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Flat Free Bicycle Tires

Never deal with flat tires on your bicycle again! The innovative Nexo and Ever Tires allow you to pedal forever without the fear of a flat. No air, no liners, just genius design. The airless tire promises to deliver a smooth ride that rivals an inflated tire, and, it is expected to last for up to 5,000 miles as compared to approximately 3,000 miles for a standard high-end rubber bicycle tire. Two styles are available, the "Ever Tires" - with a series of holes that have been engineered to offer exceptional control and outstanding durability, and the "Nexo Tires" - attach them to your existing rims, and they look like your regular road tire, except you´ll never seem them go flat. watch the video below

Learn more from Ever Tires or pre-order now from Kickstarter




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Auto Fabrica BMW R80 | Image

Auto Fabrica BMW R80

If something works out well, why not do it again? After huge success with their stunning "Type10” BWR80 conversion, Auto Fabrica took the same formula and applied it to this new build. The "Type 10A” BMW R80 had no radical change in the approach, only a few twists here and there. They designed the subframe narrower in favor of a sportier silhouette, and the originally arched support tubes have been replaced by straight lines. The original tank has been preserved (ev...
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CUSTOM SUPER CUB RACER | Image

CUSTOM SUPER CUB RACER

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BIKE DESIGN PROJECT | BY OREGON MANIFEST | Image

BIKE DESIGN PROJECT | BY OREGON MANIFEST

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