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Pulse Urban Bike | By Teague

The Pulse Urban Bike is a creation by seatle designers TEAGUE, its a innovative urban bike concept formed to meet all the standard necessities of bike commute. It features electric turn signals, located both on the edge of each handle and at the rear indicator light, that can be controlled form the handlebars and a glowing frame that lights up when the rider needs it. 



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APRIL 2018 BIKE COMMUTER GEAR

Again, we have rounded up some more practical and functional accessories to turn your commute more pleasant. Some cool stuff that´ll make the time you spend on the bike even more enjoyable whether you’re riding into the office or not. Check out some of our favorite, bike-centric gadgets below, whether you’re a hardcore cyclist or just getting off training wheels, we have listed some awesome products that’ll make your journey to work that bit easier....
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BICYCLE COMMUTER

More people everyday are commuting to work on a bicycle, this time we have rounded up a list of all the tools, gadgets and accessories needed for your safe, comfortable and stylish ride to work. Check out some more photos and product details after the jump......
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1974 Lamborghini Countach LP400

Back in 1974 Lamborghini unveiled the revolutionary Countach LP400, a car ahead of its time. The unique design featured many flat, trapezoidal surfaces and large ducts and air intakes, and the car´s calling card was its flip-up, scissor-style doors, which would carry over to subsequent Lamborghini models. Today, the "Periscopio" LP400 is generally regarded as the most collectible Countach. This sublime example was restored by Lamborghini legend Valentino Balboni, i...
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