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Custom Bmw K65 | By Moto Sumisura

Last week we did a popular feature on the awesome "Custom BMW K75" by Moto Sumisura, a garage in Italy ran by BMW fanatic Frank A. We snooped around his website and found this very cool BMW R65 custom scrambler. The bike was originally a 1982 BMW R65, it was stripped down to its bare bones and then reassembled as a one of a kind BMW R65 custom scrambler. We love the details on this, beautiful antique green leather based saddle, and great minimal chrome paint work.



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TOPEAK IGLOWCAGEB

One of the biggest challenges to cyclists is staying visible to cars, the new iGlowCageB by Topeak will surely grab the attention of everybody around you. Winner of the prestigious Red Dot Award, the ingenious water bottle features an integrated super bright RBG LED that illuminates it for 360 degrees of visibility, increasing night safety by alerting motorists or other cyclists of your presence. You can choose from constant on and blinking of the light, and a varie...
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OMATA ONE

Omata One is the world´s first analog GPS speedometer, and what a good looking one it is. The sleek kit simplifies the cycling computer, showing you only the stuff that really matters out there: speed, distance, ascent and time. With a beautiful, modern and analog design, the highly advanced GPS computer blends retro accents with distinct contemporary vibes, and tracks everything with the same high-level of precision as the best cycling computers. The minimalist spe...
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VICTOR BIKE

Victor Bike is a concept created by designer Christophe Robillard of Montreal. A great design that stands out by its unique frame. In a very minimalist approach the frame consists of a single tube that is bent to connect to the back wheel. Christophe says: "I created an object which harmonizes with the townscape while respecting the charisma and the dignity of the cyclist: such values I hold dearly."...
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