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Horse Cycles X Km City Cruiser

Kaufmann Mercantile have teamed up with Brooklyn´s Horse Cycles for this exclusive, handcrafted single speed bike. The utilitarian ride features a minimal, elegant design, and features a strong yet lightweight frame, and comes with Brooks leather handle grips and matching leather seat, and a copper badge that can be customized with an engraving. Each cruiser is made to order and is available in a choice of olive or cream.



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ICON THRIFTMASTER

The guys over at ICON 4x4 have been very busy lately, after presenting the ICON E-Flyer electric bicycle, they have now rolled out this spectacular Thriftmaster Pickup truck. It is based on the late 1947–1953 Chevrolet 3100 five-window pickup trucks, and is powered by an impressive 315hp 5.3L engine with a Magnuson supercharger bumping it up to 435hp! And don´t be fooled by the vintage-look, this beauty is packed with fully up-to-date technology and can be customize...
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BMW R100R | BY DIAMOND ATELIER | Image

BMW R100R | BY DIAMOND ATELIER

We normally keep our traditional custom motorbike crush for Friday´s, but we couldn´t resist today in showcasing this absolute gem by Diamond Atelier. After their first stunning modification on a BMW R80, the German workshop have worked their magic on this mind-blowing build, based on a BMW R100R. As with their previous bike the guys kept it simple and uncluttered as possible, exactly the way we like it.   This awesome ride is currently for sale through ...
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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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