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Blink Steady Bike Light

Blink Steady is another successful project funded by Kickstarter. The bike light is not only cool and elegant, it is also "clever", it turns on automatically and shuts off when youíre not riding! This is possible because of the integrated accelerometer that knows when youíre moving. It also features a light sensor that detects when itís dark enough to turn on. Blink Steady is made from solid aluminum and is hard to steal, it is locked to your seatpost. A "no button" bike light! Awesome!

Also check out the very cool Spokelit Bike Light




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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T100 | BY RENARD | Image

TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE T100 | BY RENARD

Renard is a bike shop from Estonia, they are famous for their awesome limited edition Grand Tourer. The Renard guys have recently formed the Renard Speed Shop, focused on building cafe racers and other custom bikes, their first build is nothing short of spectacular, a custom Triumph Bonneville T100. They slimed it down and made it look like a proper scrambler, adding a custom tank and side panels, plus off-road tires, great lighting details, and a beautiful matte pa...
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CRICKET POP-UP TRAILER

Cricket is a a small, self-contained, lightweight pop-up trailer. Cricket is the versatile, stowable, affordable, environmentally-thoughtful, solution to all your outdoor adventure needs. The Cricket can sleep up to four people (kids in hammocks, adults in beds) and when the trailer is parked and popped, it has over six feet of headroom. With a single touch roof latch that opens in seconds, Cricket removes the tricky set-up associated with most pop-ups, making it ea...
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WRECKLESS KAWASAKI W650

Located in the UK, the fuel that drives this custom motorcycle shop is the passion for creating unique and spectacular machines. Although the Wreckless Motorcycles workshop has a special interest in Ducatis from the 60s and 70s, this beauty featured here is a stunning build based on a Kawasaki W650 from 1999. Their idea was to create a bike that looked vintage but at the same time was easy and modern to handle. The end result is a powerful and easy to ride motorcycl...
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