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Pecker Bike Grips

Pecker Bike Grips are beautifully carved in wood, the most sustainable alternative to synthetic bike grips. The wood is treated with natural resin hard oil to protect it from water, heat and dirt, but still keeping its appealing natural structure. The grips are made by Pecker Design and are available for purchase at myownbike



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DTV SHREDDER | ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE | Image

DTV SHREDDER | ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLE

This all-terrain vehicle is called the DTV Shredder, because itīs a dual tracked vehicle, and it shreds any surface you can think of! DTVīs CEO says itīs a "mini tank that rides like a skateboard”, and we do think thatīs quite the accurate description for it, it can go up to speeds like 25 mph (40kmh), and thatīs fast on a small thing like this! With 6-point articulating suspension, cast aluminum swing arms, variable speed, CVT system and the original two paddle sty...
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KNOG OI BELL

The Oi Bell by Knog is a minimalist and high quality built bike bell. Itīs meant to discretely blend on to the handlebar in a subtle way. Made from high end materials, you may choose your own style from copper, aluminum, brass or even a pricy but stylish titanium one. The sound it produces is very audible and may very well keep you safe and out of traffic trouble. It also comes in two different sizes to best fit your bike. An interesting add-on after market item tha...
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MAESTRO CUSTOM BICYCLES

Cicli Maestro are a custom bike online shop, they are based in Milan, Italy. They combine their love for bicycles and great craftsmanship experience to produce unique and authentic bicycles at a reasonable price. You can design your own customized bike on their website, the bikes are handbuilt in Italy and feature details such as the famous vintage Brooks leather saddles....
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