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Bike Porter | By Copehagen Parts

Copenhagen Parts presents: the Bike Porter – an integrated handlebar and basket. The Bike Porter is made from heat-treated alloy tubing and rod, making it lightweight and robust..  It’s designed to attach to the stem easily, installing just like any normal handlebar and can be attached to any bicycle using a two part stem (A-head stem).



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BROOKS CAMBIUM SADDLE

Renowned brand Brooks England have commissioned design studio IDEO to create its first new bike saddle in decades, the result named - Cambium, is as they claim "the new generation of bike saddles”. Known throughout the cycling world for the quality of its leather saddles, the English brand have respected the company’s heritage on the new saddle, but have provided significant improvements in terms of comfort and durability. The saddle is crafted from high-quality mat...
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VW Tiguan GTE Active

German automaker Volkswagen have just announced the all new 2018 Tiguan, but what really caught our attention was this radical concept that could well be close to a production reality. The spectacular VW Tiguan GTE Active features a 148-hp gasoline engine and a 12.4-kWh battery pack that feeds juice to a pair of electric motors. It has a six-speed, dual-clutch automatic transmission, and features off-road and sporty GTE driving modes, letting the driver access prese...
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118 WALLYPOWER YACHT | BY WALLY

118 wallypower yacht is a sleek design merging high technology and tradition made by the monaco based boat maker wally. A combination of sleek design, advanced technology and tradition, this yacht is definitely a class apart, with its unique and marked characteristics like the vertical bow, the air inlets, and the deck superstructure. Its a 118-foot (36 m) luxury yacht with a maximum speed of 60 knots (70 mph, 110 km/h)....
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