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CORKY X Sunglasses Mirror

Safety is a key concern when cycling, and physically glancing over your shoulder as you cycle can easily put you in danger. CORKY X is a sunglasses-mounted rearview mirror that lets you instantly look behind you simply by glancing out of the corner of your eye. Developed over two years, this tiny life-saving accessory attaches to any piece of eyewear securely, comfortably, and in mere seconds. It sits at the very corner of your visual periphery to not block your view of the road ahead, and can be tilted in any direction, eliminating blind spots so you have the perfect view of what is behind you. watch the video below



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THE MOPHA TOOL ROLL | Image

THE MOPHA TOOL ROLL

Classic, stylish and practical, we love it. The Mopha Tool Roll is made from waxed canvas with leather trim and a leather toe strap to cinch the roll under your seat or into a bottle cage. It allows you to carry everything you need for any ride, with several pockets you can find just the right spot for all of your gear. source ...
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ESCAPOD TOPO2 TRAILER | Image

ESCAPOD TOPO2 TRAILER

After going viral with their Topo trailer, Escapod have now introduced the Topo2, a fully overhauled off-road camper built with a single-piece composite construction, making it 250lbs lighter than its predecessor. The new Escapod Topo2 Trailer is now more weather-resistant, has 23 inches of ground clearance, an impressive departure angle at 35 degrees, and features independent suspension, solar-connected lithium power and plenty of other upgrades. Inside...
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Nikola Badger Electric Pick-Up Truck | Image

Nikola Badger Electric Pick-Up Truck

Arizona-based startup Nikola Motor Company have unveiled a spectacular new electric truck with an impressive 600-mile range. The Nikola Badger will be offered as both a purely battery-electric vehicle and as an electric/fuel-cell hybrid that can also recharge its onboard battery from the grid. The company also claims the pickup will be able to tow up to 8,000 pounds and accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in approximately 2.9 seconds. The current list of specs, w...
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