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Wooden Bike Handlebars | By F&y

"Les Classiques" is a collection of beautifully carved wooden handlebars by design studio F&Y. The Canadian studio is ran by Frédérique Beaubien and Yannic Ryan, they have a huge passion for woodwork and bike rides. Each handlebar is individually handcrafted and made from wood, aluminum and brass. Stylish accessory giving your ride a timeless look. via



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VOLATA BIKE

Volata Cycles, based in San Francisco, have presented their Italian-Designed, high-tech bicycle. The Volata Bike is specifically designed for next generation commuters, focusing on the integration of cycling and tech in a unique way. Notable features include an integrated 2.4-inch LCD TFT display built into the aluminum stem, built-in GPS, built-in lights automatically turn on when it gets dark, an electronic horn, a self-charging battery (automatically charges whil...
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MOORMANN CAMPUS BUS

Custom Bus is a German company that specializes in personalizing VW campers, motor homes and mobile offices. The vehicle featured is a custom built VW bus idealized by German designer Nils Holger Moormann, a self-confessed lover of minimalist design and authentic materials. Working alongside Custom Bus, they transformed a Volkswagen T6 bus into a mobile home away from home, together they omitted everything that could possibly be omitted and left the vehicle as incon...
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CUSTOM BUILT 1963 BMW | BY BLITZ MOTORCYCLES

In the past months we´ve shown you some awesome custom built motorcycles, but this must top are list. This is a 1963 BMW R60/2 named "Great Escape" customized by French Blitz Motorcycles and featuers a 594 cc Boxer twin engine, 18 " enduro tires, and oddball swing-arm suspension both front and rear. Via Bikeexif...
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