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Growler City Bicycle

The Growler City Bike is a concept by industrial designer Joey Ruiter. He took a Growler from a local pub and set out to build a bike around it, with a cafe racer style. The bike features fat 29 inch tires, monarch springer front end, 2 speed internal kickback hub, disc brakes, and a drink holder allowing the rider to transport a half gallon jug of beer. via



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BLINKER GRIPS

The multiple award winning BlinkerGrips are innovative bicycle grips for active road safety. They feature integrated LEDs that are activated by pressing a button on the grip itself, the LED will flash for about 15 seconds when turning corners and will then turn off automatically. BlinkerGrips also incorporate a steady light function for enhancing your visibility as well as broadening your own angle of vision. watch the video BlinkerGrips are available in ...
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DUCATI FLAT RED 2 | BY JVB-MOTO

Our Friday custom motorbike crush comes from Germany´s JVB-Moto, the spectacular Flat Red II is based on a Ducati Monster 1100 and sports an aluminum tank with a carbon cover. The bike was striped to its essentials and weighs only 330 pounds, but packing a cool 100 bhp, thanks to an impressive dual custom exhaust. More photos after the jump...
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1965 MANX DUNE BUGGY

The iconic Meyers Manx Dune Buggy was designed initially for desert racing by boat builder and surfer Bruce Meyers back in 1964. It quickly became popular for dominating dune racing in its time, and was eventually also released in a street-oriented model. At the time, as other firms rushed to replicate the design and layout, hundreds of thousands of Manx-style buggies soon flooded the market. In total, only approximately 7,000 original Manx dune buggies were produce...
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