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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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HONDA KT600 | BY CLASSIFIED MOTO | Image

HONDA KT600 | BY CLASSIFIED MOTO

New bike rolled out of Classified Moto from the hands of master craftsman John Ryland. There latest creation, a custom 1987 Honda XL600R enduro was commissioned by actress Katee Sackhoff, she gave John Ryland and his team 100% creative freedom. The bike is a mix of parts from various bikes, front end from a Kawasaki ZX6-R, back end from a 2006 Triumph Sprint...the end result is absolutely stunning. source Also check out these other creations by Classified Mot...
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SAY POWER CARBON TENDER | Image

SAY POWER CARBON TENDER

SAY (Sven Akermann Yachts) is a young, successful German company that has set itself the goal to develop and build spectacular yachts and boats that are unique in design, materials and workmanship. The SAY Power featured here, is a small carbon tender for lake and sea, due to it´s lightweight construction, the boat operates economically and environmentally friendly. The boat features a Weber Jet 140hp engine and has a maximum speed of 35 knots....
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GEEKHOUSE WOODVILLE TOURING BIKE | Image

GEEKHOUSE WOODVILLE TOURING BIKE

John "Probably" Watson is the author of the popular bike culture blog "Prolly is Not Probably", he takes is adventure cycling very seriously. This is his ride, built to order by Boston’s Geekhouse Bikes. You can also make this machine your own at Geekhouse Bikes, you can build on the Woodville Touring frame choosing near limitless options, from mounts fenders, racks, water bottles, braking options... You can follow John´s wonderful adventures on...
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