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Bicycle Frame Handle

Another great bicycle product by Walnut Studiolo. The stylish Bicycle Frame Handle was designed for commuters, making it easier to carry your bike. Because it is placed at a lower grab point, it lowers the center of gravity making your bike feel easier and lighter to carry, also avoiding strain on your elbow and shoulder. Available in several colors. via

Also by Walnut Studiolo check out:
- 6 Pack Holder  - Seat Barrel Bag




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JANNARELLY ROADSTER

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ASTON MARTIN LAGONDA SHOOTING BREAK

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HALFBIKE II

The team behind the popular Halfbike is back with an updated version. Halfbike II offers an all new riding experience that you will surely enjoy, it combines running and cycling. It rides very differently than a regular bike, you´re more involved, your body movements have more influence on its behavior, and it sure looks extra fun too, for turning simply lean your body left or right as it moves, giving you a feeling of gliding. Every Halfbike is assembled by just on...
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