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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 Boston’s 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 John´s wonderful adventures on his blog.




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2011 MORGAN THREEWHEELER

This car was a huge success for the Morgan Motor Company back in the early 1900´s. Now Morgan have relaunched this popular model with a  "Screaming Eagle” 1800 cc engine from Harley Davidson, and a Mazda 5 speed gearbox. This permits the threewheeler to achive  0-60 in 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 115 miles per hour. ...
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TRATAR BIKES

Tratar is a small company that handcrafts bicycles in Slovenia in quite an interesting fashion. The beautiful bikes are crafted from top quality, locally sourced Slovenian wood and assembled by hand with biodegradable glue to minimize the production’s environmental footprint. The end result is a construction with no visible joints and thus no weak points. The sleek city bicycles are available in two different specifications on the same frame. The single-speed offers...
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Auto Fabrica BMW R80

If something works out well, why not do it again? After huge success with their stunning "Type10” BWR80 conversion, Auto Fabrica took the same formula and applied it to this new build. The "Type 10A” BMW R80 had no radical change in the approach, only a few twists here and there. They designed the subframe narrower in favor of a sportier silhouette, and the originally arched support tubes have been replaced by straight lines. The original tank has been preserved (ev...
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