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Ktrack Snow Bike Kit

If you own a mountain bike and live by a snowy mountain, you should check out one of these kits. Ktrak is a universal rear drive track kit that transforms your mountain bike into the ultimate all terrain machine. It was developed to provide traction for previously unrideable surfaces such as snow and sand.

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EMIL BOARDS

Emil Boards is a recent startup from Munich, Germany, they make square skateboards inspired by the movie "Back to the Future”. The boards tackle the path back to basics, referring to the first days of skateboarding history, they are as pure as possible, with no convex, no concave, no rocker, and no camber, simply a square shape board made from high quality layered maple wood and fixed to modern trucks and wheels. Emil boards combine skateboarding with surfing, with ...
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NIGHTSUP

 NightSUP is company based in Miami that specialises in making illuminated paddleboards.  Adding lights to a SUP enhances safety of moonlight paddling trips and provides an incredible and beautiful way to view nature and wildlife. The company sells paddleboards with pre-installed kits or installs the kit on your existing board by integrating a permanent LED system that is glassed into the rails of the paddleboard, creating a 40-foot circumference of light ...
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ARBOR SKATEBOARDS

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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