stuff we drool about

Digital Bike Mirror

If you spend a lot of your time cycling in busy city centers, this is definitely a handy gadget. The "Hindsight 30" by Cerevellum is a digital mirror for your bike, you can see who´s behind you via a 3.5" transflective LCD screen. The head-unit attaches to the handlebars in front of the stem it is easily seen and most protected. The small camera unit attaches to the seat post and faces rearward providing you with a clear view of what is behind you.



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HUSQVARNA TE250 | BY DEUS CUSTOMS | Image

HUSQVARNA TE250 | BY DEUS CUSTOMS

Sometime ago we featured the very popular Surf Bike by Deus Customs, a custom motorbike equipped with an easy on/off surf-rack system built into the frame. This time around Deus have customized this awesome Husqvarna TE250 also with the option of the surf-rack. This is a a bike designed to spend 90 per cent of its life off-road, perfect ride for hitting the beach in style....
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1943 WW2 VW SCHWIMMWAGEN FOR SALE | Image

1943 WW2 VW SCHWIMMWAGEN FOR SALE

The Volkswagen Schwimmwagen is an amphibious four-wheel drive off-roader used by the Germans during the Second World War, it is one of the rarest and most desirable Vintage VWs. This impressive vehicle is a genuine early 1943 Schwimmwagen in fully restored condition, it features all the authentic props from the period, machine gun(disarmed), rifles, shovel and oar mounted to the side, wide wheels and fat Military tires. A screw propeller can be lowered...
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DUCATI FLAT RED 2 | BY JVB-MOTO | Image

DUCATI FLAT RED 2 | BY JVB-MOTO

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Germany´s JVB-Moto, the spectacular Flat Red II is based on a Ducati Monster 1100 and sports an aluminum tank with a carbon cover. The bike was striped to its essentials and weighs only 330 pounds, but packing a cool 100 bhp, thanks to an impressive dual custom exhaust. More photos after the jump...
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