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Bicycle Cup Holder | By Death At Sea

This stylish cup holder by Death at Sea, is the perfect accessory to compliment your beautiful fixie. Made from high quality silicone rubber to resist the elements, the sleek bicycle cup holder is ideal for carrying your iced coffee, a water bottle, or anything else you need within easy reach while riding. Available in either black or grey.



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Classified Moto Honda CT70 Scrambler

There are a few custom builders that push the boundaries, but none have impressed us more than Classified Moto with their heavily customized motorbikes. The latest build to roll out of their workshop is this Honda CT70 Scrambler from 1991, a custom minibike named "Junior". The bike was stripped to its essentials and specially customised for driving on the rear wheel. Over the years, John Ryland and his team have redesigned many motorcycles and created a whole catalo...
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Bentley Continental GT Rally Edition

An off-road Bentley! We love this, partially because its just cool looking and partially because it drives automotive purists up the wall. This wild, modified Continental GT you see here was built for National Geographic’s Supercar Megabuild TV series and was recently listed for sale on eBay. This four-wheel-drive battle-car has $32,500 worth of upgrades and is fully drivable on the road, it has a 6.0-liter W12 engine with loads of torque, eight Quantum Racing adjus...
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ELECTRON WHEEL

Convert your traditional bike into a electric bike in seconds with the Electron Wheel. This unique, practical and brilliant design makes cycling easy and effortless, it contains a powerful motor, smart sensors, and an efficient battery that deliver plenty of kick to your ride. Simply remove the front wheel off your current bike and throw on the Electron Wheel, no tools, no hassle, its that simple. Then, just use your bike like you always have, but enjoy the ease of ...
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