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Volkswagen Folding Electric Bike

The success of Volkswagen at Auto China 2010 had two good reasons: mobility and the first two-wheeled vehicle of the German manufacturer. Based on the concept "Think Blue", the small, folding electric bicycle is the output of Volkswagen found to promote the extension of drivers shift and broaden the concept of mobility. The bicycle is seen as a complement to the car. Watch the amazing video.



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VANMOOF X AMSTERDAM DANCE EVENT BICYCLE | Image

VANMOOF X AMSTERDAM DANCE EVENT BICYCLE

Dutch minimalist urban bicycle manufacturer Vanmoof have collaborated with ADE(Amsterdam Dance Event) for this beautiful special edition. It is based on the company´s popular commuter bike, the 5.1 series, and features a matte grey anodized aluminum frame, a built-in ABUS locking system and integrated Philips LED lights. Only 20 will be available. via...
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KOENIGSEGG AGERA R

The latest addition to the Koenigsegg family is the "Agera R", this model relies on a 5.0 V8 twin-turbo motor, capable of delivering a staggering 1100 hp powered by bioethanol E85. The Agera R fetures a removable roof, which can be stored in the car. Another highlight are the wheels, whose rims are shaped like a jet engine, they generate more downforce to keep the tires specified for speeds up to 420 mph, clinging to the asphalt....
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TEPUI ROOF TOP TENTS

Tepui make Rooftop mounted tents for serious adventurers. The tents include universal mounting brackets allowing you to easily mount directly to your roof rack or aftermarket roof bars, they are made with the most durable rip-stop waterproof materials that will stand up to the most extreme conditions. Also included is a telescopic aluminum ladder for easy access to the tent. Tepui have several different models to choose from, visit their website for more information...
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