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Kit Bike | A Bicycle In A Bag

Winner of the prestigious Red Dot design award, Kit Bike is a minimal white bicycle that can easily be dismantled/assembled and carried in a circular leather backpack! Designed by Lucid Design, the unconventional and lightweight ride is made of 21 parts that easily twist and lock together using a rotating mechanism and secured with a key. The bag is divided into 3 sections to store the 2 wheels and all the bicycle components. via watch the cool video



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WALLY ESENSE MEGA YACHT

Italian shipyard Wally, internationally recognized for its luxurious projects, sells one of the largest single mast monohull in the world. The Esense is an incredible 143 foot yacht with a extremely clean minimalist cockpit and 900 m2 of sail area. The boat features a dark hull and light wooden deck, it follows along the same lines that characterize most of the Wally boats. The boat is impressive not only because of it´s size but it is also very sophisticated and lu...
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HARLEY SPORTSTER CUSTOM | BY ROUGH CRAFTS | Image

HARLEY SPORTSTER CUSTOM | BY ROUGH CRAFTS

This beauty is by custom bike builders in Taiwan called Roucgh Crafts, they named it Iron Guerilla, it was originaly a 2009 Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 883. The bike takes Harley’s Nightster theme a step further, with a chopped front end, new bars, bodywork and lighting—and a terrific exhaust system that adds to the compact, muscular vibe. Check out their blog for other custom bikes....
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DOUBLE O BIKE LIGHT

Double O Light is a new and cool bike light brought to us by the brilliant British designer Paul Cocksedge. It features two lights to mount on your bike, a white one at the front and a red one at the rear. At the front you get more lighting power, around 85 lumens, so you can lighten your path, and at the rear you get around 50 lumens, to make sure you´re seen. It features a built in rubber strap so you can fix it around your bike´s frame, or attach it to your backp...
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