

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1954 Maserati A6GCS

Auction house RM Sothebys will be offering for sale this stunning 1954 Maserati A6GCS, a Maserati factory team racing car that saw numerous podium and first-in-class finishes before being sold to a private collector. In 2013, the Maserati was carefully restored, after which it was shown at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, earning the Gran Turismo Award. The beauty will be offered at RM Sotheby’s Monterey sale (15-17 August) in wonderful, turn-key condi...
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The Rotopax Fuel Cell System is a great solution for carrying extra fuel on or off road on your adventures, whether traveling by motorcycle, ATV or any off-road vehicle. Packs are available for fuel, water, or even tools and first aid, and they mount easily using a simple install process. The exclusive modular interlocking system allows you to customize your packs according to your varying needs, and thanks to the thick walls and a reinforced structure, along with s...
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Husqvarna have introduced a smaller version of their futuristic street scrambler, the popular Svartpilen 401. The new rider-friendly Svartpilen 125 maintains the iconic look of its older sibling, but in a smaller version that is powered by a 125cc single-cylinder engine. The smaller, more nimble, and more affordable model also features Brembo disc brakes at both ends, Bosch ABS, CNC machined footrests, LED front and rear lights, bronze engine cases and anodized comp...
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