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Vintage Electric Rally Bike

Making an electric bike not look electric is a difficult task, in the ever-evolving market of e-bikes it seems difficult to stand out, not for Vintage Electric though, the California-based manufacturer is fusing the look of vintage bicycles with today┬┤s modern technology. Their new offering combines mountain and cruiser bike looks in one, and is painstakingly crafted, with rugged front suspension, Schwalbe knobby tires, a powerful 750-watt drivetrain and aesthetics that kill. The stylish Vintage Electric Rally Bike can help speed you along up to 28 mph, with a range of 20 to 60 miles, depending on conditions and degree of assist. watch the video below



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After years of competitive racing, two-time British motocross (MX1) champion Billy MacKenzie created the X-AXIS workshop to pursue his love of building and riding custom bikes. One of his first builds is this Honda CX500, a bike that features a minimal, clean design, and oozes style from every angle. After stripping the bike to its essentials, MacKenzie powder coated it in satin black for more durability, fitted it with Firestone Champion Deluxe vintage tires, upgra...
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LAND ROVER LRX

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POLAR PLUG

Keeping your hands warm in winter is one of the endless battles in cycling. Thankfully there is a new product on Kickstarter that will make you lose those bulky gloves while biking in cold weather. Polar Plugs fit into the two ends of the handlebars, in place of the existing plugs, and with the push of a button, they will heat up to 40 Degrees Celsius (104 Degrees Fahrenheit)! The Polar Plugs are designed to fit all major manufactured bicycles, charge via USB, and a...
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