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Frame Mounted U-lock Holster

Remember the U-Lock holster we featured recently? Another great and stylish solution for carrying your U-Lock was developed by one of our favorite leather crafters, Walnut Studiolo. The stylish Frame Mounted U-Lock Holster is a convenient way to carry your U-Lock, it keeps it tightly secured and rattle-free. Available in several colors. You can buy it from their website or from their Etsy online store.

Also by Walnut Studiolo check out:
6 Pack Holder | Seat Barrel Bag | Bicycle Frame Handle




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1991 Mercedes-Benz 250 GD | Image

1991 Mercedes-Benz 250 GD

Among our favorite SUV´s there is always a place for the G-Class. Up for auction, is this unique Mercedes-Benz 250 GD from 1991, a great looking beast with a army green and black color scheme. This Mercedes-Benz G-Class, sometimes called G-Wagen, will be up for grabs through RM Sotheby’s at the upcoming Fort Lauderdale 2018 event (April 6th). Build specs are yet to be released, but it does look like it is in mint condition and excellent mechanical shape. While the 2...
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2012 SAVAGE RIVALE ROADYACHT GTS | Image

2012 SAVAGE RIVALE ROADYACHT GTS

Dutch car manufacturer Savage Rivale will be producing the first four-door convertible supercar. With a 670 HP V8 engine under the hood, the Rivale Roadyacht GTS will be capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds, while top speed goes up to an impressive 205 mph. Savage Rivale’s Roadyacht GTS is one of the most exclusive vehicles in the world, only 20 units will be available in three colors. Watch the video photos by Christian Kalse...
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2019 TRIUMPH STREET SCRAMBLER | Image

2019 TRIUMPH STREET SCRAMBLER

After being introduced just two years ago, the Triumph Street Scrambler gets a serious makeover for 2019 without ruining the magic. For the new model, Triumph tweaks the looks, while adding a much bigger boom to performance, a handful of technology upgrades, and a pinch of style changes. It now features a 900cc twin Bonneville engine for more power (7,500 rpm, and 65hp), new Brembo brakes as standard, Road and Rain riding modes,  switchable ABS, a new logo, rev...
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