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Foldable Helmet | By Carrera

The new foldable helmet by Carrera is the revolution in the city bike protection. Itīs design is inspired by the old pistards helmet made in leather, it features a never seen flexible frame giving you the best comfort ever tried, with no compromise on safety, you will find the perfect fitting thanks to the elastic fitting system. It can be used in any kind of situation on the bike and then folded in a bag when you don’t need it any more. The top level safety standard is guaranteed.




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TREK LANCE AMSTRONG DISTRICT BIKE

Trek now offers a closer look into its District bike made in collaboration with Lance Armstrong. Among the many features, the bike boasts a carbon fiver frame, carbon fiber composite yellow belt drive system....
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BMW R60/7 | BY ER MOTORCYCLES

Remember the amazing BMW R80 custom named "Mobster” we featured recently? Now ER Motorcycles have rolled out this spectacular BMW R60/7 conversion, simply sublime. Not much information on the bike available, weīll just leave you with some photos to drool over. Seems like these guys canīt get it wrong, we shall wait anxiously for their next build. This impressive BMW is currently for sale, for detailed information contact Blaz Sustarsic at info@ermotorcycles.c...
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TINNIE 10 VESSEL

TINNIE 10 is the latest project by Joey Ruiter, a designer we have featured several times before, with innovative products such as the Growler City Bike, the Inner City Bike, and the Lo-Ruiter Longboard. Built from thick lightweight aluminum, the small portable vessel weighs only 173 lbs (79kg) and features white oak plank flooring, xorel upholstered seating, a 6hp 4-stroke motor (electric option available) and has room for 2 adults. The long range goal for this din...
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