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Journey Trailer & Drybag | By Topeak

The Topeak Journey Trailer and drybag combo is perfect for a ride to the farmers market, to the office or for a world trip. The lightweight yet rugged trailer attaches to the bike via SideLock quick release fittings, allowing for easy attach and release. The integrated, removable 65.3 litres DryBag is waterproof and fits securely into the trailer.

Get it in Europe here

Also check out the Burley Travoy Bike Trailer




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LEGACY POWER WAGON

Legacy Power Trucks is a company based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. They produce some serious conversions like this awesome Legacy Power Wagon, a completely modernized version of the Dodge Power Wagon. The mean American truck is like a Dodge Power Wagon on steroids and comes equipped with either a 425 hp Mopar V8 engine or a Cummins Diesel. Available in two or four door format, the end result...is nothing short of a work of art. Watch the video...
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SPURCYCLE BICYCLE BELL

Bells are something every cyclist should use, this sleek bicycle bell by Spurcycle is compact, versatile and delivers a powerful sound. The elegant bell is skillfully constructed in the USA from stainless steel and brass components designed to last, it mounts on to any handlebar, whether you own a modern road, mountain, or vintage townie, and features a uniquely engineered hammer, that produces a remarkably loud ring. Available in either silver or black. watch the v...
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SAILBOAT KIT | BY BALMAIN BOAT COMPANY

Do you enjoy sailing? What about building model airplanes? The Balmain Boat Company creates flat-packed, DIY rowboats and sailboats. All you need to do is follow the step-by-step instructions, according to BBCo, the Sailboat Kit usually takes around 30 hours to complete. When fully built the sailboat measures 9.8 x 4.3 x 1.7, and weighs 110 pounds. A great project to build with your son or grandson. via...
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