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Polar Plug

Keeping your hands warm in winter is one of the endless battles in cycling. Thankfully there is a new product on Kickstarter that will make you lose those bulky gloves while biking in cold weather. Polar Plugs fit into the two ends of the handlebars, in place of the existing plugs, and with the push of a button, they will heat up to 40 Degrees Celsius (104 Degrees Fahrenheit)! The Polar Plugs are designed to fit all major manufactured bicycles, charge via USB, and are good for 5 hours on a 2-hour charge.



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MARCH 2018 BIKE COMMUTER GEAR | Image

MARCH 2018 BIKE COMMUTER GEAR

Once again we have rounded up some more gear for a better bike commute. Today we have listed some cool stuff that´ll make the time you spend on the bike even more enjoyable whether you’re riding into the office or not. Check out some of our favorite, bike-centric gadgets below, whether you’re a hardcore cyclist or just getting off training wheels, we have listed some awesome products that’ll make your journey to work that bit easier....
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Bentley Continental GT Rally Edition

An off-road Bentley! We love this, partially because its just cool looking and partially because it drives automotive purists up the wall. This wild, modified Continental GT you see here was built for National Geographic’s Supercar Megabuild TV series and was recently listed for sale on eBay. This four-wheel-drive battle-car has $32,500 worth of upgrades and is fully drivable on the road, it has a 6.0-liter W12 engine with loads of torque, eight Quantum Racing adj...
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ZONDA 42 YACHT

We have already you shown you the stunning Frauscher Motoryacht, now from Brasil yachtmakers Zonda comes this awesome machine. The boat accelerates from 0 to 20 knots in less than 9 seconds and reaches a speed exceeding 50 miles p/h. The idea came at the hands of businessman Eduardo Souza Ramos, who inspired modern Italian Wally boats, he then hired the internationally renowned boat designer Javier Soto Acebal....
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