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Spokelit Bicycle Light

Cycling is healthy besides being a great contribution to the preservation of the environment. But, you need to be safe, the SpokeLit is the best way to be seen. Just plug in and .... start pedaling. You can choose a flashing light or constant light full of color. The constant light, when you are in motion, creates the cool effect of an arc of colored light. The batteries last a long time and the installation is done in seconds.
 




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Harley-Davidson Scrambler

From there workshop in a industrial warehouse in South Sydney, Australia, Gasoline Motor Company have striped to its essentials a Harley 1200cc street bike and turned it into an exceptionally high-powered scrambler. The impressive build is nothing short of a savage beast, it can handle all terrain, in any weather, thanks to its raised clearance and rugged all-terrain tyres. Named "A-15 the all terrain powerhouse features a brat style seat and matching grips covered...
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THE SALANDER | BY ZADIG MOTORCYCLES

Based in Belgium, Zadig Motorcycles have rolled out of their garage this stunning custom motorcycle named - The Salander. Based on a 1979 Honda CJ250T, the bike has an utilitarian character achieved by the rough-round-the-edges finish, and features a vintage Brooks bicycle seat and a bare fuel tank carved with artistic flair, that compliment the raw look perfectly. On a side note, Zadig Motorcycles raises money building bikes to help children inflicted by lif...
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TURN SIGNAL GLOVES

Whether commuting from work or just cruising at night time on your bicycle, being seen by motorists is essential for your safety. These cool Signal Gloves from DOPPELGANGER in Japan, are a definite upgrade on your safety, the gloves have an embedded LED light triggered by a thumb-accessible button that flashes indicating the direction you wish to take, alerting both cyclists and motorists. via ...
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