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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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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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BUGATTI 16C GALIBIER CONCEPT

Bugatti released pictures of our 16C Galibier, the prototype of the future four-door brand, first introduced to the public at the Geneva Motor Show. The interior is minimalist but at the same time refined, thanks to high-quality materials and the inclusion of a clock Parmigiani, created specially for the Galibier, which can be removed and placed on the wrist....
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2015 LINCOLN MKC

Lincoln are reinventing themselves, they have officially presented the new Lincoln MKC, and it looks stunning. The 2015 Lincoln MKC is the anxiously awaited production model of the MKC Concept revealed earlier this year. The beautifully designed SUV is equipped with a 275 horsepower 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine and 300 pound feet of torque. The MKC is equipped with all the latest hi-tech features and can be paired with a mobile app to easily unlock, lock, start or even...
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