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Castro M1 Bike

Castro M1 is a sleek little bike designed for urban cyclists. The minimalist bicycle is designed, manufactured, and assembled in Barcelona, it was imagined and built to meet the demanding lifestyle of urbanites, it is adaptable to a variety of people with different riding styles, and is quick and easy to store, the kind of bike you could just pick up and ride. Its slim stainless steel frame can be folded in no time to occupy only 23 cm (9 inches) of space, and can be stored anywhere. An all-purpose bike that´s a great addition to your daily routine. Available in either a 2-speed or 3-speed model.



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FLECTR 360 BIKE REFLECTOR

Besides being healthy, cycling is a great contribution to the preservation of the environment. But, you need to be safe, specially at night. The FLECTR 360 Bike Reflector lets you be seen at every angle whilst riding. The adhesive reflector features a clean design and wraps razor-thin around the rim, becoming part of your bike and reflecting a strong beam of light in any direction. Multi-direction reflectivity increases your safety, and the rotating, pulsing and mov...
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2016 TRIUMPH STREET TWIN

The 2016 Triumph Street Twin is a classic Triumph designed for customization, it features a new 900 cc inline two-cylinder high torque engine with liquid cooling, and sports most of the electronic gadgetry that is incorporated on the other Bonneville models, namely the ride-by-wire throttle with traction control, ABS, switchable traction control, LED lighting, and USB port on the headstock. They also claim this model is 36% more fuel efficient than its predecessor. ...
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South Garage BMW R75/5

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Italy´s South Garage. The spectacular build is based on a BMW R75/5 from 1979, and it was given the name "Nerboruta”, an Italian term used to describe something brawny, muscular and sinewy, which perfectly reflects the bike’s presence. After stripping the beauty to its barest essentials, the Milan-based crew went to work on handcrafting the parts and pieces to give Nerboruta a stance that earns its name. Wood grain accent...
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