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Le Velo Vintage Bikes

Le Velo is a cycling workshop in Hamburg, Germany, that specializes in building custom vintage bicycles. The owner Senad Sarac is fascinated by craft and good quality and has been collecting antique bicycle parts for years. Every detail is discussed, planned and implemented in accordance with the customer, and the bike is built with restored old parts but also with specially made parts. The workshop combines the tradition of classic bicycle craft, learned over many generations, with the modern crafts of our time, and still uses original tools from two centuries ago. The end results are true works of art.



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DTV SHREDDER

This off-road device looks like fun. The DTV Shredder is a combination of a skateboard deck with traditional skateboard trucks, a powerful engine and two mean tank-threads capable of shreddinŽany terrain at high speeds of 30 mph on snow, sand, trails, the side of a mountain, literally making the outdoors your terrain park....
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THINBIKE | BY SCHINDELHAUER

The new ThinBike by Schindelhauer is the perfect city bike if you live in a small apartment. ThinBike features inventive and elegant solutions for inner-city traffic, like an integrated taillight and a built-in bell on the brake lever. The bike handlebars and pedals can be easily folded to help you store it even in the smallest of rooms. Available in the US at beltdr.com...
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VANMOOF BICYCLES

Vanmoof is an ambitious young Dutch company that was born from a love for bicycles and a hunger for change. The basic idea is to help all citizens of the world to move around within the city in a fast, easy and stylish manner. According to Dutch designer Sjoerd Smit, everything unnecessary was removed from the bike, only maintaining comfort, simplicity and style. The bike is light, with no cables in sight, it features a LED light powered by a solar panel, it has 3 g...
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