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Frame Mounted U-lock Holster

Remember the U-Lock holster we featured recently? Another great and stylish solution for carrying your U-Lock was developed by one of our favorite leather crafters, Walnut Studiolo. The stylish Frame Mounted U-Lock Holster is a convenient way to carry your U-Lock, it keeps it tightly secured and rattle-free. Available in several colors. You can buy it from their website or from their Etsy online store.

Also by Walnut Studiolo check out:
6 Pack Holder | Seat Barrel Bag | Bicycle Frame Handle




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DONIROSSET | BRAZILIAN SUPERCAR | Image

DONIROSSET | BRAZILIAN SUPERCAR

DoniRosset Supercar is the first supercar car built in Brazil. Commissioned by William Denis Rosset who wanted to offer an extravagant gift to his father Donino "Doni" Rosset. The beast was designed by ex-Volkswagen designer Fernando Morita from Brazillian design studio AmoritzGT, it features a Dodge Viper-sourced twin-turbocharged 8.4 litre V10 with 1007hp! After gathering enough interest, 50 of these are now being produced with 5 already ordered for a cool price o...
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ARIEL ATOM

Ariel is a small car company based in Somerset, England, they produce less than 100 cars per year. Ariel Atom is a high-performance supercar that was designed to give you a driving experience as close as possible to an F-1 car. The result is a lightweight, minimalist street legal car, with no windshields, doors or ceiling. The engine, you can choose a 09 Honda K20 aspirated(245hp) or supercharged(300hp). It is capable of 0-60 sub 3 seconds and 0-100 sub 11 seconds! ...
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ASS SAVERS | EMERGENCY MUDGUARDS | Image

ASS SAVERS | EMERGENCY MUDGUARDS

Ass Savers are practical bicycle mudguards. Made of recycled material, it weighs practically nothing and folds into a stable position under the saddle. Place it at the first sign of rain, eliminating embarrassing stains after a race on a wet track, and when not needed, fold it up and tuck it underneath your saddle. At an affordable price, this is worth considering if you do not have a mudguard on your fixie. watch the video...
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