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Carhartt Fixed Gear Bike | By Charge

UK based company Charge and Carhartt have joined forces to create the perfect of a single-speed and a fixed gear bike. Charge is a UK based bicycle company specialising in simple yet functional bicycles and frames with a distinct and contemporary styling. The flip-flop hub on the back wheel can be turned around. With a single speed on one side of the hub and a fixed gear on the other side, you just have to turn around the back wheel, remove the brakes, and the result is a classic style fixed gear bike. Magic!!



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LITELOK

Litelok is a new bike locking device that combines light weight and security. As we know, most of nowadays bike locks are steel made and can get quite clunky and heavy because of the high grade steel they´re made of. Litelok uses composite synthetic fibers (Boaflexicore) that can withstand heavy attacks from bolt cutters and powersaws and still remain intact. It´s large enough to lock your bike onto an electric pole, but light enough not to notice you´re carrying it...
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BMW R80 | BY AUTO FABRICA

British custom builders Auto Fabrica have really achieved perfection in its simplicity with their new build, a stunning BWR80 conversion. The English workshop specializes in a super-clean, minimalist look, and focuses on reducing weight in their custom bikes. The rear is certainly one of the most exciting we’ve seen so far, with a stylish curved orange panel holding slender red acrylic fins that distribute the brake lighting. The perfect ride for commuting in a busy...
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MINI ROCKETMAN

The British brand has anounced that it will be releasing in 2016 a "mini-mini", a smaller version of today´s model, will this be it?. They released the first pictures and information on the Rocketman Concept before its official unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show. It will be only 10cm longer than the original Mini  of the fifties, and has a capacity "3 +1"....
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