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Nero | By Bandit9

Bandit9 is a motorcycle design company based in Beijing, they design unique, custom built motorcycles. The latest stunner to roll out of their studio is a bike dubbed "Nero". It is a revamp of a Custom Chang Jiang 750, and was designed by Daryl Villanueva. He was inspired by the Giger creature from the movie "Alien". The bike is made mostly from custom Bandit9 parts, standout features have to be the unusual flat lines of the bike and the awesome matte black paint job. We shall definitely keep an eye on these guys.



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ZENVO ST1

This exclusive supercar is the Zendo ST1, it´s 100% Danish, it boosts a 7-liter V8 engine that develops an output of 1.104 horsepower, producing a massive 1.430 NM of torque. This beats goes from 0 to 100km / h in 3 seconds, and can reach a maximum speed of 375km/h!...
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JEEP WRANGLER RATTLETRAP

This mean machine is up for grabs! The monster vehicle named "Rattletrap” was built by the team at Martin Barkey Racing back in 2007 and is now available for purchase. The ultra-capable off-roader boasts an impressive 500+ Horsepower Twin Turbo 5.9-Liter 12-Valve Cummins engine with 1000+ ft-lbs of Torque, in a JK body rolling on 44×19.5 Pit Bull Rocker tires, making it capable of tackling anything from dense forests, sand dunes, swamps, even climbing obstacles over...
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Onewheel+ XR

Onewheel, the self-balancing one-wheeled electric skateboard has just gotten better! The new Onewheel+ XR board is now smoother, faster, quite, has double the range, and is even easier to ride. The unique electric rideable is like a skateboard, unicycle and balance board rolled into one, it goes up hill and down, off-road, and basically rides like a snowboard. The new battery system gives you a range between 12 and 18 miles, and is more powerful than its predecessor...
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