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Ducati Urban Enduro

Back in 2015 Ducati introduced the Ducati Scrambler range, a contemporary interpretation of the iconic Ducati model from the 60s. Since then they have expanded the Ducati Scrambler family with new versions and updates such as the Scrambler Urban Enduro, the ideal companion with which to get around urban obstacles with agility, but also to reach new places, riding on the less travelled roads. Using Ducati´s online configurator we have customised it with upgrades and accessory kits for the perfect outdoor adventure. All scrambler versions are powered by an air-cooled L-twin two-valve 803 cc engine, producing 75 horsepower and 50 pound-feet of torque. 



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YAMAHA XSR700

Following Ducati´s lead in presenting the vintage inspired Ducati Scrambler, Yamaha have presented the XSR700, a retro-modern roadster that pays tribute to the iconic XS650. It is packed with a liquid-cooled 689cc inline 2-cylinder 4-stroke engine, delivering a maximum output of 73.8 hp at 9000 rpm and 50.2 lb-ft. at 6500 rpm. The XSR700 carries a lot of retro touches, including vintage inspired headlight and rear light unit and a two-texture leather vintage style s...
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HEDONIST YACHT | BY ARTOFKINETIK | Image

HEDONIST YACHT | BY ARTOFKINETIK

The Art of Kinetik Hedonist yacht is something that is far beyond the imagination,love, and desire for luxury boats. This 63 feet motoryacht is capable of flying over water at speeds of up to 40 knots. Its exterior is covered in detail, mahogany with glass and metal, while the interior is as refined and detailed as a luxury hotel. It is powered by Rolls-Royce water jets....
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ASS SAVERS | EMERGENCY MUDGUARDS | Image

ASS SAVERS | EMERGENCY MUDGUARDS

Ass Savers are practical bicycle mudguards. Made of recycled material, it weighs practically nothing and folds into a stable position under the saddle. Place it at the first sign of rain, eliminating embarrassing stains after a race on a wet track, and when not needed, fold it up and tuck it underneath your saddle. At an affordable price, this is worth considering if you do not have a mudguard on your fixie. watch the video...
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