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Mission One Electric Superbike | By Mission Motors

Mission Motors is an icon for a new era of efficient and exciting vehicles. Designed by Fuse Project, the Mission One Premier Limited Edition (PLE) electric superbike is an all-electric bike with a 150 mile range and takes to charge no longer than 2 hours out of a 240 volt outlet, or 8 hours on a 120 volt outlet. The bike has a blistering performance, with the ability to pull off power wheelies at 80 mph and achieve a 161 mph top speed! Among its technical advances, are a regenerative braking system, which helps recharge the battery, and a data acquisition system and wireless communication capability, so riders can capture and analyze real time ride data from a laptop computer.



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ZACKEES TURN SIGNAL GLOVES

One of the biggest challenges to cyclists is staying visible to cars. When cycling, they normally rely on their arms to safely signal an upcoming turn, but most of the times drivers don´t pay attention to cyclists or just don’t know what the signals mean. Enter the Zackees LED Turn Signal Gloves, a pair of gloves that make you feel safer about riding the streets at night, and could save your life. Simply extend your hand and press the contact plates together, the...
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AEV OutPost II Camper

American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) is a manufacturer of off-road and overland vehicle parts and accessories as well as turnkey off-road vehicle packages. They been outfitting otherwise standard pickup trucks with some serious off-road goodies for years. Their latest creation was designed for Dave Harriton, the president of AEV, and consists of a complete camper mounted to the chassis of a Jeep Wrangler JKU. The Outpost II features a camper made out of ...
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1968 LAMBORGHINI MIURA MILLECHIODI | Image

1968 LAMBORGHINI MIURA MILLECHIODI

The gorgeous Miura is the car that put Lamborghini on the map in the sixties, and the most redeeming thing about the Miura, is the fact that there is only so many of them. In original P400 form, the Lamborghini Miura left its rivals for dead in terms of styling, handling and overall performance. The 1968 Miura P400 S Millechiodi however, is in a league of its own. Built to replace a factory-built Miura Jota that was destroyed in an accident, this prolific vehicle ha...
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