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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 video



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HEAD-UP DISPLAY | BY GARMIN | Image

HEAD-UP DISPLAY | BY GARMIN

The Garmin Head-up Display projects navigation information onto your windshield, allowing for a safer drive without taking your eyes off the road. The device pairs with your smartphone and projects information onto a reflective film on your windshield, it displays directions, speed, traffic, estimated time of arrival, the speed limit, traffic information and more. It also warns you of potential traffic delays and upcoming safety camera locations. Also available at a...
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NIU M1 ELECTRIC SCOOTER | Image

NIU M1 ELECTRIC SCOOTER

Chinese startup Niu have recently introduced its second generation electric scooter, the M1. The award wining design is a cool and fresh looking electric scooter designed for urban users. It features an all-in-one body structure and omnidirectional headlight and tail light systems for safety. It has also upgraded to a brand new smart control system, incorporates GPS and AGPS real time positioning technology, and an app that lets you check information about the bike ...
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FOLDYLOCK

Foldylock is a new portable locking system to protect your bike, it combines the toughness of a U-lock with the versatility of a cable lock. Made from reinforced steel, and anti drilling rivets, it´s very compact, foldable, and built with steel bars (with a coating to help prevent damage to the bicycles paint), unlike other locks that use the more common steel chain, that rattles and may pose some weight and safety issues. With Foldylock the whole process is easier ...
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