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Connor Wood Bicycles

Connor Wood Bicycles from Denver Colorado, are specialists in creating rideable works of art, they hand sculpt, individually crafted, beautiful wood bicycles, using sustainable American hardwoods. The bikes really standout from the crowd, they are hand-sculpted in ash and walnut woods, and are protected with with durable marine spar varnish. The distinct bikes are unbelievably smooth to ride and are available in three styles, Woody cruiser, Woody Scorcher, and Woody Mountain. watch the video



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1973 FORD BRONCO | Image

1973 FORD BRONCO

Available for grabs, is this supremely maintained and remarkably restored Ford Bronco from 1973. There is not much information on the beauty, we know that under the hood there is a 302 ci V8 engine matted to an automatic transmission, and that it has only 16,607 miles on the odometer. Other than that, it looks immaculate, the canvas top looks fairly new, as do the chunky all-terrain tires. We love the all-black look and can only imagine cruising in it all summer....
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OMATA ONE

Omata One is the world´s first analog GPS speedometer, and what a good looking one it is. The sleek kit simplifies the cycling computer, showing you only the stuff that really matters out there: speed, distance, ascent and time. With a beautiful, modern and analog design, the highly advanced GPS computer blends retro accents with distinct contemporary vibes, and tracks everything with the same high-level of precision as the best cycling computers. The minimalist sp...
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SUZUKI FREEWIND SCRAMBLER | Image

SUZUKI FREEWIND SCRAMBLER

Martin Schuurmans is a product designer based in Eindhoven who started out as a furniture designer and along the way shifted his focuses to his passion for motorcycles. After 2 years of building and design, he finished this sharp-looking Suzuki XF650 scrambler. The idea was to build a bike that is strong and reliable enough to go on long road trips, fast enough to cruise on the highway, light enough to handle nimble offroad, and reliable enough to go on long distanc...
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