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Burner Bike Lights

Burner is another quality bike product by Beryl, the same guys that brought you the very cool Laserlight. The sleek lights provide a light spread of 180 degrees for good side-on visibility, and have a built in light sensor that will come on when low light conditions are detected. The front light produces a wide and eye-catching 180 degree beam pattern, whilst the rear Burner gives out 100 (this is incredibly powerful for a rear light). When used on normal steady mode the lights will last for a very impressive 60-65 hours on a single charge! Both lights also come with a magnetic bracket with spherical rotation for easy attachment and adjustment. You can get each one individually or together in a Combo Pack.

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RISK AUTO

Risk auto is based in Phoenix Arizona, they bring us this beauty based on the 1957 Aston Martin DBR2. The RA sports a striking, classic body made from aircraft-spec carbon composites, a full carbon chassis, adapted Aeron chairs for seats, height adjustable steering, reach adjustable Tilton pedals, a choice of 6- or 12-cylinder Jaguar E-Type engines or a LS3 Corvette V8, and NASA Aerogel Insulation....
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GROWLER CITY BICYCLE

The Growler City Bike is a concept by industrial designer Joey Ruiter. He took a Growler from a local pub and set out to build a bike around it, with a cafe racer style. The bike features fat 29 inch tires, monarch springer front end, 2 speed internal kickback hub, disc brakes, and a drink holder allowing the rider to transport a half gallon jug of beer. via...
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1978 HONDA CB750 | BY CLOCKWORK MOTORCYCLES

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Montreal-based Clockwork Motorcycles, a talented team that has given this 1978 Honda CB750 a sleek all-black makeover. The stealth bike was striped to its essentials, and no parts were left untouched, they rebuilt the engine and exhaust system, and fitted new rear shocks, new wiring, a custom leather seat, a modified oil tank and hand made side cover with a brushed, blacked-out metal effect (also applied to the fuel tank’...
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