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1978 Honda Cx500 | By Moto Mucci

This awesome machine was created by David Mucci from Moto Mucci. David is a a professional Industrial Designer based in Chicago, IL, with a passion for hand crafted items and custom vintage machinery. The 1978 Honda CX500 is his first build and his first motorcycle! yet, he was able to come up with this beauty. We shall keep an eye on this guy to see what he comes up with next.



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MOTO URBAN PEDAL

MOTO Bicycles from Berlin, Germany has created the award winning MOTO Pedal. The pedals feature an innovative design that is a complete game changer for city cyclists. A team of designers and engineers developed a bike pedal that gives you maximum comfort, safety and optimum power transmission. With an attractive, light weight, slimline design, the MOTO Pedal features a strong grip tape ensuring excellent adhesion and preventing painful slips even with smooth leathe...
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MERCEDES-BENZ G500 4X4 SQUARED

Meet the new off road member of the Mercedes-Benz family, the spectacular Mercedes-Benz G 500 44, baby brother to the monstrous G63 AMG 6X6. The smaller version uses the same portal axles as the 6x6, minus one axle, and always reaches the highest offroad performance, thanks to the permanent four-wheel drive. Powered by an impressive 4.0 litre V8 biturbo engine, that generates 422 hp, and equipped with massive 22-inch beadlock wheels wrapped by beefy 325/55 tires, ...
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TURN SIGNAL GLOVES

Whether commuting from work or just cruising at night time on your bicycle, being seen by motorists is essential for your safety. These cool Signal Gloves from DOPPELGANGER in Japan, are a definite upgrade on your safety, the gloves have an embedded LED light triggered by a thumb-accessible button that flashes indicating the direction you wish to take, alerting both cyclists and motorists. via ...
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