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Bookman Light | Led Bicycle Light

Swedish Stockholm based company Bookman has introduced a stylish, luminous and pocket-sized bicycle accessory, The Bookman Light. The tiny removable lights are very easy to apply, the square plastic case has an oversized rubber button and a groove for the attaching elastic cord. It features 3 flashing modes and is available in yellow, green, blue or black.




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BREAKER CYCLE MULTI TOOL | Image

BREAKER CYCLE MULTI TOOL

Following the success of "The Nutter” multi-tool, the guys at Full Windsor, after plenty of customer feedback, have presented "The Breaker”, an improved version of the functional and compact cycle multi-tool. The new tool now features a chain breaker with a tool grade stainless steel pin, along with several other useful tools for the road. Cast from stainless steel, The Breaker includes a tyre lever with steel core, spoke key, 3,4,5,6,8mm hex tool bits, Philips head...
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SHORT BUS RETRO | BY WINKELMAN ARCHITECTURE | Image

SHORT BUS RETRO | BY WINKELMAN ARCHITECTURE

Over the years we have showcased many adventure vehicles, but nothing as special as this, an old-school bus converted into a camper. Restored to perfection by Winkleman Architecture for a client, the 1959 Chevrolet Viking short bus can safely carry 12 passengers, converting to guest quarters for two with two single beds, or joined in the center as a queen bed. The design aesthetic was inspired by the mid-century, and has a charming 60′s, hippy-chic feel, execu...
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CUSTOM YAMAHA VIRAGO CAFE RACER | BY DOCS CHOPS | Image

CUSTOM YAMAHA VIRAGO CAFE RACER | BY DOCS CHOPS

This custom Yamaha Virago was built by Greg Hageman of Docs Chops. This Mid-80s Virago Cafe was built for Season Two of Cafe Racer on the Discovery Channel. Greg Hageman has been blessed with an eye for finding treasure among a trash heap, transforming rusty bikes  from the 1970s into eye-popping café racers. You can check out more of Greg´s work on his website. images by: erick runyon ...
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