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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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OTIUM SOFTRACK

Otium SoftRack was designed to instantly provide your vehicle some extra cargo capability, specially for big, long items such as skis, surfboards or kayaks. Otium SoftRack is designed using the finest waterproof materials, it has two mounting sets, with a padded structure with non-slip, non-scratch, rubber coating to provide extra protection of your carīs bodywork and also the item youīre carrying. Itīs lightweight (each set weighs 4 pounds), super strong, the strap...
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REVOLIGHTS

Revolights is another product that was made available thanks to a very successful Kickstarter campaign. The revolutionary bike lighting system consists of two thin profile LED arcs (white in front, red in back) that clip on to your wheels. They provide cyclists with superior lighting and illuminate the path in front of them, casting 360 degrees, they illuminate not only the ground but road signs and elevated obstacles. It also makes it easier for others to sight the...
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LYONHEART K

Lyonheart K is a mind-blowing E-Type homage, hand-built in a limited series. Developed, engineered and hand-built in Coventry, England, by Lyonheart Cars, the beautiful 21st-century E-Type features carbon fibre panels, an aluminium chassis, and weighs less than 1600 kg. Powering this beauty is an impressive 550hp 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine, capable of reaching 62mph(100km/h) in under 4 seconds, and reaching a top speed of 186mph(300km/h. Restricted to a produc...
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