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BMW F800GS

BMW Motorrad have recently refreshed one of our all time favorites, their mid-sized 
F800GS adventure bike, giving it an even more fresh and dynamic look. The iconic motorcycle is continuing its long success story and impresses with its versatility for journeys on and off-road. The dream bike has gained newly designed tank covers, ignition lock covers, and new electroplated elements consist of knee covers and radiator covers. It  also benefits from five possible seat heights and an option to lower the suspension, making the model a better fit for more riders. The liquid-cooled 4-valve 2-cylinder engine produces 85hp providing an impressively spontaneous response, remarkable pulling power and a low level of fuel consumption. The new F800GS combines suitability for road use and touring with profound off-road capabilities.




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STROMER ST1 ELITE ELECTRIC BIKE | Image

STROMER ST1 ELITE ELECTRIC BIKE

Public bikes have recently presented a range of e-bikes, including the Stromer ST1 Elite (featured here). The Stromer ST1 Elite is one of the fastest, sportiest electric bikes available, it has a range of 30 to 45 miles with pedal assist, a top speed of 20 mph is capable of 1.5 hours of ride time. Available in either black or white. Read the full specs at Public bikes. watch the video...
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WOOT BIKES

Our latest bike crush comes from Holland, Woot Bikes make awesome fixed gear bikes with a minimalist design, leather saddles and classy wooden handlebars. The stylish, lightweight bikes are made from cromoly aircraft-grade alloy metal and are equipped with a flip-flop hub allowing the rider to choose from either freewheel or fixed. Check out their website for more details on the eye-catcher bike and how to order....
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BIKE DESIGN PROJECT | BY OREGON MANIFEST | Image

BIKE DESIGN PROJECT | BY OREGON MANIFEST

The Bike Design Project by Oregon Manifest challenges five teams from five cycling-centric cities in the US to design the ultimate urban utility bike. Each team is composed of one high-level design firm and one American bicycle crafter, and they are asked "who can make the most innovative utility bike? teams are required to build a fully functional prototype and at the end of the development period, cycling enthusiasts are invited to vote on which des...
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