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Wood Kayak | By Justin Charles

This exclusive heirloom quality, hand crafted kayak by Justin Charles is made from from a composite of Western Red Cedar strips and glass fiber, making it weigh a mere 38 lbs and easy to manage. It features Watertight storage compartments fore and aft, adjustable foot braces, seat and backrest, carrying handles and deck rigging included.



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EQUILIBRIUM BIKE

The stunning Equilibrium Bike is completely designed, engineered and built in Italy by SZ Bikes with particular attention given to details and high quality materials. Aluminum is used for the frame, rims, pedals, handlebar and the seat tube, and the front fork is completely made of carbon fiber. The award-winning bike has a unique design, it features half rim coloration that give it particular and noticeable effect, an automatic gearbox, disc braking system, CNC mac...
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OVERLAP BIKES

Overlap Bikes is a recent startup from Portugal, they build single speeds, fixies and internally geared bikes, with sleek details that set them apart. Two models are currently available, the Pura, a single speed road bike, and the Gentelman´s Racer, with 8 gears. Details include a Brooks saddle, Lightskin seatpost, and integrated anti-theft tracker, but you can talk with the guys and have a custom built ride. ...
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YAMAHA XS400 | BY HOLD FAST MOTORS

Hold Fast Motors is a small workshop run by Andrew Hull from Austin, Minessota. He has done an awesome job turning this 1979 Yamaha XS400 into a Brat/Scrambler hybrid, named "Black & Tan”. Inspired by the knobby tires and the rough look of the Triumph Steve McQueen was riding in the movie "Great Escape", Andrew´s creation went from a brat bike to this cool knobby tired scrambler. source: the bike shed...
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