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Cezeta 506 Electric Scooter

The Cezeta was originally an iconic motor scooter manufactured in the Czech Republic in the 60s, now to mark the company´s revival they have brought to life a new hand-built electric version of the popular scooter. The Cezeta Type 506 keeps its classic looks and beautiful 1950s Space Age aesthetic, but underneath it has been fitted with a new high-tech electric motor system. Its custom-made Lithium-ion pack (5kWh) powers this cool ride for about 62miles on a single charge, with a top speed of 50mph. Several accessories are also available, including a solar charger, remote alarm, immobiliser and GPS security, smartphone holder and power, underbody LED safety lighting, plus many more. You can also use the included app to check the battery level, reprogram the speed and acceleration, or listen to music via the built-in bluetooth speakers. watch the video



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MOTOPED

If you´re a petrolhead and a DIY fan, the Motoped conversion kit is the perfect project. Motoped is a fusion of a dirt bike and a mountain bike, to build it you simply need to gather an old Honda XR50/CRF50 engine and an old mountain bike that you can strip. The rest, such as frame, swing arm, jack shaft, bottom bracket, rear hub, etc… will be provided in the kit. Your end and proud result is a 4-stroke motorized bike that you can pedal or ride off-road. watch the v...
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VAGABUND V07

One of our favorite custom motorbikes ever, is the spectacular BMW R100R by Vagabund Moto. Today we showcase another work of art by the Austrian duo, designer Paul Brauchart and mechanical engineer Philipp Rabl - a 1993 BMW R100R they call "Vagabund V07” (also known as "The Whale”). The stripped-down, minimalist build features a beautiful bespoke monocoque unit with a near seamless seat integration to the tank, a built-in taillight, a matching front mudguard and hea...
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SAHN HELMETS

If Apple designer Jonathan Ive designed bicycle helmets they would probably look like these. SAHN is a new helmet manufacturer out of Vancouver, BC. It was founded by designers Matt Kelly and Sen-Huy Tan, they shared a vision to provide better cycling helmet alternatives for the discerning buyer. Their first model is this beautiful classic helmet available in three sizes and in a variety of colors. SAHN online store is coming soon, you can get them now from Amazon. ...
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