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2011 Triumph Tiger 800

After months of spy shots and rumors, the new Triumph Tiger 800 has been revealed. Itīs light, simple, fun, has a great motor on it and looks nice too. This bike is similar to the BMW F800GS, but has more power and torque, to be precise it comes with a 800cc Triumph daytona engine, 140hp, and 60 lb-ft torque. The bike will be available in two models, the 800, and a off-road variant named the Xc.



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HINTERHER BIKE TRAILER

Hinterher is a German brand based in Munich that specializes in versatile bike trailers. Available in two different sizes, Hmax and Hmini, the cargo trailers can be configured at their online shop, by choosing from 10 different colors and various accessories available, such as handles, side panels, parking brakes, locks, hiking harness, wooden skies, etc… making this one of the most functional trailers on the market. With just a few quick clicks, the complete b...
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MINIROCKET IGLOW | MINI PUMP & SAFETY LIGHT | Image

MINIROCKET IGLOW | MINI PUMP & SAFETY LIGHT

Another great cycling product by Topeak. Winner of the reddot design award, the MiniRocket iGlow is a micro-sized mini pump with Integral Glow (iGlow) technology for added safety at night and during low visibility conditions. The MiniRocket mounts and dismounts easily to the seatpost or seatstay and has a on-off button. You can get it in Europe here...
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DERRINGER BESPOKE COLLECTION

We have featured Derringer Cycles here before, designed by by world-renowned industrial designer Adrian Van Anz, the Derringer Bespoke Collection is a highly limited collection of hand built bikes inspired by the board tracking racing motorcycles of the 1920s. The bikes can be pedaled like a normal bicycle, or can run on a moto-hybrid drivetrain. via Re Craft ...
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