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Triumph Bonneville Venom

To celebrate Konami´s new game "Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain", Triumph have presented a spectacular one-off creation, dubbed "Venom". The military-styled bike is based on the Bonneville T100 ridden by character Snake in Metal Gear Solid V, and was created in-house by the Triumph team. Modifications include custom built wheels fitted with the popular and aggressive go-anywhere Continental TKC80 tyres, a yellowed-out JVB Rumbler headlight, slash cut exhausts, a neoprene and carbon kevlar leather saddle (inspired by Snake’s combat wear), and heavy duty ammo rack loops around the back of the bike. A true masterpiece.




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BajaBoard

BajaBoard is an extreme off-road electric skateboard with amazing power and impressive handling on rough terrain. The 4WD skateboard is inspired by the Baja1000 rally, an all-terrain beast that handles partly like a snowboard and partly like a motorbike. It features a fully independent suspension and steering system (for handling jumps), "DWA” for stability at high speeds and easy drifting during turns, and has a top speed of 31mph (50kph), plus a 18+ mile range. It...
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IBERT SAFE-T SEAT

Let your child have a better view than your backside! Unlike other bike seats or trailers, your child rides at the back, this front-mounted design allows you to safely load and unload your child. The iBert gives you a better center of gravity and makes it easier to interact with your child. ...
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INTERLOCK | INTEGRATED SEATPOST LOCK

How cool is this? a lock that hides inside your bike! Interlock is a cable lock stowed inside a seatpost, its universal and can be installed on virtually any bike. Simply pull out the cable, and run it through your frame, rear wheel, and bike rack when it comes time to leave your rig outside. When not in use, it is easily hidden and conveniently stored. You never need to remember to carry your lock again! watch the video Learn more from Interlock, or purchase...
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