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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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CUSTOM BUILT CLUB BLACK #02 MOTORCYCLE | BY WRENCHMONKEES | Image

CUSTOM BUILT CLUB BLACK #02 MOTORCYCLE | BY WRENCHMONKEES

This is a custom built bike by Wrenchmonkees they are a Copenhagen based custom bike shop, their work has have been featured in various publications, museums, and exhibits. The bike featured here is named Club Black #02, itīs a custom built Harley Davidson Sportster. Check out their website for other amazing looking bikes....
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WOOT BIKES

Our latest bike crush comes from Holland, Woot Bikes make awesome fixed gear bikes with a minimalist design, leather saddles and classy wooden handlebars. The stylish, lightweight bikes are made from cromoly aircraft-grade alloy metal and are equipped with a flip-flop hub allowing the rider to choose from either freewheel or fixed. Check out their website for more details on the eye-catcher bike and how to order....
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TRAC-GRABBER

We love simple yet effective solutions, and Trac-Grabber ticks all the boxes. Trac-Grabber is a new revolutionary and inexpensive device that gets you unstuck from a sketchy situation, whether it be in snow, mud, sand or something else. It is is quickly and easily strapped to the drive wheels of a vehicle, and enables it to get unstuck quickly under its own power. A high quality and inexpensive product that simply and effectively enables a single person to get a veh...
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