Moar Folding Electric Bike

Powered by either a 500W rear hub or a 750W mid-drive motor, the Moar Folding Electric Bike isn't your average battery-assisted cycle. Its folding frame makes it easy to stow in the trunk or carry into the office, eliminating the worry that comes from locking up your bike outside. A 48W battery slides easily in and out of the rear, powering not just the motor, but integrated turn signals and lights, as well. A LED dashboard keeps you abreast of your current speed and battery status, a rear rack offers added utility, and Shimano gears ensure a consistent, smooth ride.

  • Williamson Wheelmen Bike

    Custom-built bespoke transportation has typically been the realm of high-end automakers. The Williamson Wheelmen Bike extends that to the world of cycling. Brazed by hand using Columbus Chromoly steel tubing, the bike's frame, fork, lugs, and stem are all made in house, and wrapped in hand-sewn python or crocodile. All the rest of the components are selected based on your specifications and complemented with accessories like leather tool bags and a matching vessel for your favorite beverage. Available in three sizes and three colors: navy and chrome, navy and copper, or tan and copper, each limited to just ten examples.

  • Mercedes-AMG Marauder Boat

    Cigarette Racing and Mercedes' AMG branch have been collaborating for a decade now. The Mercedes-AMG Marauder Boat is the latest fruit of the successful partnership. A pair of Mercury Racing 1550/1350 engines powers the vessel, letting the pilot switch between 3,100 hp and 2,700 hp output just by swapping key fobs. Copious use of carbon fiber allows the 50-foot craft to shed over 1,300 pounds compared to a standard build, and the Green Hell Magno details help establish the connection between the boat and its inspiration, the Mercedes-AMG GT R.

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