A bicycle, also known as a bike, pushbike or cycle, is a pedal-driven, human-powered, single-track vehicle, having two wheels attached to a frame, one behind the other. A person who rides a bicycle is called a cyclist or a bicyclist.Bicycles were introduced in the 19th century and now number about one billion worldwide, twice as
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I’m not particularly attracted to one certain type of car. Muscle cars; sure, I like a couple; exotics, yeah, there are some great ones. I don’t know what really qualifies a car to be great. Obviously aesthetics are a large portion, and a car can’t be some old buggy that can’t top 60 mph. I
Until now, I haven’t seen photos with this amazing Lamborghini, called the Ankonian. This car looks like the Bat Mobile and I hope it will be soon into production and running out on streets.
Everyone want a good and fastest bike which give fast safe and easy drive. Some and peoples modify all bike parts and changed into superb and good looking bike. You can easily changed your normal bike to fastest bike just little modification. But some of bike made only for racer and top class riders which
Some conversions are good, some are great and some stand apart because of the ingenuity and effort the creator has put into its making. Here is an embodiment, straight from Yokohama, Japan. A man has done an amazing conversion that even Ferrari can’t help but appreciate. This man took the Suzuki Hayabusa and converted it
Three decades ago James Bond (then enacted by British star Roger Moore) wowed the world with a car that could ‘fly’ under water in the movie The Spy Who Loved Me. Only, it was animation and not an actual scen. But Frank M Rinderknecht, the 52-year-old automobile visionary and boss of Swiss automaker Rinspeed, has
What makes a car beautiful? Is it flowing lines, pleasing proportions, a clear identity, a strong sense of character, exquisite details or a mixture of all of the above? True, the assessment of beauty ultimately remains in the eye of the beholder, yet its truest manifestations always seem to elicit unanimous praise and approval. We