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Johammer J1

Johammer J1 is a futuristic electric cruiser developed and manufactured in Austria by industrial designer Johann Hammerschmid. The unusual and unconventional ride is the first e-motorcycle capable of reaching a 200km (125 miles) range on a single charge, and features an almost silent motor integrated into the rear wheel, providing 14 horsepower and a top speed of 74mph (119kph). With a love or hate design and a chopper-like aesthetic, the Johammer J1 is packed with hi-tech features such as two high-resolution 2.4 inch rear view mirrors that are actually electronic displays and provide relevant driving information. watch the video



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JOURNEY BASECAMP TRAILER

The awesome Journey Trailer by Freespirit Recreation is a basecamp package built for overland camping excursions, a portable tent and camping package that’s fit for explorers of all skill sets. The compact camp cargo trailer comes with a built-in 9-foot tent providing guests and families alike ample room to move about in and around the camp. You can store all of your soft gear right on top of the tent without sacrificing any of the valuable trailer storage. Addition...
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2011 MORGAN THREEWHEELER

This car was a huge success for the Morgan Motor Company back in the early 1900´s. Now Morgan have relaunched this popular model with a  "Screaming Eagle” 1800 cc engine from Harley Davidson, and a Mazda 5 speed gearbox. This permits the threewheeler to achive  0-60 in 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 115 miles per hour. ...
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YAMAHA SR400 | BY GASOLINE CUSTOM MOTORCYCLES | Image

YAMAHA SR400 | BY GASOLINE CUSTOM MOTORCYCLES

Our custom motorbike crush today is a nice simple machine from Sydney workshop, Gasoline Custom Motorcycles. The guys have really kept it simple, eliminating most stuff from the rear end and replacing the standard heavy exhaust, giving the bike a freedom of lightness. The utilitarian character of the bike was achieved by adding big knobbly tires and a rough-round-the-edges finish. Check out their website for more custom builds....
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