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Tool Roll | By Crd Motorcycles

CRD(Cafe Racer Dreams) Motorcycles are known for their exceptional motorcycle conversions, we have featured several of their spectacular builds before. They also have an online store and are selling apparel, ruby helmets, motorbike accessories, and other cool stuff like this Tool Roll handmade in military green canvas and leather.



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KOENIGSEGG AGERA R | Image

KOENIGSEGG AGERA R

The latest addition to the Koenigsegg family is the "Agera R", this model relies on a 5.0 V8 twin-turbo motor, capable of delivering a staggering 1100 hp powered by bioethanol E85. The Agera R fetures a removable roof, which can be stored in the car. Another highlight are the wheels, whose rims are shaped like a jet engine, they generate more downforce to keep the tires specified for speeds up to 420 mph, clinging to the asphalt....
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UBCO UTILITY BIKE

UBCO Utility Bike is a new rugged, off-road motorcycle developed by a group of New Zealanders that were trying to create an innovative product. Well, we think they did it, itīs an all-terrain bike that has 2 wheel traction, which will let you go virtually anywhere, itīs green, because itīs electric and you get low maintenance costs due to the fact of having less moving parts than regular bikes. Its range is also very reasonable, more than 100 km with a single charge...
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QOROS EBIQE

Chinese automotive manufacturing company Qoros have presented at the Geneva Motor Show their new futuristic electric bike, the Qoros eBIQE Concept. eBIQE is a mountain bike styled concept, perfect for commuting, leisurely rides or off-road adventures. Riders can choose from three cycling modes, pedaling with no assistance, pedaling with assistance from the electric motor, or choose motor-power only, allowing a top speed of 65 km/h (40 mph), and a range of 75-miles. ...
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