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Ducati Streetfighter V4

Ducati has introduced the most recent version of their popular Streetfighter, with a redesigned chassis configuration and an enhanced electronics system. The new V4 and V4 S models, as well as the more upscale V4 SP2, maintain the progression of the successful "Fight Formula" to remain at the top of the market, with an unmatched level of equipment. The bikes receive an upgraded electronics package, which includes a new Wet Riding Mode to help riders handle the ride better on slick conditions and gets upgrades to the software for the bikes shifting and Engine Brake Control.

Additionally, the bike now has revised engine calibration, a semi-active Ohlins suspension for the V4 S, and better stability. The "Winter Test" livery, five split-spoke carbon wheels, STM-EVO SBK dry clutch, and enhanced Ohlins suspension with Panigale V4 springs and hydraulics are now available for the V4 SP2, their most high-performance naked bike yet, powered by a 1,103 cc Desmosedici Stradale V4 engine, which is good for 208hp and 90.4ft-lbs of torque. watch the video below

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Ford Explorer ST

It has been almost 30 years since Ford introduced the Explorer SUV. The sixth generation of the 2020 Ford Explorer arrives this summer, with the highlight being a high-performance ST variant. Equipped with a 400-hp twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V6 engine matted to a 10-speed automatic transmission, the Explorer ST is able to scoot itself to a top speed of 143 mph. It will be equipped with four-wheel-drive standard with traction control modes, 21-inch aluminum wh...
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Workerman wooden handlebars are all handcrafted in Minneapolis by Workerman, made out of hardwoods. This means no two bars will ever be the same, ensuring that what you are displaying on your bike is a one of a kind work of art....
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Grainworks Bicycle forces us to remember or surrender to the fact that wood is still a material that causes real fascination even though we have now loads of different alloys, metals and composite fibers. Maybe it´s the respect that wood craftsmanship causes, its natural look that appeals to our memories…whatever…wood is still wood and you gotta love it. Grainworks Bicycle takes attention to detail to another level, this one man California based company, hand-m...
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