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Vintage Teardrop Trailer

"Vacations in a Can" is a company that lets you enjoy a true adventurous vacation in one of their classic "canned hams" (tear trailers). The company offers custom-built tear trailers for purchase, and tear trailers for rental. They also repair and restore tear trailers and vintage travel trailers. "A tear trailer, also known as a tear camper trailer, is a streamlined, compact, lightweight travel trailer which gets its name from its tear profile. Tear trailers usually have sleeping space for two adults and often have a basic kitchen in the rear."

Check out their website for more information.




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MUD CRUTCH | BY RACE FACE

Race Face are experts in developing high performance cycling components. They have designed the "Mud Crutch", a clever guard that collects any mud spray headed upwards on a potentially devastating trajectory. The simple and effective Mud Crutch stretches around your bicycle fork and features a quick on and off design. Get it in Europe here...
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WEST COAST DEFENDER

It seems our obsession with Land Rover Defenders is shared with West Coast Defender, an LA based company. If you live in the U.S. the cult vehicle hasnīt been available new on the market since 1997, and importing one is not an option due to strict U.S. vehicle import laws. However classic cars, like the Defender, 25 years old or older, have no import restrictions. "West Coast Defender" searches the UK and Europe for classic Land Rover Defenders, brings them to the ...
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Fabric USB Bike Light

We canīt get enough of the minimal, modern aesthetic Fabric designs all of its bicycle accessories with, and this USB Bike Light is no exception. The FL300 is built from high-quality materials and components, and has been slimmed down to perch unassumingly atop your handlebars or on your seatpost until called upon. It casts a 300-lumen beam for two hours, and has a buttery-smooth dial on the back, which lets you adjust the brightness and toggle between modes. The sl...
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