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Contortionist Folding Bike | By Dominic Hargreaves

We don´t normally post prototypes, but occasionally, if we find something really special we have to feature it. Designer Dom Hargreaves entered the James Dyson Award to try and gain funding to take this folding bike forward. Most folding bikes are not as compact as this bike when folded, the Contortionist folds completely into the space of the wheels 26in circumference, and leaves a nice little pull handle for you to drag the bike around. The bike didn´t go into production, but, elements of innovation within the design are now being developed into production bikes with an undisclosed manufacturer. Watch the video



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REVOLIGHTS

Revolights is another product that was made available thanks to a very successful Kickstarter campaign. The revolutionary bike lighting system consists of two thin profile LED arcs (white in front, red in back) that clip on to your wheels. They provide cyclists with superior lighting and illuminate the path in front of them, casting 360 degrees, they illuminate not only the ground but road signs and elevated obstacles. It also makes it easier for others to sight the...
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DUCATI SUPER SPORT 600 | BY MARCO ARTIZZU | Image

DUCATI SUPER SPORT 600 | BY MARCO ARTIZZU

Custom Motorbike expert Marco Artizzu barely touched this 1995 Ducati Supersport 600. He took off the fairing, changed the wheels from alloys to spokes, added some knobby tires, a leather seat and painted the tank British Competition Green... but, the end result was a completely new ride, we love it. Watch the video...
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JACK PINE TRIUMPH | BY HAMMARHEAD INDUSTRIES

This is a 2008 Triumph T100 Scrambler custom built by Hammarhead Industries, the Jack Pine is a Triumph Scrambler that’s been given a thorough reworking—which includes the removal of the oil cooler, a rear frame loop shortened by four inches, and a reworked seat unit. It’s a cool, understated look enhanced by Continental Twinduro tires and matte black paint....
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