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Digital Bike Mirror

If you spend a lot of your time cycling in busy city centers, this is definitely a handy gadget. The "Hindsight 30" by Cerevellum is a digital mirror for your bike, you can see who´s behind you via a 3.5" transflective LCD screen. The head-unit attaches to the handlebars in front of the stem it is easily seen and most protected. The small camera unit attaches to the seat post and faces rearward providing you with a clear view of what is behind you.



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Taylor Stitch
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BICYCLE BRAKE LIGHT | Image

BICYCLE BRAKE LIGHT

The clever Fabric FLR30 Light packs a lot of safety innovation into a small package. The 30-lumen taillight makes clever use of an incorporated accelerometer to increase brightness as speed falls. The result is a dual-purpose light that alerts traffic when you intend to slow down or stop in order to get drivers´ attention and making sure they see you. The R30 is compact, reliable, USB-rechargeable, and burns for between eight and 12 hours depending on the setting. I...
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MORV EXPLORE TRAILER

Manley trailers are inspired by the iconic Military M416 trailer, but with the finish, strength, looks and features sought out by todays overlander and weekend camper. Their rugged and lightweight Explore model is powder coated for long lasting, features premium LED lighting, a locking aluminum lid, a custom made truck quality bed mat, a rooftop tent, and a hitch mounted recovery hook so you can rescue your buddies without unhooking the trailer. ...
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DV01 | BY DAVID QVICK

Our latest cycle crush is the super stylish DV01, the bike was designed by Swedish designer David Qvick. The contemporary bike is aimed at people who consider a bike to be a convenient means of transportation but also value high aesthetical design. The result is a design perfectly balanced, form and function interact in a successful symbiosis. We love the wooden details David applied on both the handlebar and the rear carry tray. Photos: John Wennerberg...
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