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Bicycle Cup Holder | By Death At Sea

This stylish cup holder by Death at Sea, is the perfect accessory to compliment your beautiful fixie. Made from high quality silicone rubber to resist the elements, the sleek bicycle cup holder is ideal for carrying your iced coffee, a water bottle, or anything else you need within easy reach while riding. Available in either black or grey.



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SEABOB CAYAGO MAGNUM

Limited to 100 units, Seabob Cayago Magnum is the ultimate millionaire´s toy. Like all Seabobs, the Seabob Cayago Magnum is propelled by Seabobs patented electric jetstream system. You control the Seabob via a pair of intelligent control Powergrips, you just have to press a sensor button to accelerate to the speed you require. The Cayagos cockpit as an LCD display panel, which provides you with technical details such as power and battery life and it also tells you a...
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Federal Moto BMW R100

Our custom motorbike crush today comes from a small garage in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, called Federal Moto. This sharp build ticks all the right boxes, a sleek trimmed-down Cafe Racer that pays tribute to the past. Named "The Five”, the BMW R100 has been stripped to its essentials and fitted with a front fender, mini handlebar switches, leather grips, a airbox hole cover, a headlight capped off with a mesh guard, and a dual-shock setup under the custom leather sea...
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Jaguar I-PACE

Jaguar have presented their first-ever electric vehicle. The Jaguar I-PACE is an electric performance SUV, and will surely rival with the recently launched Tesla Model X. Jaguar claims it will have a range from a single charge of 310 miles (meaning drivers with an average daily commute will only need to recharge the vehicle once a week), and will be able to accelerate from 0-62mph in about four seconds (meaning it will rival all but the very quickest of sports cars)...
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