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Triumph TE-1 Electric Motorcycle

Triumph has revealed their spectacular electric motorcycle design as the bike rolls closer to production. The mighty TE-1 is based on the Street and Speed Triple motorcycles and was co-develop with Williams Advanced Engineering that managed to equip the bike with a 15 kWh battery that pushes a peak output of 170 kW, equivalent to roughly 228 horsepower, with a continuous output of 130 kW, or around 174 horsepower. It was also fitted with a Gates Carbon belt drive, Ohlins RSU suspension, Brembo M50 monobloc calipers, and the proprietary Triumph motorcycle control software. The final Phase 4 of the development cycle will come next, and will include a variety of track testing variables.



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BRIXTON CROSSFIRE 125

Austrian startup Brixton Motorcycles first introduced this beauty at the Eicma 2019 show, and after pausing production because of the pandemic, the Crossfire 125 has finally broke cover! Combining neo-retro styling and thoroughly modern equipment, the good-looking machine is powered by a liquid-cooled, 124.8cc single engine that produces 13.4 horsepower at 9500 rpm and 7.7 lb-ft of torque at 5,500. Other notable details include LED lighting, LCD instrumentation, and...
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ARIEL ATOM

Ariel is a small car company based in Somerset, England, they produce less than 100 cars per year. Ariel Atom is a high-performance supercar that was designed to give you a driving experience as close as possible to an F-1 car. The result is a lightweight, minimalist street legal car, with no windshields, doors or ceiling. The engine, you can choose a 09 Honda K20 aspirated(245hp) or supercharged(300hp). It is capable of 0-60 sub 3 seconds and 0-100 sub 11 seconds! ...
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SAY POWER CARBON TENDER

SAY (Sven Akermann Yachts) is a young, successful German company that has set itself the goal to develop and build spectacular yachts and boats that are unique in design, materials and workmanship. The SAY Power featured here, is a small carbon tender for lake and sea, due to it´s lightweight construction, the boat operates economically and environmentally friendly. The boat features a Weber Jet 140hp engine and has a maximum speed of 35 knots....
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