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Beryl Burner Brake

Staying visible is one of the most important parts of cycling. Beryl premium bike lights are easy to operate, made to last, and are designed for maximum visibility while sharing the road with cars, making sure you’re seen no matter the situation. Their Burner Brake light can detect when you slow down, accurately warning other road users that you are putting your brakes on by intensifying the light. It is powered by their bespoke braking algorithm that uses a smart accelerometer to know when you are purposefully braking or just want to alert other road users behind you. The sleek device is waterproof, and features a 200 lumens rear light with Day Flash mode to keep you extra safe, and plus USB charging. watch the video below



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Nemo Bike-Packing Kit

Adventure gear manufacturers Nemo Equipment have developed a kit dedicated to bike-packers, you can combine the Escape Pod bivy, Moonwalk sleeping bag, and Apollo shelter for the ultimate bikepacking kit. All items are small, lightweight, and packable, a compact setup perfect for carrying on a bike. The Apollo 3P tent ($250) has room for one person, a bike and gear, and is easy to set up, quick to take down, and crunches into the size of a water bottle. The Moonwalk...
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MOKUMONO BIKE

Amsterdam is the cycling capital of Europe, so there is no surprise some very cool bicycles are being created in the Netherlands. Inspired by the automotive industry and its innovating and automating of production processes, Mokumono decided to try and reinvent the way a bike frame is produced, using robots just like in the automotive manufacture. Instead of the traditional tubes, the main part of the frame is made from two sheets of 7000-grade aluminum. To allow fo...
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MAYES SCHOOL BUS CONVERSION

The Mayes family have given #vanlife another meaning, they have converted an old school bus into a light and efficient family home. After growing tired of their 5,000-sq-ft family home, the family of six transformed a Thomas High Top into a well-organized and airy humble abode, using thoughtful storage and a minimalist color palette. They stripped out the seats, painted it white and added in a kitchen, cosy living area and bedrooms before embarking on a cross-countr...
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