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Yooniq Urban Bike

Yooniq is a compact urban cruiser designed for densely populated cityscapes. The lightweight (made from straightened aluminum alloy) and stripped down urban commuter is easily stored and very maneuverable,. It is small enough to get into the boot of your car or to be hanged on a wall in your living room or office. Yooniq is equipped with ergonomic grips, a leather textured saddle, nonslip pedals, a double chain guard to protect your clothes, and a 3-speed integrated shifter in the rear hub so you can slowly maneuver through crowded spaces, conquer steep city hills or be as fast as lightning on wide open streets or intercity paths.



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FIIZ FOLDING URBAN BIKE

Handmade in Germany by Kruschhausen Cycles, Fiiz is a cool reinterpretation of the folding bike. The award-wining urban bike collapses within only 20 seconds, with both halves staying connected the whole time, which makes transport a lot easier. The handlebars and pedals can also be folded so that you can easily take it in the bus, train or trunk. It is a fusion of stylish Urbanbike and practical folding bike, made for everyday urban life. The result is a minimalist...
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Faraday Future FF91

Faraday Future, an electric car startup, looks to take on Tesla with the new all-electric FF91 supercar. Announced at the CES technology show in Las Vegas, the FF91 fuses exceptionally high performance with precise handling, ultra-luxury, and futuristic intelligence features. Its powertrain produces a total of 1,050 hp and is capable of hitting a staggering 0-60 in 2.39 seconds (faster than the current record holder, the Tesla Model X P100D). Furthermore, the high-t...
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BAR MITTS

Commuting on a bicycle with cold weather can be an unpleasant experience, unless, you are protected from the elements, with sub-zero temperatures the hands are always the weak link. Meet Bar Mitts, they provide the definitive solution to this problem, a sure cure for cold fingers. The neoprene covers fit over your handlebars and provide warm compartments for your hands, they can be used with regular cycling gloves with plenty of room to brake and shift n...
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