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Liverider | For Iphone And Ipod Touch

LiveRider is the first wireless cycling computer and mounting system for iphone and ipod touch. A single permanently-sealed sensor unit is mounted on the frame near the rear wheel that measures both bike speed and pedal cadence and transmits that information to a receiving unit attached to the 30 pin connector of the iphone.  It includes a file system to save the detailed data from each ride which can be reviewed graphically or exported via email and imported into any spreadsheet, document, or database.

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Created and designed by Martin Sula, a Formula 1 engineer from the Czech Republic, Jetsurf  is a jet propelled surfboard; it is a cross between a surf board and a jet-ski and is capable of speeds up to 40mph(58km/h) and has a range of up to 45 miles(75km) or 1.5 hours on a full tank. The carbon fibre craft is packed with a two-stroke 100cc engine and a miniature water jet. An electronic leash which is attached to the surfers wrist acts as both a throttle and an...
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Oakley have updated their Airwave Goggle. Oakley Airwave 1.5 builds on the success of the popular goggle launched last year, it has 30% more battery life, better processor, better graphics, and MFI Bluetooth. As the previous version, it features a 14-inch screen integrated within the goggle, you can check your speed, altitude, jump analytics, temperature, locate your track friends, listen to music, answer calls, view text messages, and navigate resort maps...
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Arbor Skateboards is a brand from Venice beach, California, they design beautiful handmade skateboards and offer a huge range of shapes for all types of skating. Their stunning collection combines a little forward thinking design and old school craftsmanship, with a serious commitment to the environment. They use eco-friendly materials such as wood, bamboo, and other sustainable stuff, in an effort to protect the planet. Arbor also make snowboards and clothing, chec...
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