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Gocycle

The Gocycle combines style and a cheap price with the possibility of working with the pedals or an non pollutent engine. Designed by Richard Thorpe, founder of Karbon Kinetics Limited, this cycle still has (among many other things) 3 speeds and can be stored in a 65x54x26cm box. Gocycle is definitely the bike of the 21st century and will be available in white.



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ANYTHING SCOUT NEMO TRUCK | Image

ANYTHING SCOUT NEMO TRUCK

The "International Harvester Scout" is one of the most desirable trucks from the 1970s, it was the first true Sport Utility Vehicle. But, although they are undoubtedly great-looking vehicles on the outside, they weren’t exactly built to last, and what lied under the hood left much to be desired. NEMO Equipment founder Cam Brensinger commissioned the best Scout shop in the country - "Anything Scout” (an outfit that’s been restoring these vehicles since 2013) to work ...
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FIXIE PORTEUR | BY FAST BOY CYCLES | Image

FIXIE PORTEUR | BY FAST BOY CYCLES

Fixie Porter is another great custom by Ezra of "Fast Boy Cycles", we recently showed you one of his very popular commissioned customs, the TF5 Cycle. Ezra also works on projects of his own, he will sell these bikes trough is website and proceeds will fund his next project bike. This classic porteur is the first project bike available, and is ready to ship for $3250....
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THE NATURAL | BY THE TARANTULAS | Image

THE NATURAL | BY THE TARANTULAS

The Tarantulas is a custom bike studio in NE Portland, they are a group of friends that specialize in building Cafe Motorcycles. They have built some sweet bikes, we have featured the "Smooth Criminal" a stunning custom Honda CB350. Today we feature another of their creations, a 1976 Honda CB750F SS, named "The Natural" , the bike was striped of all the useless crap, the result is a bike that is "Natural”. Brushed metal, gum rubber and leather looking vinyl were use...
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