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AirBell

AirBell is a clever bicycle bell that hides an Apple AirTag! This ingenious solution lets you hide your AirTag safely and inconspicuously on the handlebars of your bike, e-bike or scooter and always know exactly where it is located. The AirBell´s appeal lies in the fact that it looks precisely like the common, inexpensive bicycle bells used on city bikes. There isn´t even a hint that it has a fancy $29 AirTag (available separately), so there isn´t even a good reason to steal it or even take it off once a bike has been stolen. That implies that you will soon be able to locate it through Apple´s widely used Find My network.



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TANNUS TIRES

Tannus Tires made a new and great development for those of us who love riding our bikes but are always afraid of the big bad puncture that leads to a flat tire. In fact they´ve designed a solid, yet lightweight, special tire that prevents it from getting flat. Another interesting feature is that you can choose between twelve fashionable colors for the tire itself, letting you give a livelier look to your two-wheeled friend. It´s also available in eight different s...
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HONDA GOLDWING KENZO

Designed and built in England by Death Machines of London, this incredible looking beast is a custom 1977 Honda Gold Wing GL1000 inspired by a Samurai general’s armor and named after Kenzo Tada, who was the first Asian to compete in the legendary Isle of Man TT in 1930. The impressive build was constructed using a myriad of modern and old-school construction techniques including CNC machining, 3D-printing, and using an English wheel and sowing machine....
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ELECTRIC PEUGEOT EX1

To celebrate its 200 years of existence, Peugeot decided to create something that was truly worthy of this special day. If we combine the best of current technology with a design that seems to have left the movie Tron or Batman, we get the concept car Peugeot EX1. The EX1 is currently the world´s fastest electric car recently beating the record that the Mini E had already established in the German Nurburgring circuit....
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