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Helmetlok

We love riding our bikes, right? But sometimes the helmet can become quite the problem…itīs heavy and not really cool if you want to be hands free to enjoy a walk on the beach or just want to stroll along some park. So Rocky Creed Designs came up with HelmetLok, a simple way to lock your helmet, safely, to your bike, using the handlebars or the frame and without any keys. The HelmetLok uses a combination lock to close, making it easy to use. Fit it into your pocket or your pants belt loop, itīs small enough to do that. With a zinc alloy finish, it looks great and may be a real help for bikers!



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DUCATI URBAN ENDURO | Image

DUCATI URBAN ENDURO

Back in 2015 Ducati introduced the Ducati Scrambler range, a contemporary interpretation of the iconic Ducati model from the 60s. Since then they have expanded the Ducati Scrambler family with new versions and updates such as the Scrambler Urban Enduro, the ideal companion with which to get around urban obstacles with agility, but also to reach new places, riding on the less travelled roads. Using Ducatiīs online configurator we have customised it with upgrades...
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HARLEY DAVIDSON V-ROD CUSTOM | BY WONDER BIKES | Image

HARLEY DAVIDSON V-ROD CUSTOM | BY WONDER BIKES

Wonder Bikes is a custom bike studio in Texas. The owner Jason Wonder only took a couple of months to turn a Harley Davidson V-Rod into this killer bike. The bike is called Rev-2 features Brembo 4 piston brakes attached to HogPro Daytona wheels wrapped in Metzeler tires. Of course it comes with a V-Rod motor, a fuel-injected 1130cc water-cooled V-twin engine, outputting 115 horsepower! ...
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KAWASAKI S1 | BY TWINLINE MOTORCYCLES | Image

KAWASAKI S1 | BY TWINLINE MOTORCYCLES

Like most Fridays, we try to showcase a stunning motorbike find, this Friday is no exception. Today we feature a new discovery, custom motorcycle workshop "Twinline Motorcycles" of Seattle. We picked this awesome 1975 Kawasaki S1 conversion from their portfolio, a dark and subtle cafe racer with street fighter style head lights. Make sure your stop by their website and check out some more of their fine builds....
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