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Mixie Urban Commuter Bike

Mixie Urban Commuter Bike is small, lightweight and easy to tuck away in the small spaces of a cramped apartment. The bike is part fixed-gear, part Urban commuter, part BMX. It weighs under 33lbs, thanks to the light 20" high tensile steel frame, making it easy to store and lug around.



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FIIK SKATEBOARDS

The "FiiK" is an electric skateboard unlike any other model you may have seen. It has a motor that can reach 35 km/h plus travel routes very well out of town as in fields, for example. This is not the first electric skateboard in the world but itīs the most impressive and best of them by having three different speeds, the ABS brakes are electronically controlled by a control that is in the hands of the skater (you accelerate and brake through the device)....
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BICYCLE SHOCK ABSORBER

Annoying bumps and vibrations plague all cyclists, the Rinsten Spring is a revolutionary bicycle shock absorber that offers the rider unbeaten comfort during cycling. The innovative solution is basically a shock-absorbing seat post that easily installs under the seat of practically any bicycle and absorbs shocks in three dimensions. The clever system damps vertical impacts and vibrations and adjusts to pelvis bending during cycling, this allows you to apply less eff...
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DV01 | BY DAVID QVICK

Our latest cycle crush is the super stylish DV01, the bike was designed by Swedish designer David Qvick. The contemporary bike is aimed at people who consider a bike to be a convenient means of transportation but also value high aesthetical design. The result is a design perfectly balanced, form and function interact in a successful symbiosis. We love the wooden details David applied on both the handlebar and the rear carry tray. Photos: John Wennerberg...
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