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Growler City Bicycle

The Growler City Bike is a concept by industrial designer Joey Ruiter. He took a Growler from a local pub and set out to build a bike around it, with a cafe racer style. The bike features fat 29 inch tires, monarch springer front end, 2 speed internal kickback hub, disc brakes, and a drink holder allowing the rider to transport a half gallon jug of beer. via



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TIMBERLEAF CAMPING TRAILER

The Timberleaf Camping Trailer is a great way to explore everything the backcountry has to offer, it can easily be towed by any passenger vehicle and is perfect for campers looking to slim down their summer payload. It weighs in at under 1,200 pounds yet still offers everything you need for a short stay in the wilderness, cozy sleeping quarters with a queen mattress, plenty of storage, and a massive skylight that allows you to literally sleep under the stars. There ...
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HEROIN BIKE

Heroin Bike is a new bicycle designed and assembled by the French company Heroin, and built from composite carbon fiber which is hand made by Italian craftsman. Inspired by the Le Corbusier "modulor” concept of ideal proportions, and using perfection as their motto, the company built a unique bike where the specs speak for themselves: built from Torayca MJ46 carbon fiber, each frame is adjusted to the size of its future owner, then baked and glued together by propri...
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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE | BY DOWN & OUT

The Triumph Bonneville is one of our all time favorite motorbikes, we have featured several custom Bonneville´s over the years, our latest crush is this masterpiece by British custom specialists Down & Out, based on a standard T100 SE. The bike was commissioned by the founder of Bike Shed (a custom motorbike culture website), and this build is all about chassis parts, weight loss, the right design & paint, and throwing away the bits that look ugly – ending u...
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