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Summit Series Hd 1080p Goggles | By Liquid Image

The problem with the majority of cameras on the market that attach to a helmet is having to worry about tree branches and bushes knocking the camera off, also, you spend valuable riding time trying to make sure the camera is pointed in the right direction to record your adventurous run. The Summit goggles feature a true POV HD video, 136 degree wide angle camera integrated into the goggle allowing you to capture Hi-Def 1080p video! Product includes a 4GB Micro SDHC card, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, micro bag, and USB cables.



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KURT KINETIC ROAD MACHINE INDOOR TRAINER

If you stay off the bike over the winter because of the harsh conditions, this could be a good solution for you, the "Kurt Kinetic Road Machine Indoor Trainer". Its quiet, smooth, leak-proof, and offers an ultra-accurate simulation of outdoor riding. Powertap calibrated, the fluid trainer automatically adjusts resistance as you change speed....
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SURF LAKES

Surf Lakes is a massive pool in Australia that generates 5 different types of waves for surfers! Equipped with a huge contraption that creates waves in concentric circles that then radiate outwards, the pool has been designed to potentially produce over 2,000 waves per hour, suitable for all skill levels and surf craft. It delivers 5 levels of perfectly natural looking waves all at the same time, from beginner to pro (a heavy slab, suitable for high level surfers an...
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FINGERSURFING

Fingersurfing is another fun project on Kickstarter. The idea, developed by two Danish surfer brothers was conceived on the backseat of a car during long surfing trips. The brothers passed time sticking their hand out the window and surfing the wind with different flat objects like pea pods under their fingers. They imitated surf moves and with time and experience became "pro finger surfers". The brothers have now took the concept and developed the model designs and...
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