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Yamaha Xs360 | By The Hookie

The Hookie, is a Germany based custom motorcycle workshop, they recently rolled out this custom Yamaha XS360, a minimal cafe/tracker hybrid for the urban jungle with big knobbly tyres, with a rough and raw finish. We love the rough-round-the-edges finish appeal on this.



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JOURNEY BASECAMP TRAILER

The awesome Journey Trailer by Freespirit Recreation is a basecamp package built for overland camping excursions, a portable tent and camping package thatís fit for explorers of all skill sets. The compact camp cargo trailer comes with a built-in 9-foot tent providing guests and families alike ample room to move about in and around the camp. You can store all of your soft gear right on top of the tent without sacrificing any of the valuable trailer storage. Addition...
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STROMER ST2 ELECTRIC BIKE

The ST2 is the new digitally connected e-bike by Swiss brand Stromer, it integrates Bluetooth, GPS and GSM systems. With an understated and minimalist design its technical features sure are a nice surprise, with a redesigned engine of 500 Watts, an impressive 35 Nm of torque and a very long range, of up to 90 miles. These numbers are impressive, but the positive features just keep adding up, you get a frame integrated battery, that you can charge on the bike, or tak...
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DV01 | BY DAVID QVICK

Our latest cycle crush is the super stylish DV01, the bike was designed by Swedish designer David Qvick. The contemporary bike is aimed at people who consider a bike to be a convenient means of transportation but also value high aesthetical design. The result is a design perfectly balanced, form and function interact in a successful symbiosis. We love the wooden details David applied on both the handlebar and the rear carry tray. Photos: John Wennerberg...
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