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Geekhouse Woodville Touring Bike

John "Probably" Watson is the author of the popular bike culture blog "Prolly is Not Probably", he takes is adventure cycling very seriously. This is his ride, built to order by Bostonís Geekhouse Bikes. You can also make this machine your own at Geekhouse Bikes, you can build on the Woodville Touring frame choosing near limitless options, from mounts fenders, racks, water bottles, braking options...

You can follow Johnīs wonderful adventures on his blog.




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GEEKHOUSE WOODVILLE TOURING BIKE | Image

GEEKHOUSE WOODVILLE TOURING BIKE

John "Probably" Watson is the author of the popular bike culture blog "Prolly is Not Probably", he takes is adventure cycling very seriously. This is his ride, built to order by Bostonís Geekhouse Bikes. You can also make this machine your own at Geekhouse Bikes, you can build on the Woodville Touring frame choosing near limitless options, from mounts fenders, racks, water bottles, braking options... You can follow Johnīs wonderful adventures on...
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LUCETTA MAGNETIC BIKE LIGHTS | Image

LUCETTA MAGNETIC BIKE LIGHTS

The Lucetta is a set of two small magnetic lights that attach to any metal part on your bike, and are guaranteed to stay securely in place even on the bumpiest street. The two small lights (1 red and 1 white) can easily be removed to avoid theft, and connected to each other turning into one compact object for easy storage. watch the video Available for purchase in Europe here ...
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MISSION ONE ELECTRIC SUPERBIKE | BY MISSION MOTORS | Image

MISSION ONE ELECTRIC SUPERBIKE | BY MISSION MOTORS

Mission Motors is an icon for a new era of efficient and exciting vehicles. Designed by Fuse Project, the Mission One Premier Limited Edition (PLE) electric superbike is an all-electric bike with a 150 mile range and takes to charge no longer than 2 hours out of a 240 volt outlet, or 8 hours on a 120 volt outlet. The bike has a blistering performance, with the ability to pull off power wheelies at 80 mph and achieve a 161 mph top speed! Among its technical advances,...
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