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Vanhulsteijn Bikes

How cool is this ride? Vanhulsteijn bikes are all handmade from stainless steel in Holland, the bikes are custom built according to your height, as well as your "innerleg" measure. You can also choose from several Gear options. The most notable feature has to be it´s atypical and unique frame, leaving the saddle almost floating and allowing you to easily carry the bike over your shoulder. [scouted by: Wieland Vernooij]



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LEATHER BIKE GLOVES | BY NARIFARI | Image

LEATHER BIKE GLOVES | BY NARIFARI

Narifari are a small Japanese company that sell fashionable cycling gear. These technically advanced and stylish leather gloves have been fully optimized for cycling, they feature stretchy fingers for breaking, a cut on the wrist for easily checking your watch, and conductive material on the fingertips, for using your smartphone without removing the gloves. Plus they are waterproof....
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WINNEBAGO REVEL

The all-new Winnebago Revel is designed specifically for active outdoor enthusiasts, an adventure-ready 4x4 off-road camper with some nice interior touches. Using a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 platform as its blank canvas, the capable camper is equipped with a 3-liter turbo-diesel engine complete with high/low range and hill descent mode for added off-road capability. Inside you´ll find a wet bath with a cassette toilet, a compressor refrigerator, a dinette for meals...
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1980 HONDA CB 750 | BY CDR MOTORCYCLES | Image

1980 HONDA CB 750 | BY CDR MOTORCYCLES

CRD(Cafe Racer Dreams) Motorcycles is a new company based in Spain. Owner Pedro Garcia has always been an enthusiastic lover of motorsport, especially two-wheeled vehicles. He has a vast mechanical experience specializing in Japanese motorcycles of the 70s and 80s. Here we feature one of his sleek creations, the custom built Honda CB 750 kz from 1980 nicknamed "Brownie". The standout feature has to be the open space under the seat, giving the bike a minimal look and...
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