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Sondors Metacycle Electric Motorbike Features Exo-Frame For Sleek and Narrow Profile

SONDORS introduces Metacycle, an electric motorbike specially designed for freedom-seeker in you. This futuristic motorbike brings out the adventurer in you. Metacycle is built to go beyond limit of an electric bike while still offering a carefree riding experience, it’ll become an extension of you as the rider. No noise, no vibration, no fumes, and […]

Sondors Metacycle Electric Motorbike Features Exo-Frame For Sleek and Narrow Profile is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design


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