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Cake Kalk AP Electric Bike

Swedish e-bike maker Cake have built a special version of their Kalk electric motorcycle. Developed specifically for anti-poaching efforts led by the Southern American Wildlife College, the limited edition Kalk AP has a top speed of 56 mph with a range of 3 hours. Other features include a drivetrain and suspension with extra sealing, a modified suspension for low maintenance, Trifilon biodegradable polymer fenders, modified drivetrain software for enhanced torque, a new riding mode with higher top speeds, and a detachable headlight.

For every bike sold, another bike together with a solar power station and solar panels is handed over to the Southern African Wildlife College.




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PEUGEOT 2008 DKR

Peugeot have unveiled their 2015 Rally Dakar challenger, the spectacular Peugeot 2008 DKR.  The Peugeot team, which won the competition four times between 1987 and 1990, with the 205 Turbo and 405 Turbo 16V, will count with legendary WRC driver Carlos Sainz, and also with Cyril Despres, the Frenchman that won five times the Dakar by bike. The team is a partnership between Peugeot, Red Bull and Total. via watch the video...
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Mercedes ECQ 4x4

Mercedes-Benz has turned its EQC electric SUV into something a whole lot more interesting. The Mercedes ECQ 4x4 is a true off-road beast, it is twice as high as the standard production EQC and has a fording depth of over 15 inches. Other details include a heavily reworked suspension set up for off-roading, multi-link portal axles, reprogrammed off-road driving modes, black wheel arch flares, and a more rugged set of tires and wheels, making it capable of tackling so...
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ARVAK BICYCLE

Designer Paul Guerin and wood craftsman Till Breitfuss got together to create Keim, a company that manufactures bikes made from ash wood with unprecedented rigidity and lightness. Their wonderfully streamlined Arvak Bicycle is a true work of art, the minimalist, simple and clean-lined ride, is the result of the designers quest for the "perfect bicycle". ArvakĀ“s lightweight frame is completely hollow, and made from a composite of 24 layers of laminated vacuum bonded...
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