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Outrider Electric Adventure Vehicle

Outrider’s ultralight adventure vehicles are advanced electric-powered trikes for commuting or shredding. With three riding modes: pedal-powered, electric-assisted and electric only, Outrider´s high-performance recumbent tricycles are built to explore the backcountry with ease. Power settings let the rider adjust their electricity usage, allowing for as much or as little assistance desired. The base model comes standard with one battery pack that totals 2kWh and boasts a range between 20-40 miles per charge, and is able to reach speeds ranging from 30-40 mph. Each model can be customized and outfitted with several modifications and upgrades. watch the video below



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YAMAHA SR250 | BY AUTO FABRICA | Image

YAMAHA SR250 | BY AUTO FABRICA

It is the first time we feature a bike from British custom builder Auto Fabrica, and boy what a beauty this is. Bujar Muharremi and his crew work essentially on Yamaha SR250s, this is already the 4th to roll out of their London Garage. Named Type 4, this elegant and simple build, has been reduced to the essentials and weighs less than 130kg, making it the perfect ride for commuting in a busy city....
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Fabric USB Bike Light

We can´t get enough of the minimal, modern aesthetic Fabric designs all of its bicycle accessories with, and this USB Bike Light is no exception. The FL300 is built from high-quality materials and components, and has been slimmed down to perch unassumingly atop your handlebars or on your seatpost until called upon. It casts a 300-lumen beam for two hours, and has a buttery-smooth dial on the back, which lets you adjust the brightness and toggle between modes. The s...
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BIOMEGA ELECTRIC CAR

Danish bicycle brand Biomega has announced that it will be launching an electric vehicle - the Sin crossover utility vehicle. Due to go into production between 2021 and 2023, the minimalist car strips itself of everything unnecessary, resulting in a car body that literally looks and feels like a chassis. Built using state-of-the-art lightweight composites, including a world-first use of modular carbon fiber, the four-wheeled electric vehicle is an affordable and sus...
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