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Fibre Flare

Regular bike lights light up brightly in a one primary direction (uni-directional), and generally work well for traffic approaching from behind you, but what about traffic coming from the side and other angles? Meet Fibre Flare, the worlds first truly omni-directional bike light, it allows cyclists to be seen from all angles and directions rather than just from the front or rear. Available from amazon

Available in Europe here




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BUDNITZ ALPHA

Budnitz, makers of titanium city bicycles, have presented a sleek, entry-level model to their bicycle lineup. The good-looking Budnitz Alpha is made from aluminum, bringing the price down considerably, specially when compared to their other titanium models. The stylish commuter bike features a "FlyLite” aluminum frame, a belt-drive-powered, eight-speed internally-geared hub, internally-routed cables and a carbon fork. A lightweight, quick bike with a distinct stylin...
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PIAGGIO WI-BIKE

Piaggio Wi-Bike is a beautiful contribution from the well known Italian scooter brand to the boiling segment of e-bikes. It brings some cool features to the table along with the mandatory ones nowadays. You get the regular app that enables you to control and manage some key functions such as choosing different power settings, the level of assistance you get from the electric motor, the battery status, monitor its location or even choose a training method, so you get...
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SAMBA XRS ELECTRIC JETSKI | BY SILVEIRA CUSTOMS | Image

SAMBA XRS ELECTRIC JETSKI | BY SILVEIRA CUSTOMS

The samba XRS electric jetski runs on electric power but still provides the same excitment of the gas-powered jetskis, only it eliminates the anoying noise and toxic emissions. Powered by twin direct-drive propulsion pods and a battery system, it can run a top speed of 65 mph. Should be unvailed this summer....
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