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Gropes | Unique Leather Handlebar Grips

Nonusual are a London based design studio, they specialize in re-engineering and re-styling existing everyday tools and objects. Gropes are unique leather handlebar grips. They offer the bike customization enthusiast an individual and eye-catching alternative to the usual handlebar coverings. Gropes are hand-made from high quality leather with pre-punched holes and come with extra-long laces. They are available in two sizes and many color combinations.



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BOOSTED BOARD

After a very successful Kickstarter campaign, the lightweight electric skateboard named Boosted Board, is now available for purchase. Described by the creators as "The Worlds Lightest Electric Vehicle”, Boosted Board is the perfect combination of portability and power. The board is powered by 2000 watts (2.6 horsepower) and weighs a mere 15 lbs, it has a 6 mile range and can travel at speeds up to 20mph, it takes only 90 mins to fully charge! All is controlled via a...
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SINROJA R3 CAFE RACER

We still weren´t aware of the amazing work by Sinroja Motorcycles of Leicester, England, but from now on, we will definitely keep an eye on these guys. This is only their third customization, but judging by the final result, no one would say. Dubbed R3, this beautiful machine has the engine of a BMW R100-R, and a double exhaust positioned just below the seat, something unusual but undoubtedly an excellent detail impossible to go unnoticed. A new frame was built with...
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RISK AUTO

Risk auto is based in Phoenix Arizona, they bring us this beauty based on the 1957 Aston Martin DBR2. The RA sports a striking, classic body made from aircraft-spec carbon composites, a full carbon chassis, adapted Aeron chairs for seats, height adjustable steering, reach adjustable Tilton pedals, a choice of 6- or 12-cylinder Jaguar E-Type engines or a LS3 Corvette V8, and NASA Aerogel Insulation....
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